Showing posts from March, 2018

Holy Week - On Saturday, Jesus lay in his tomb

Francisco De Zurbarán at The Frick Collection is perfect viewing for both Christians and Jews this week

Holy Week - On Friday, Jesus died

How art can deepen our experience of Lent and Holy Week

The world's most popular exhibition? Ancient sculptures in Tokyo versus Modern masters in Paris

“Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert,” airs Easter Sunday at 8 p.m. on NBC.

Holy Week - On Thursday, Jesus ate the Last Supper with his disciples

Holy Week - On Wednesday, Judas takes bribe to betray Jesus

To upend perceptions of race, Aida Muluneh explores face-painting traditions and masks

Holy Week - On Tuesday, Jesus was questioned by the Jewish leaders

Bourbon & Ark Encounter boosted NKY tourism to record-breaking year

Holy Week - On Monday, Jesus was angered in the temple


Exhibition in Mumbai showcases Thangka religious art by Buddhist masters from Bhutan

Trump inauguration Bible heads to museum

MOCA’s new Project Atrium cast light and shadow on charcoal grey walls

The vulnerable oil paintings of Washington state's Aleah Chapin

Exhibition of art from India''s indigenous communities in Canada through March 25

Theological center in Atlanta welcomes artist Gilbert Young as artist-in-residence

A billionaire businessman raises the bar in collecting and philanthropy

In NYC today, ‘Jacob and His Twelve Sons’: Zurbarán’s Biblical all-stars

Unusual Purim Art

Controversial crucified Stormtrooper art relocated at London church


Purdue Galleries presents Ethiopian photographer Aïda Muluneh

Last chance to see Veronese in Murano at the Frick Collection

London mosques get listed status celebrating Muslim heritage

Greek painter, Angelos Panagiotou to have retrospective in London

Young Collector, Tiffany Zabludowicz continues the family tradition in SoHo

Bringing the Sistine Chapel to life, with the Vatican’s blessing

Christian Levett’s art collection on show at King’s College London

A LACMA exhibit, now in its final days, reveals the artistic achievement in Catholic New Spain


Amid NYC's chaos, finding calm at the Rubin Museum of Art

From teacher to collector, Atlanta woman is keeper of black culture

Museum of the Bible welcomes author & television host Kathie Lee Gifford

Overlooked no more: Belkis Ayón, a Cuban printmaker inspired by a secret male society

Major painting by Bartolomé Pérez de la Dehesa identified at Hearst Castle

Muslim leader encourages fellow Muslims to visit Museum of the Bible

Attendance to Museum of the Bible rises above expectations three months after opening

British-Ghanaian architect will erect a monumental modern cathedral in Ghana

An amateur art historian may have found a rare Raphael print in a rural Virginia church

'Living With Gods' at the British Museum

Historic Yemen town fights to survive as war closes in

Soft power and contemporary art: Vatican Museums director on fulfilling Pope Francis's vision

Sotheby's to offer the only painting by Mahmoud Saïd depicting biblical figures to ever appear at auction

Mary Magdalene movie review – toothless attempt to overturn Sunday school myths

Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth to showcase artwork from Asia