Showing posts from April, 2018

Sacred art of the Spanish Andes at Virginia's Chrysler Museum


‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 2, Episodes 1 and 2: The Limits of Mercy

Movie Review: The flesh is willing in ‘Disobedience’

Photographer Andy Richter contemplates yoga around the world

George Bernard Shaw's "Saint Joan," starring Condola Rashad, opens on Broadway

Movie Review: In ‘The Judge,’ a Middle Eastern trailblazer upholds women’s rights

Movie Review: In ‘Come Sunday,’ Chiwetel Ejiofor plays a doubting bishop

In Berlin, a show of solidarity does little to dampen Jewish fears

Opinion: Ghana deserves this cathedral. Don’t fight it.

Outstanding result for the only recorded Qur'an Palimpsest copied on an earlier Coptic Bible

New book explores the Chester Beatty Library's 16th-century Ruzbihan Qur'an

A lynching memorial for America opens in Alabama

Chinese opera in Thailand, performs for the Gods, not for people

LACMA announces 10 new acquisitions during 32nd Annual Collectors Committee

Penn Museum opens new Middle East Galleries

Iraq to rebuild iconic Mosul mosque destroyed in IS fight

Ark Encounter’s latest attendance numbers are Ken Ham’s nightmare

Today, you can see the NC Museum of Art's new 'You Are Here' exhibit for free


Study: People are less religious in places with more government

Where 12th-century graffiti meets contemporary abstract art

‘Who Art Thou?’ Exploring Judaism through art at Greenport Synagogue

8 contemporary stained glass artists redefining the ancient craft

21c Oklahoma City Presents 'Pop Stars! Popular Culture And Contemporary Art'

Dancing with the divine feminine in NYC

Indiana Landmarks seeks to pair art groups, religious buildings

Exhibition of new work by street artist Mr Brainwash opens at Maddox Gallery, London

Why the Resurrection rarely features in Christian art

Sex and spirituality: Stanley Spencer’s ‘visions’ return to Cookham

Call for Artists: Visions: Jewish, Art & Social Change Retreat

Bosnian Kilims from the Collection of the National Museum of BiH


Story of Mexican art in Chicago is the story of Chicago art

Museum of the Bible's Adornment exhibit opens at Ohio's Ashland University

A collector follows his nose through the maze of modern srt

CEO for Museum of the Bible is leaving to return to retirement

Takashi Murakami's work goes on display as part of a group show at Foundation Louis Vuitton in Paris

Tyeb Mehta’s art to headline Sotheby’s first India sale

Researchers find that the Holocaust is fading from memory in America

Auction preview: Islamic and Indian art at Rosebery's auction house in UK

New cliff carvings discovered in eastern Tibet; give glimpse into ancient Buddhist art

Judaism and art intersect as meta-language in Ruth Feldman's "Counting the Omer"

Oppression, religion and art ties at Bechtler Museum of Modern Art

TV Review: Jesus’ female disciples: The new evidence – a timely new take on the ultimate boys’ club

Katonah Museum of Art presents contemporary legacy of Islamic Art

Sculptor Arnaud Nazare-Aga talks about his quest to spread happiness

How to determine the value of conceptual art? |

Exhibition at Asian Civilisations Museum showcases over 140 works from Angkor