Showing posts from May, 2018

Flashback to Roman Catholic times and iconoclasm in a red church

Lorenzo Vitturi's "Money Must Be Made" opens in London's Flower's Gallery

South Carolina Baptists to remove their Jesus statue today for being ‘too Catholic'

Turquoise Mountain Foundation produces hand-painted silk Quran in Afghanistan

Robert Indiana, artist at the center of a legal fight, left an estate worth $28 Million

Ohio-Natives Ron and Ann Pizzuti collection requires a warehouse

The most surprising entry in Venice’s Architecture Biennale? The Vatican’s

Upset Hindus urge Swedish firm to withdraw Lord Ganesh bikinis & apologize

Chapel by pioneering sculptor of light Stephen Antonakos

So Long 'Evil Eye': Jerusalem's Islamic Art Museum showcases the 'Hamsa'

Auction buyers are catching on to African-American art

Avatars of the Hindu Gods at Allentown Art Museum


Imagining Catholicism at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

At the Met, a riveting testament to black self-taught artists of the American South

Sambhav Singh Shyam on preserving the originality of Gond art

Tina Havelock Stevens wins Australia's Blake Prize for religious art

Hamsas aren't just for Mizrahi Jews – and a new exhibit proudly displays just that

Inspired by Adam & Eve, and Stations of the Cross, eight UK artists take on Angels

LACMA's Islamic art curator on her ambitious new exhibition on Iran

Beyond Diego and Frida at Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dynastic Buddhist art offers aesthetic choices at Gianguan Auctions

East Village church hosts Gabriel Roman's "Divinity: Queer Icons"

More than 500,000 people have visited the Museum of the Bible in its first 6 months

Robert Indiana, 89, who turned ‘Love’ Into enduring art, is dead

Collector's Kim and Michael McCarty tastes of California, imported to the East coast

Galerie Templon gives Jean Fabre complete curatorial freedom for exhibition in new space


Grand Rapids Art Museum featuring ArtPrize 2014 Grand Prize winner Anila Quayyum Agha

Vatican to exhibit Buddhist manuscript from Thailand

Kota Neelima's latest expo explores the lives of widows of Vidarbha farmers

5 pieces of Arab and Islamic art that were sold for millions

Museum Review: Art for the Soul in ‘Fra Angelico: Heaven on Earth’

Early Christians would have found the Met gala gaudy

Painter Patrick McGrath Muniz explores climate change in ‘Credo’

Middle Eastern art sales: A focus on art from the Middle East

Ramadan Mubarak! - Magazine | Islamic Arts Magazine

US Muslim art, cultural projects receive $2.3M in grants

Polasek Museum hosts new summer exhibit that explores modern Islamic art

Wonder Woman Lynda Carter rules the Met Gala in Hebrew crown

Opinion: How the U.S. Supreme Court embraces religion

The Huntington acquires two Italian Renaissance paintings to complement its "Madonna and Child in Glory"


Riemenschneider: Saintly work in wood on view in North Carolina

A Bible history painting that confronts the presence of black female stereotypes

Photo gallery: ‘You Are Here’ at at North Carolina Museum of Art

Sister Corita Kent: the nun graphic designer who created “radical” protest art

Judaic art attests to the power of art in the service of faith and community

The scene inside the Met Gala an angel, the devil and Kim Kardashian West

A European abstractionist's elusive search for spiritual themes on view in North Carolina