Showing posts from July, 2018

Bill Viola launches experimental art game to explore a spiritual journey

The woman who dedicated her life to uncovering the female artists of the Italian Renaissance

President of Maldives orders resort to remove underwater ‘idols’


Haredi-Made: inside the only gallery in an ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood

Mural art paintings from Kerala on display in the city

Cave survivors becoming Buddhist novices and monks

A UK judge rules that a $13 million Giotto cannot be exported anywhere—but home to Italy

Berlin’s Museum of Islamic Art receives $10 million donation from Saudi prince

Artist Vincent Valdez made a painting so provocative this Texas museum waited a year to unveil it. Now it’s a national sensation.

How a female-led art restoration movement in Florence is reshaping the canon

New York State provides $100,000 in funding for Buffalo Religious Arts Center

An artist painted on the American flag. The governor of Kansas wants her work destroyed.

Art chapels: 8 divine masterpieces from Matisse to James Turrell

Collectors Gary and Denise Gardner championing Black artists

‘God is Trans’: A bold new exhibit in Brooklyn shaking up the art world

In his ‘Last Supper,’ Leonardo da Vinci puts linear perspective, then a relatively new pictorial device, to spiritual ends.

Tibet’s embattled Buddhist academy finds resurrection at New York exhibit

Sacred noise of Bacon, Fontana, Warhol, Hirst and Cattelan, now closed at Christie's

Texas museum buys 'The City' painting about racism in America by Latino artist Vincent Valdez


The meaning of monsoon clouds in Hindu imagination

Taj Mahal at center of efforts to erase India’s Muslim heritage

The great plundering of Buddhist temples in Nepal

Jewish temple in Grand Rapids is filled with art honors creation, preservation

After 17 years, James Turrell’s Brisbane work is realized in Australia

Sister Corita Kent — God's own Pop artist | Christie's

He spoke out during the AIDS Crisis. See why his art still matters.

Design for Charleston attack memorial draws on pain, strength and forgiveness

Texas museum unveils racially provocative painting today after two-years of planning

Museum of the Bible Unveils Newest Exhibition ‘Sacred Drama: Performing the Bible in Renaissance Florence’

Jerusalem and Rome, an exhibition on first century cultures at the Museum of the Bible


Pure Land Buddhism and the art of photography

How Indian museums can harness power of technology for art authenticity

Art exhibit highlighted increasing invisibility of women in Jewish media

The strange and mysterious role of the monster in the Middle Ages is the subject of new Morgan exhibition

Artist Anila Quayyum Agha's work is back on display in Cincinnati

A new type of museum for an age of migration

Artist and collector Lee Quiñones brings street art to his living room

J. Paul Getty Museum announces landmark acquisition of a Medieval Hebrew manuscript

Indiana judge rules against church seeking to offer marijuana as holy sacrament

Ethiopian Enterprise: Artists build a future in Addis Ababa and beyond

The story behind this photo of Stormy Daniels as the Virgin Mary

Opponents protest Ark Encounter on its two-year anniversary

A look at the meditative works of Saudi artist Lulwah Al Homoud


The transformative nature of the photographs of Diane Arbus

Collector Michael Finn's obsession with saviors in capes and tights