Showing posts from October, 2018

Museums and the art market are finally giving Charles White his due

'A soaring miracle of art' – Albukhary Gallery of the Islamic World review

Exhibition presents 11 commissioned portraits of people Kehinde Wiley met during a 2017 visit to St. Louis

The Museum of Russian Icons opens the first exhibition in more than 50 years of a lost masterpiece

Collectors: Ann Ziff loves a good Aria. And Eskimo goggles

The Museum of the Bible removes five of its Dead Sea Scrolls from view after researchers prove they’re fake

Memory fuels art and activism in Mark Bradford's 'Tomorrow Is Another Day'

For two architects, the art they own is entwined with their lives


Europe’s largest museums will loan looted Benin bronzes to Nigeria’s planned Royal Museum

Fighting racism with our spiritual roots in California's Bay area

Michael Bloomberg thinks midsize arts nonprofits can change American cities, and he's spending over $100 million to prove It

A painter examines Matthew Shepard's murder motived by hate, 20 years later

Their land defiled, forest people swap flower worship for Quran and concrete

Spiritual sparks helped inspire the radical and visionary art of Hilma af Klint

Brazil enthralls with an art show of Afro-Atlantic history

The decline in our spiritual vocabulary has many real-world consequences


Is all art sacred art? In a prose meditation, one poet makes the case

At the Met Museum, the Grand Enigmas of Delacroix

3 things Catholics should learn from the Met’s ‘Heavenly Bodies’ exhibit

UK supreme court backs bakery that refused to make gay marriage cake

What the debate over religious freedom and LGBT rights means in Indiana

Mumbai artist’s ‘Menstruating Durga’ hurts religious sentiments, but has its supporters

Walter Isaacson reveals the secrets of history’s greatest genius in Leonardo da Vinci—now in paperback.

Sacred art stolen from Yucatecan churches

Books: Belief is back: why the world is putting its faith in religion

In Paris, a celebration of Caravaggio’s Roman days

Call for artists, Encyclical Exhibition, 2019

ArtPrize names winners for 2018

African American artists are more visible than ever. So why are museums giving them short shrift?


Here are the artists who have received this year’s MacArthur ‘Genius’ Grants

At Frieze, a woman’s place is everywhere

10 best pieces at Frieze London 2018

David Hockney wouldn’t paint the Queen. But he made her a stained-glass window.

Alpha & Omega Prize winner's new show is "Bulletproof"

Indiana Jane Fortune, the champion of Florence’s female artists, dies at 76

The Frieze Art Fair is going Hollywood