Showing posts from November, 2018

There is an exciting new aesthetic to Islamic art and culture, with talent waiting to be discovered

Rembrandt painting featuring artist's 'fingerprints' to go on sale in London

Empty nesters downsize, but there’s always room for art

The Benin Bronzes are not just virtuoso works of art – they record the kingdom’s history

Springville museum showcases spiritual side of Utah art

New Kehinde Wiley plate set at auction through November 29th

Black collectors, E.T. & Lynn Williams filling their lives with art

Variety and virtuosity – the objets d’art of Luigi Valadier

Online Bible-and-art project launched at cost of $2.5 million

11 advisors resign from a Jewish Museum in London to protest the ‘heartbreaking’ sale of its collection

The shock value of Sarah Lucas still hasn’t worn off

America’s epidemic of 6,000 empty churches


Who was Don Shirley? ‘Green Book’ tries to solve the mystery

For Jewish Israelis of Yemenite heritage, reviving a past

Happy Thanksgiving in a 21st century remake of Norman Rockwell’s ‘Freedom from want’

Collectors Mr. & Mrs. Frist: She prefers art that’s ‘in your face’

Nick Cave on his darkly exquisite new work: ‘Is there racism in heaven?’

Damien Hirst's gigantic uteruses are a bold correction to shocking ignorance

Mohamad Hafez: the artist using artwork to celebrate Syria's past

Aretha Franklin gospel film is finally released, 46 years after it was made

Fourth plinth: a winged bull of syrup is defying Isis


Exhibition at the de Young museum explores Paul Gauguin's inspirations

Detroit Institute of Arts opens newly expanded Asian art galleries

Collector Terrence McNally cherishes the light in art. Until it goes out.

The modern Arab artists who have turned to words

Five new books touch on American Jewish identity and what will sustain it into the future.

Nalini Malani turns to a Greek myth to retell Indian tragedies

Sundaram Tagore Gallery presents "Lalla Essaydi: Truth and Beauty" through December 15, 2018

How a group of gay male ballet dancers Is rethinking masculinity

Louvre Abu Dhabi draws one million people in debut year

Hyde Collection exhibits rare early texts

Nine global artists explore paper in unexpected ways

Critic's Pick: Meet Warhol, again, in this brilliant Whitney show

Five more museums acquire art from Souls Grown Deep Foundation

In search of the real thing: China’s quest to buy back its lost heritage

Value soars for Leonardo da Vinci drawing after ‘Salvator Mundi’

Parrish Art Museum acquires three large-scale paintings by David Salle

Exhibition presents a multicultural perspective on the sensory experience of religious ritual in the ancient world

Sotheby's announces highlights of their November offerings of Latin American Art

Caravaggio’s mark of madness traced in his paintings

Robert Indiana’s estate is auctioning $4 million in art to cover mounting legal fees

In Strange Girls, the mixed-media artist Melissa Stern pokes fun at twisted gender dynamics

Op-Ed: Ark Encounter numbers are strong and getting stronger


In new film, ‘Boy Erased,’ a young man struggles with faith and sexuality