Showing posts from December, 2018

eL Seed Brings His Brand of Contemporary Calligraphy to London

Thanks for 2018: The Personal Photos We Loved


Brickmaker Moves Out of Construction And Into Old Masters Investment, Buying a $75m Michelangelo Painting

A Collector Who Grew Up With Art Now Fosters Its Makers

Critics Pick: An Art of Faith, Facts and Miracles in Manhattan

Why Jesus and Mary Always Wear Red and Blue in Art History

Islamic tradition-inspired Jameel Prize art exhibition to tour Dubai for first time in 2019

The Young Firebrands of Indian Modernism

‘Echoes’ Of Dutch Anti-Semitism, Then And Now

Southeast Asian Illuminated Manuscripts

His Passion Emerges Annually. He Hangs It on a Tree. Or Three.

God’s Strange Army of Artsy Folks

What Does the Reopening of the National Museum of Damascus Mean for Syria?

Op-Ed | Staying Catholic at Christmas: A Gospel reading for the scandal in the church

Apollo Magazine's Artist of the Year: John Akomfrah

Advent - Week Four: Reflections on joy inspired by the art of Justin Dingwall


Rubin Museum exhibition illustrates how Tibetan Buddhism empowered politics

How a new 'Angie's List' for arts education could help Indianapolis schools

Classical Music Indy promotes Indy Arts Education

Cultural collision and cuteness abound in Jiha Moon’s solo show

Advent is actually quite political

37 tombstones desecrated at Jewish cemetery in France

The beauty of Islamic canvas art

Seeing the divine: Pahari painting of North India at Metropolitan Museum

Black collectors cultivated an art habit and romance at museum

7 David LaChapelle photographs that reframe religious imagery

Advent - Week Three: Reflections on love inspired by the art of Justin Dingwall


Collector Alice Kandell enshrines Tibetan Buddhist artifacts at home

Dear Mormons, just get over yourselves with this “Deadpool” protest

"Visitation" by Mannerist painter, Pontormo visits the U.S.

Late artist's work steeped in peace, healing, 'common ground'

Nilima Sheikh talks of art, authorship, authenticity

A spiritual light shines through the art of Charles Burchfield at Gustavus

Launching a new web tool for arts education

Indianapolis Arts Council launches new arts education website

Tintoretto’s drawings fizz with energy and invention at the Morgan

The women taking charge in the Gulf's rising art scene

New ways of seeing Andy Warhol

Seeing the human side of Jesus in Donatello’s crucifixes

Advent - Week Two: Reflections on peace inspired by the art of Justin Dingwall


Once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of masterpieces by Peter Paul Rubens comes to Toronto next fall

World of art rises for flood-hit Kerala

Ancient magic of Tibetan thangka continues to flourish

The Best Artworks at Untitled Art, Miami Beach 2018 this weekend

Worshipping sticks and stones at L.A.'s Anat Ebgi gallery

Pope urges charity when churches are sold, reused