Showing posts from January, 2019

Take Your Child to Work Day Is Every Day for This Collector

Celebrating Black History Month With 23rd Annual Art & Soul

American Alliance of Museums Launches Museum Board Diversity and Inclusion Initiative

In Seattle, Creating Community by Collecting Art and Artists

'Empire' star Jussie Smollett: Attackers yelled, 'This is MAGA country' during beating

Robert Puschautz Recreates Religious Artworks for East Texas Diocese

The Statue of Liberty Hails Satan on New Poster Art [Sundance]

The Chennai Photo Biennale in India Promises to be a Treat

Michelangelo Makes Mincemeat of Soggy Bill Viola – Art Review

Is Bill Viola the True Heir of Michelangelo? A Royal Academy Show Suggests He Is

2 Artists, 500 Years Apart, Asking the Same Spiritual Questions


Art historian studies the makers of medieval India

‘Visions’ Means Visitors at The Albuquerque Museum

Six Artists For Six Decades of Growing In Christ


In New Film, James Baldwin's Art Makes Love a Revolutionary Act

Caravans of Gold, Fragments in Time

King Day 2019 in Cincinnati: 400th Anniversary of Enslaved Africans Brought to Future U.S.

Senegal’s Museum of Black Civilizations Welcomes Some Treasures Home

Karen Pence Teaching Art at Religious School In Virginia

‘Getting into life’: Sister Louisa’s Church Aims to Create a Positive Night Out

Westminster Abbey’s Hidden Gallery Is Open For The First Time In 700 Years

Israeli Museum Under Fire Over 'McJesus' Exhibit

In an Ancient Nun’s Teeth, Blue Paint — and Clues to Medieval Publishing

LA's Andrew Jones Auctions Kicks Off The New Year With Sale That Includes Over 500 Lots


Wang Gongyi's First Solo Exhibition In New York City

Theatre Review: Raising a Joyful New Voice in Tarell Alvin McCraney’s ‘Choir Boy’

Sotheby's Old Masters Action Online Coming on February 4, 2019

Rembrandt’s Great Jewish Painting

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Exhibition Focuses on Shrines Across Japan

2000-Year-Old Buddha Statue from Pakistan on Loan to Swiss Museum

In “Congo Tales,” a new book about the people in the second-largest tropical forest in the world

Religious art takes centre stage at Valletta exhibition

A&O Road-Trip - Saint Louis, MO, January 19 & 20, 2019

Lalla Essaydi, Truth and Beauty at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Singapore

The Angel Project is a touring exhibition featuring imaginative work by UK artists

Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts Hosts Exhibition of Buddhist Art

Vibrant reboot freshens Northern European galleries at Cleveland Museum of Art

Priyanka Chopra Shares 'The Simpsons' Makeover Art of Her Wedding to Nick Jonas

Sotheby's Master Paintings Evening Sale Coming on January 30th


In 25 years, Museum of Contemporary Religious Art hasn't shied from risks

How Mantegna and Bellini reshaped the Renaissance

Restoration For Early Renaissance Pulpit Will Get Big-Screen Treatment

2019 Resolutions: Trying It Again

‘Bruegel: The Hand of the Master’ Makes Its Debut in Vienna