Showing posts from February, 2019

Interview: Todd Von Ammon, New York, United States

Methodist Church Could Suspend Clergy Who Officiate a Same-Sex Marriage

Krannert Art Museum Hosts Exhibition Displaying Indian Art

A look at Nepal’s Oldest Illuminated Manuscript at the Cambridge University Library

Exhibition Featuring Rare Artwork From Japan on Display at the Cleveland Museum of Art

Is The Renaissance Nude Religious or Erotic?


Schomburg Acquires James Baldwin Archive, Including Letters to Beauford Delaney Who Painted Many Portraits of the Writer

4 of the Greatest Treasures of Christian Art in the Cloisters in New York

Key West 2019: Pool to Urgent Care

A Painted Crucifix from Pisa

Why James Baldwin Is This Century’s Essential Voice, Too

Brooklyn Museum's Detective Work Reveals Original Owners of African Mask

Why Norman Rockwell Matters

Two Lives in Art, and a Collection Tracing Their Trajectory

Theaster Gates on how his new show was inspired by the eviction of 45 people from an island in Maine

How You Move a Priceless 1.5-Ton Buddha Across Continents

Bill Viola / Michelangelo: Life Death Rebirth Review – An Uneasy Dialogue

‪Church of God of Prophecy, 815 Elizabeth Street, Key West‬

Dia Al-Azzawi: ‘I Felt I Was More Connected In a Way With Arab Art’

‘These Works Demand You to Confront Them’: How Artist Kevin Beasley Transforms Cotton Into Social Commentary

Gandhi’s Call for Self-Reliance is Infused With Meaning at Calligraphy Exhibit

Lola Fraknoi Retrospective Shows a Life Devoted to Art and Elders

In Mosul Exhibition, Iraqi Artists Process Brutal Rule of Islamic State

American Airlines from Miami to Key West

The Desert X Biennial Opens in the Coachella Valley With Art Scattered Across 55 Miles


Gordon Parks Foundation Awards Fellowships to Guadalupe Rosales, Hank Willis Thomas

India's Compass For Navigating Contemporary Art

Bill Viola: The Road to St Paul’s — Can Video Art Rise to Sacred Surroundings?

Berlin Memorial to Gay Victims of the Holocaust Vandalized for Second Time

Top Five Museum Acquisitions of the Month

After 24 Years, Scholar Completes 3,000-Page Translation Of The Hebrew Bible

An Italian Scholar Says He Has Identified Leonardo da Vinci’s Only Known Sculpture. Others Are Skeptical

The Story of Chaney Lively for Indianapolis Black History Month

'Love Poems For Married People' Will Help Spice Things Up In The— Zzzzz

Are Female Old Masters an Untapped Market or a Marketing Ploy? Experts Are Divided, But Buyers Don’t Seem to Care

Commentary: What Are Muslim Prayer Rugs?

Dallas Museum of Art Announces 2018 Acquisition And Program Highlights

PACE Gallery Artist Wang Guangle Works Are Spiritual Passageways

Spanish Art Dealer Returns Carved Stones From a Nabatean Temple to Jordan

Protesters Object to Display of Looted Objects at Israel’s Bible Lands Museum

Art World Steven Spielberg Is Planning a Film Shoot Six Miles From Stonehenge—But Conservationists Are Worried About Damaging the Site

Islam and the Art of the Cross, Evan Kuehn Reviews Navid Kermani

Artist’s Exploration of Cultural and Social Polarities Continues in Texas

Museum of the Bible Has Jumped the Ark

The Arts Council of Indianapolis Hires a New President & CEO

David Rockefeller’s Gift to Museum of Modern Art Tops $228 Million

Examining the Underbelly of US Culture: Gun Violence, White Supremacy, and Greed


To Divinity And Beyond: Questions Over Ukraine Space Church's Future

What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week: Shaker Dancing