Showing posts from March, 2019

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK - 4th Sunday of Lent

The Music Producer Who Became an Advocate for Artists of Color

New Stanley Spencer Show Marks 60th Anniversary of His Death

Iraqi Modernist Painting to Lead Sotheby's 20th Century Art / Middle East Auction

Sotheby's Announces an Eclectic Offering of Objects From the Prehistory Period to the Present

Paintings by Important Caravaggisti to be Offered at Dorotheum Old Master Paintings Sale

A Conversation With Alec Soth About Art and Doubt

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK - 3rd Sunday of Lent

A Collector Juxtaposes the Erotic and the Familiar

The Essential Black Muslim Reading List

600 Works From the Jewish Museum's Rotating Collection Exhibition

Met Museum Explores Art & Identity in the Ancient Middle East

Seeing the Divine: Pahari Painting of North India in NYC

Met Admission Fees Will Send $2.8 Million to Over 175 Local Cultural Groups

Asia Week New York Celebrates its 10th Anniversary

Updating Norman Rockwell’s ‘Four Freedoms’ for a Modern, Diverse America

A Brooklyn Artist Finds Inspiration, and Refuge, in Puerto Rico

Can Art Help Save the Planet?

Two Art Collectors Who Caught Each Other’s Eye

A 7-Hour, 6-Mile, Round-the-Museum Tour of the Prado

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK - 2nd Sunday of Lent

Nepalese Artist Jyoti Duwadi Thrives on Chance

Persian Collections at Louvre Are Worth the Journey

Using Arts Education to Help Other Lessons Stick

Italy Police Fool Thieves With Brueghel Masterpiece Copy

Comic Book With Jesus as a Character Finds a New Publisher

Diane Burko Exhibit Links Climate Change, Art, Tikkun Olam

An Old Master of Painting Was a Master of Marketing

What Sustains Kalakshetra's Ramayana Series

Peter Chappell on Anni Albers at the Tate Modern

Alec Soth, a Photographer Reborn: 'I Realised Everything is Connected'

Clean House to Survive? Museums Confront Their Crowded Basements

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK - 1st Sunday of Lent

Two Pakistani American Women Reinvent Traditional At With Unconventional Subjects

LACMA Adds Zeng Fanzhi's Untitled (2018) to its Contemporary Chinese Collection

7,000 Years of Art History For Sale at TEFAF MAASTRICHT

Broadway's "Amazing Grace" the Musical Live Returns to Museum of Bible in Wash., DC

Etnia Barcelona Recreates Pieces From Italian Masters


Aretha Franklin's 1972 Gospel Triumph 'Amazing Grace' Coming to Vinyl

Texas Visual Art: Anila Quayyum Agha’s Itinerant Shadows

The Orthodox Jew With a Special Connection With Art

Artful Theology at Fuller Studios

Why Would a Mega-Collector Want a Fair of His Own? We Spent a Rainy Afternoon With Felix Founder Dean Valentine Trying to Find Out