Showing posts from October, 2019

Rising Art Star Naudline Pierre’s Religious Upbringing Informs Her Ecstatic, Spiritual Canvases—See Them Here

When You’re Palestinian, American and Jewish, Life — Like Your Art — Is Complicated

Old Masters, Who Never Met, in Conversation

For Collector Lois Robbins, Instinct is a Powerful Force in Acting, and Buying Art

Leonardo da Vinci, Maestro of Change, Shines at the Louvre

‘Harriet’ Review: Harriet Tubman Gets A Superhero Origin Story In Formulaic But Compelling Biopic


Ohio Museum Exhibit Explores Inclusion, Barriers

Patrick McGrath Muñíz's "Francis Co." Opening Oct. 25

'Revelation': Religion, Spirituality and Family Run Deep in Andy Warhol's Art

Lucian Freud’s Self Portraits: But What Do They Mean?

De Buck Gallery ‘The Night Light Fell from the Sky’ Exhibition of Works by Stephen Towns

The Misplaced Outrage Over Damien Hirst’s Dead Butterflies

Did the Psalms Inspire Velásquez’s Crucified Christ?

Loose, Flowing Hair is a Symbol of Penitence in Christian Art

These Collectors Feed the Soul With Art and the Artists With Persian Delights

Bill Viola at La Pedrera - Casa Milà Through January 5, 2020

RELIGIOUS ART | ARTIST OF YEAR: Finalists for Artist of Year 2019

Caravaggio, Bernini, Guido Reni, and Artemisia Gentileschi at Kunsthistorisches Museum

Nick Cave I the Most Joyful, and Critical, Artist in America

Sotheby’s to Put Arts of the Islamic World on Auction

Hindu Jain temple Will Burn a Demon Effigy to Celebrate Dussehra

Toledo Museum of Art Illuminates a World Between Light and Dark

Hassan Hajjaj Turns Moroccan Clichés Into London Cool

Israeli Photographer Adi Nes Peels the Onion of Judaism With Homoeroticism

NYTimes Style Magazine 2019 Greats

In DC's ‘Verrocchio,’ Leonardo’s Master Is the Star

Celebrating His 150th Birthday: Artists Show The Many Faces of Gandhi

El Greco at Grand Palais, Paris - Oct 16, 2019 - Feb 10, 2020


Terrence Malick, A Hidden Life and Christianity – /Film

The Art of Blending with Shivan & Narresh

Something in the Stars? Art World Goes Spiritual

Sandoval Asks What Would Jesus Do in a Cage? Send Her Back?

Newark Museum Hosting Zen, Other Buddhist Treasures in New Exhibit

Carol Kunstadt's "Sacred Poem LXXIX" Coming to Rhode Island's Hera Gallery

Contemporary Artist Creates a Full-Visual Interpretation of John’s Apocalypse in Tapestry

A $6.5M Cimabue Painting Has Been Chilling in a French Woman's Kitchen for Decades

Decolonizing Western Narratives of Modern Art

Barnaby Barford: Not just 🍎🍎🍎🍎

Patty Wickman's Mesmerizing Art on View at Bergamot Station

New Book: Inspiring Generosity and Faith: The Art of Albrecht Dürer and Rembrandt van Rijn


Collecting to Explore ‘Origin, Culture, Form, Function and Race’

Getty Acquires a Bronzino, Now One of the Museum's 'Greatest'

A Contemporary Approach to Religious Symbols