Showing posts from November, 2019

A Collection That Owes Its Existence to a 'Carpe Diem" Event

Who Needs Canvas? In Dakar, Street Artists Express Their Visions on Sides of Homes

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK - Francesco Clemente

Get the Best of Islamic Art at this Exhibition in Abu Dhabi

Jane and Larry Sherman’s Art-Filled Home

Explore India In Francesco Clemente’s Cross-Cultural Journey Through ‘Contradictory Reality’

Is It Time Gauguin Got Canceled?

A Director Asks, Would Jesus Stand With Today’s Migrants?

Art Spreads Light to the Streets of Jerusalem - Works by Chassidic pop artist Yitzchok Moully featured in biennial festival

Painter of transfigured flesh, Chaim Soutine arrives at Ein Harod

Sacred Splendor: Judaica from the Arthur and Gitel Marx Collection | Judaica | Sotheby’s

This Japanese Painter Found the Faith Through Sacred Art

Ancient Stolen Buddha Statues Returned to Afghanistan After 17 Years in UK

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK - Laylah Amatullah Barrayn

An Artist Who Makes Absurdist Paintings in a Former Church

New York Galleries: What to See Right Now

Out of Africa, a Collection and a Dedication to Giving Back

In Conversation with Collector Alejandro Jassan

A German Artist′s Eternal Project for a Jewish Cemetery

Sotheby’s "Boundless India" Sale is November 15 at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel

Why Kanye’s New Spiritual Work Keeps Borrowing From James Turrell

The Ketubah: A Document of Devotion - Part Three

Mat Collishaw's "The End of Innocence" Digital Edition Available at S[edition].com

Andy Warhol-the-Catholic Dreams of God

A Sculpture for Brooklyn's New Golden Age?

Bill Viola's "Impermanence" Exhibition at Borusan Contemporary in Istanbul

Reenacting the Largest Slave Revolt in US History

Dread Scott's Slave Rebellion Rises Again

With a Slave Rebellion Re-Enactment, An Artist Revives Forgotten History

Mexican-Jewish Artist Aliza Nisenbaum on Her Colorful Portraits of 'The Other' in Society

A Rich Imagination: Madhvi Parekh, An Artist For Today

RELIGIOUS ART | NEW OF WEEK - Anila Quayyum Agha

"Growing Up Jewish" Art and Storytelling at Madron Gallery in Chicago

Marc Jacobs: A Collection for All Seasons

There's No Business Like Art Fair Business for Collector Sanford Smith

Saudi Calligrapher Nasser Al-Salem’s Modern Take on Islamic Art

A Collector’s House With Art From the Kitchen to the Garden

Philbrook Museum hosts 'Shadow of Time'

A Dutch Golden Age? That's Only Half the Story

The Violent Passion of Francis Bacon in Tangier at Auction

A Sun God? No, It's a George Condo Creation at The Met

Tefaf Shakes Things Up With Cross-Collecting

Indianapolis-based Jessica Hancock Featured in Artist Talk Magazine

The New ‘Harriet’ Tubman Movie Gives a New Generation a Chance to Honor an American Hero


Zhang Daqian: The Master Exhibition at Sotheby's Hong Kong

Kanye West’s ‘Jesus Is King,’ From the Gospel Perspective

Collector Alain Verzeroli Favorites are Dark but Strangely Beautiful

Alpha & Omega Project for Contemporary Religious Arts Names Artist of Year for 2019: Nick Cave