Showing posts from January, 2020

How Contemporary Artist Louis Carreon Defines Religious Iconography

Up Close, There’s More to the Ghent Altarpiece Than the Lamb

Anila Quayyum Agha Installation to Transform Chicago Area Mall Entrance

The Survivor of Auschwitz Who Painted a Forgotten Genocide

Mythological Beauty & Old Master Paintings at Auction Through February 4

The Art of Caribbean Exchange, in Gold, Stone or Hardwood

The Obama Portraits Start National Tour in Chicago in June 2021

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK - Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

Art-Lover: Dani Levinas Alert to the Voice and the Tap on the Shoulder

Art Experts Warn of a Surging Market in Fake Prints

These Artifacts Were Stolen. Why Is It So Hard to Get Them Back?

Sister Gertrude Morgan: Bride of Christ and Housekeeper for Dada God

"Resurrection of Christ" Included in Sotheby's Old Master Sale on January 29

Giant Ribbons of Wood Form Twisting Root Structures in Expansive Installation

Lamb of (oh my) God: Disbelief at 'Alarmingly Humanoid' Restoration of Ghent Altarpiece

Wake Up and Embark on a Journey that Will Change You…Forever, Says the Asian Art Museum

Two Singular Paintings by Tiepolo and Rubens Come to Auction Next Week

The Sistine Chapel in Sussex – Painted by the Michelangelo of Goring-by-Sea

How Gay Art Survives in Beijing, as Censors Tighten Grip


Pamela J. Joyner, Art Collector: Shaping Art in the New Decade

Some Collectors Take a D.I.Y. Approach; Others Call in the Pros

Christ at Center of Spanish Sculptor Alonso Berruguete’s Art

In This LA Art Gallery, Conversations About Religion and Spirituality Are Welcome

Through Collaborative Work, Centering Queer, Brown Folks, rafa esparza Looks to Destabilize Artistic Authority

Cree Artist Kent Monkman Takes Us on a Tour of the Met to Show How Not to Depict Indigenous People

Four Pieces by Artist Tatsuo Miyajima

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK - Christopher Udemezue

Stained Glass Windows: Radiant Light and Colour

Beyond Black Panther, Artists Imagine Alternative Worlds: A Review of "In Their Own Form" at the Museum of Contemporary Photography

Fiction: An Ex-Jesuit Who Wrote Tales of an Ironic God

Carving the Divine: Filmmaker Yujiro Seki documents the Buddhist sculptors of Japan - Lion's Roar

Christopher Udemezue’s Photographs Celebrate Caribbean Queerness

Meet The Feminist Artist Bringing Talmud to Instagram

Opinion: Skip the Vatican Museum. Go to the National Museum of Qatar.

Bernini’s “Apollo and Daphne” Is an Unnerving Depiction of Unwanted Desire

India's Entrepreneurs Milk Hindu Love of All Things Bovine

Andy Warhol: Catholicism His Work, Faith And Legacy

‘The New Pope’ Looks a Lot Like John Malkovich

Giving Form to Pathos: A Review of David Bekker at Koehnline Museum of Art

Meet Daniel Mitsui, Modern Artist With a Medieval Gothic Heart


12th Day of Christmas: Collecting Robert Pruitt's Black Bodies

New Jersey Collectors Who are Crafty, in More Ways Than One

11th Day of Christmas: Collecting Hayal Pozanti's Colorful Abstracts

10th Day of Christmas: Collecting Mary Snowden's Suburban Motherhood

9th Day of Christmas Collecting: Elena Climent's Reclaimed Inheritance

8th Day of Christmas Collecting: William T. Wiley's Dark Humor