Showing posts from February, 2020

The Making of ‘Six’: How Tudor Queens Turned Into Pop Stars

Salon Explores Diversity of Jewish Culture

Rediscovering India’s Forgotten Masterpieces in London

Art Review: Pat Lay at the Dvora Pop-up Gallery

Jan Van Eyck’s Diamond-Hard Brilliance, as You’ll Never See It Again

The Many Migrations Of Artist Griselda Rosas

Which Art Fair Is for You? Let Our Critic Be Your Guide

'Forbidden Fruit': Kuwait's Taboo-Breaking Artist on Sex, Sin and Censorship

Two Napoleons in Brooklyn, One in Timberlands

Being an Outsider Artist is a Noble Pursuit – Until Nobody Exhibits Your Work

An Artist Who Doesn’t Want to Feed Western Fantasies About Africa

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Adam Russell & Kelly Lever

A Kenyan Painter Casts a Critical Eye on China’s Role in Africa

A Voice for the Arts, and Social Justice, joins the Board of the National Gallery of Art

See Christian Bale As Mephisto For Chris Hemsworth's Thor 4 In New Pic

Collector and KAWS Creator Looks to the Fringes for Inspiration

Devendra Banhart — Musician, Artist, Buddhist

Faith-Centered Tattoos Are Analyzed in Study of University Students

The Artful Transformation of Human Suffering: Banksy and Buddhist Art | Buddhistdoor

The Van Eyck Restoration that Shocked the World

New Online Platform Celebrates 'Islamic Art'

Jordan Casteel's Colossal Paintings Make People of Color Impossible to Ignore

British Baroque: Power and Illusion; Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium

Poland Is Becoming a Global Capital of Jewish Art, Despite Itself

A Fresh Look at the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art

Salma Arastu Aims to Remake the Art of Islamic Calligraphy

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Anila Quayyum Agha

Call Me Aggie: The Legendary Collector Making a Difference

When a Mentor Said Tear Down Your Collection and Start Over, They Did

Charles Fuller Never Expected Broadway. At 80, He’s Arrived.

Claire Oliver Gallery Celebrates New Location With Judith Schaechter's "Almost Better Angels "

Must See: Beatriz Vasquez’s New Show, “Feminine Bloodlines, Mexican Womanhood: Erasing Submissiveness”

Judith Schaechter’s Path to Paradise of Stained Glass

Andy Warhol in Heaven and Hell Are Just One Breath Away!

Art Rises in the Saudi Desert, Shadowed by Politics

Tzfas-Inspired Artist to be Exhibited in Crown Heights


Making Miami's Art Scene with Collector Jorge M Pérez

Feminine Bloodlines, Mexican Womanhood: Erasing Submissiveness, Beatriz Vásquez

Japanese Folklore Through the Prism of a Warrior that Fights Buddhist Monks

Kipp Normand’s Snake Oil, Premieres at the Tube Factory

Police Removed a Work From the India Art Fair on the Suspicion That It Referenced Ongoing Political Protests in Delhi

Outsider Artist Nathan Hilu Makes Philadelphia Debut

In Iraq, Where Beauty Was Long Suppressed, Art Flowers Amid Protests

Kelvin Burzon's "Noli Me Tangere: Lamentations" Comes to Wabash College


Street Art Comes Indoors to Collector's Home and Legos Climb the Walls