Showing posts from April, 2020

Provocative Photographer Mous Lamrabat Subverts North African Stereotypes

Sin at London's National Gallery Available For Purchase Online Now

Opening up the Red Haring: Photo Series Documents Unframing of Rare Artwork

The Rubin Museum Is Using Its Buddhist Art Collection to Offer Daily Meditation Sessions

Photographer Ryan McGinley: 'I Was Taught to Believe in Satan. It Scared Me'

In Seoul, the Art World Gets Back to Business

The Art World's Favorite Easter and Eastertide Images

Newly Acquired from Spain for Indianapolis: Sazillo's St. Francis

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Artist Patrick Dougher

Which Cultural Entities Will People Return To After Reopening?

How the Met Opera Is Throwing a Gala Concert With Smartphones

More Than 60 Percent of Artists in U.S. Are Unemployed Because of Pandemic, Survey Finds

Can Fashion Save Itself?

Under Fire, Live Nation Outlines New Ticket Refund Plan

Bye Bye, Blockbusters: Can the Art World Adapt to Covid-19?

Billionaire Art Collector Adrian Cheng Is Distributing Free Face Masks Through Vending Machines in Hong Kong

Shepard Fairey's New Series of Posters to Celebrate the Bravery of Healthcare Workers

Divine Nature and Spiritual Activism in the Work of Self-Taught Artist Patrick Dougher

Kent Monkman Auctions One of His Drawings to Support Toronto’s Indigenous Communities

Logging On for Art During COVID-19

Tuan Andrew Nguyen’s Art Brings People In Touch With Lost Ancestors

Salvador Dalí The Enigma of Faith Touring the US: North Dakota, Indiana, Oklahoma, Delaware

Auction Houses Postpone Live Sales and Pivot to Online

No Reopening in Sight for US Cinemas After Federal Guidelines Issued

Austria Will Allow Museums to Reopen in Mid-May

Catholic Art For Your Home Doesn’t Have to be Cheesy

What I Buy & Why: Art-Fair Director Kamiar Maleki on the Artwork That Got Away


7 Steps to Philanthropy's Remaking of the Arts Operating Model After Coronavirus

The Inventive Chef Who Kept His 700 Paintings Hidden

‘Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint’ Review: What Did She See, and When?

The Forgotten French Tapestry With Lessons for Our Apocalyptic Times

Art Recreation Is the Only Good Instagram Challenge

Roman Catholic and Puerto Rican Background Inspires work of Patrick McGrath Muñiz

Roy De Forest’s Greatness Shines Even in a Virtual Display

Robbie Lawrence's Best Photograph: A Woman Praying in Georgia's Low Country

How a Trio of Black-Owned Galleries Changed the Art World

Titian’s ‘Pietà’ Is the Work of an Artist Responding to a Pandemic

San Francisco’s Top Art School Plans Closing After Almost 150 Years

Sean Scully Closes His Windows

Pope Francis, His Crucifix and the Virgin Mary: Miraculous or Merely Traditional?

Deborah Roberts’s Dream Deferred, for Now

A tourist in Utopia – The bizarre realist art of Howard Fox

A Collector’s Home Where Women and Artists of Color Set the Tone


Bodhisattvas – Selfless Saviors of Mahayana Buddhism

Fra Angelico's 'The Entombment of Christ' - A Narrative Approach

Lessons From the Plagues, Painted for Passover

Online Art Project Celebrates Resilience and Creative Spirit of Hindu Artists During Lockdown