Showing posts from June, 2020

Works for the Now, by Queer Artists of Color

Works for the Now, by Queer Artists of Color

UK's Archbishop of Canterbury Says Jesus Shouldn’t Be Portrayed As White And Church Statues Will Have To Come Down

Genesis Tramaine Channels Divine Inspiration for Her Powerful Portraits

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Genesis Tramaine

How Jesus Became White — And Why It’s Time to Cancel That

Black Gallerists Press Forward Despite a Market That Holds Them Back

Jewish Owner of Fashion Brand Aims to Turn Store’s Vandalism Into Artwork

Curators Urge Guggenheim to Fix Culture That ‘Enables Racism’

Will the Last Confederate Statue Standing Turn Off the Lights?

A Long Revered Relic Is Found to Be Europe’s Oldest Surviving Wooden Statue

Nine Black Artists and Cultural Leaders on Seeing and Being Seen

The Radical At of God: The Quilting of Rosie Lee Tompkins

When the Louvre Reopens, It’s Going to Be Quiet

Jacob Lawrence and Charles Sheeler in Conversation at Jonathan Boos

UK Artist, Michael Cook's Manger Gallery of Romantic Art Reopens

After Harry Clarke: the Forgotten Work of Richard King, Nationalist and Modernist

Painter Genesis Tramaine Is Transforming What It Means to Make Religious Art

To Bear Witness: Real Talk About White Supremacy Culture in Art Museums Today

Upheaval Over Race Reaches Met Museum After Curator’s Instagram Post

National Museum Sweden Returns a Painting to a Polish Museum

Rarified, Recondite, and Abstruse: Zeami’s Nine Stages

Religious Art Is Ideal for Protests. Patrick McGrath Muñíz Puts a Mask on it

Met Museum Plans to Open in Late August

The Hajj Pilgrimage Is Canceled, and Grief Rocks the Muslim World

Paying Tribute to COVID Warriors, the Rangayana Way

Barnaby Barford 'TRUTHLIESFEARLOVE' - Online Exhibition — DAVID GILL GALLERY

New Initiative CANVAS Offers Funding to Jewish Artists

The Battle Over Masks in a Pandemic: An All-American Story

Philadelphia Rabbi Mixes Art and Spirituality


Katie Wagget Best Photograph: Joy Sunday Best

Self-Portraits From 27 Black Photographers Reflecting on America

Where to Buy Works of Art to Support Anti-racism Causes

In Open Letter Jewish Museum Staff Ask for Greater Diversity and Transparency

Dealers Report Robust Sales for Top-Dollar Works at Virtual Art Basel Fair as Art World Migrates Online

Russian Icon Collection Buys High-Quality Antique Russian Icons

Shirin Neshat's Award-Winning Films Go Online for 24 Hours in Mini Film Festival

What Does Gay Pride Mean Now?

Museums Embrace Art Therapy Techniques for Unsettled Times

Portraits of Everyday Life in the Indian State of Gujarat

The Artist’s Caretaker: Once He Controlled Everything. No More.


Aqualad: Sánchez & Maroh Reaffirm Queer Identity in You Brought Me the Ocean

An Artist Spent Four Decades Photographing His Dad. Then Came Coronavirus

Collectors’ Toolkit: Why Is Art Finance a Growing Business?

The Art Collections Are Real; the Owners Are Not

Hisham Matar on How the Black Death Changed Art Forever

Should the Uffizis Art Be Returned to Churches?

Faith Ringgold Will Keep Fighting Back