Showing posts from July, 2020

Our Olive-Skinned Gospel

One Art Gallery Show to See Right Now

Vatican Museum: Beauty that Unites! 59

Exquisite Gilt Copper Alloy Figure of Shadakshari Lokeshvara Achieves Top Lot at Bonhams Sales

Kerry James Marshall’s Black Birds Take Flight in a New Series

Met Museum Acquires Two Sculptures by Wangechi Mutu

House Votes to Create a National Museum of the American Latino

Banksy and Rembrandt Boost Sotheby’s Sale to $192.7 Million

Three Solo Contemporary Art Exhibitions at One Place

Streamlined Spanish Market at Santa Fe's Blue Rain Gallery

‘Color of Hope’ to bring inmate artwork to the public in Canon City

Rubin Museum Invites the Public to Participate in The Lotus Effect, a Community-Built Installation

Art Diary: Master of Mondsee

The Nuanced Grandeur of 19th Century Persian Ferahan Rugs

Artists like Patrick McGrath Muñiz Send Hopeful Message With Works

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Collecting Tony Melendez

Enrico Navarra Dead: Prominent Basquiat Collector Dies

Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan’s Art- and Design-Filled Summer Home

Searching for a Jesus Who Looks More Like Me

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Arts of the Islamic World Exhibition Ongoing

How New York’s Jewish Museum Anticipated the Avant-Garde

‘Almost Famous’: The Oral History of a Golden God’s Acid Trip

A Gregarious Recluse: Renowned Sri Lankan Artist George Keyt

Somvati Amavasya 2020: Masked Devotees Celebrate Around India Amid Coronavirus

The Long History of How Jesus Came to Resemble a White European

Christian art in Asia with a European face

The Color of Christ: How Has Art Affected Racism in the Church?

Jewish Museum Uses Windows for Socially Distant Art, Education

To Buy This Basquiat, Swipe Right


The Huppah - a Beloved Object of Jewish Art

Kent Belden’s Collection of Portraiture Highlights Vibrant, Historically Marginalized Figures

Experts in Thailand Denounce Religious Censorship on Modern Arts

Your Ancestors Knew Death in Ways You Never Will

Complaint Faults Museum Director for Hanging His In-Law’s El Greco

Metropolitan Museum of Art to Reopen Five Days a Week in August

First and last Fridays: The Conclusion to 'A Pre-COVID Artwalk in Indianapolis' (To Harrison Center)

Five Art Accounts to Follow on Instagram Now

Ai Weiwei Face Masks Raise Over $1.4 Million for Charity

Frieze’s London Fairs Are Art World’s Latest Cancellations

Matthew Barton Announces European and Asian Works of Art Auction

Eastward, Ho! Even Art Is Leaving for the Hamptons


Collecting Stories: Gallerist Hong Gyu Shin

Arts Leader Kristina Newman-Scott Builds Community through Collecting

We Can’t Cancel ‘White Jesus,’ But We Can Keep Telling Our Church’s Story

Kunsthalle Bremen opens 'Your Turn! Recreating Artworks During Quarantine'

Tree of Life: Nailya Alexander Gallery's Group Exhibition Now Open

Joseon Dynasty-Era Buddhist Paintings to Return Home From U.S.

Looters Target Myanmar Temple Treasures in Tourist Slump

Museum or Mosque? (Or Christian Church) Top Turkey Court to Rule on Hagia Sophia