Showing posts from August, 2020

Hank Willis Thomas at the Cincinnati Art Museum

Hebrew Manuscripts: Journeys of the Written Word

Nat'l Museum of Korea Purchases 2 Rare Buddhist Statues From Kansong Museum

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Collecting Max Whalen

Kehinde Wiley on Protests’ Results: ‘I’m Not Impressed Yet’

How the Metropolitan Museum of Art Was Made

A Threatened Mural in Oldham Illuminates a Key Moment in British Art

UK Exhibitions Not to Miss This Summer

The LDS Church is Removing Minerva Teichert Paintings

A Giant Reimagined: Introducing Contemporary Artist Louis Carreon’s Religious Iconography

Religious Shrine in Canadian Man's Bathroom Took On a Life of Its Own

Turkey Decrees that a Chrisitan Church Turned Museum Will Now Be a Mosque

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Collecting New Harmony Artists

My Rembrandt | A Dcumentary in Collectors

Islamic Painting Meets Contemporary Art: Onur Hastürk's 1st Solo Show at Dusseldorf Gallery

Museum’s Future Clouded by Chance Discovery: Swastika Hiding in Plain Sight

Awakening to the Goddess: The Art & Activism of Mayumi Oda

Warhol’s Christianity, on Display at Kentucky's Speed Museum

AIDS Quilts for an Artist and His Partner, Sewn During a New Pandemic

Black Women Are the Superheroes the World Needs

Turning Grief for a Hidden Past Into a Healing Space

Touching Distance – The Fine Art of Keeping Apart

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Collecting Kehinde Wiley

‘I Was Storing Crates in My Dining Room’ – On Launching a Gallery During Lockdown

Learn About Sister Plautilla Nelli, Woman Artist of the Renaissance

Exhibition Explores the Multifaceted and Eccentric Universe that is Takashi Murakami's Superflat

The Sale of a Rare, Gold-painted Qur’an at Christie’s Raises Questions of Provenance

Grace in the Garden | Morality as Given by Man vs. God

Was Raphael as Saintly as They Say?

Gianguan Auctions to Offer Devotional Art, Bronze, Jade and Ceramic Statues

Shaker Artifacts Will Get a New Home in Upstate New York

From the High Life to the Life of Christ – James Tissot’s Path to Piety

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Collecting Niccolo Cosme

Invite a Buddha Home With a Gorgeous New Print From the Lion's Roar Store

Murillo and the Prodigal Son in Apollo Magazine

Where Should Art History Go in the Future?

‘Patachitra’ Paintings Spread Awareness With a Touch of Humour

Darshan: An Intimate Experience of Transformation

Exhibit At Monastery Brings Faith Of Fathers To Life In Jordanville

Hiba Schahbaz's "In Solitude" on Display in De Buck’s Virtual Viewing Room

Kuan Yin: A queer Buddhist Christ figure?

How a Historian Stuffed Hagia Sophia’s Sound Into a Studio

How a ‘Biblically Illiterate’ Generation Can Discover Christian Art

Met Museum Appears to Have Mislabeled a Sacred Jewish Artifact

In India, a Gay Prince’s Coming Out Earns Accolades, and Enemies

Now online: Magnes exhibits of works by Vishniac and Szyk – J.

Portland Museum of Art Raises Money to Bolster Collection by Female Artists

Ghent Altarpiece Restoration Deemed Accurate by Researchers

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Collecting Kelvin Burzon

Inside Rashtrapati Bhavan Library: Two Paintings and a Love Story