Showing posts from September, 2020

This BYU Grad is Making Religious Art More Inclusive for People of Color

Rebel US Artist Puts Black Lives in the Renaissance Frame

Indian Museum Celebrating Muslim Dynasty Renamed After Hindu King

Kudzanai-Violet Hwami | Apollo 40 Under 40 Africa | In Focus | Apollo Magazine

‘Homeland Elegies’ Sings for a Fading Dream of National Belonging

A Glorious Elijah Pierce Exhibit at the Barnes Foundation Brings Us Temptation, Salvation, Grace

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Collecting Ben Smith

American Art Collector - Issue #179 - A Collector’s Sanctuary

Seeing Our Own Reflection in the Birth of the Self-Portrait

Delay of Philip Guston Retrospective Divides the Art World - The New York Times

What I Buy & Why: Bangladeshi Collector Durjoy Rahman on Why He Loves Impractical Art

Philip Guston Blockbuster Show Postponed by Four Museums

Archibald prize 2020: Vincent Namatjira named winner for portrait of Adam Goodes

Our Personal Scars Can Help Others Heal | Christianity Today

Leap of Faith. How Mark Rothko Reimagined Religion | Apollo Magazine

In Dark Times, I Sought Out the Turmoil of Caravaggio’s Paintings

‘Faith Healer’ Review: Michael Sheen Stirs the Embers in the Ashes - The New York Times

Playing Jesus in a Pandemic Summer - The New York Times

Tantra: Enlightenment to Revolution at British Museum, London

Made in St. Louis: Her Art Goes Beyond Jewish Paper Cutting She's Known For

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK - Collecting Adam Russell

Justin Bieber and Chance the Rapper’s Wholesome Team-Up

Art and the Franco-Prussian War | Apollo Magazine

The Black Collectors Who Championed African-American Art during the U.S. Civil War

LACMA Unveils New Interior Views of Controversial Zumthor Building

A Stained-Glass Gift, From God and Gerhard Richter

Jacob Lawrence, Peering Through History’s Cracks

Christian worship leader Sean Feucht brings prayer rallies to Kenosha

Fwd: Masterpieces in detail

In Barcelona, Sagrada Familia Completion Date Delayed by Pandemic

The Artist Whose Medium Is Science

Brooklyn Museum to Sell 12 Works as Pandemic Changes the Rules

Two Exceptional Single-Owner Collections Come to Auction

God is beyond race and gender. It’s time our sacred art is too

How Queer Art is Changing Hindu Conversations Around the LGBTQIA + Community