Showing posts from October, 2020

Anila Quayyum Agha’s Popular Illuminated Cube Installation Returns to the Cincinnati Art Museum

RELIGIOUS ART | ALPHA OMEGA ARTIST -- 5 Finalists for 2020

Collector Jorge M. Pérez Talks About Buying Art During the Pandemic

Sotheby's Presents Fearless: The Collection of Hester Diamond

2 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now

A First-Time Survey of Asian Art Gets a Second Chance to Dazzle

Elijah Pierce, Outsider Artist, Finds a Spotlight in Philadephia

Art exhibit displays the Bible uncensored - Hillsdale Collegian

Titus Kaphar & The Christian Tradition That Mankind Was Created in God’s Own “Image and Likeness”

Ablaze With Art: Thriving Galleries in Lower Manhattan

Vincent van Gogh 's "The Good Samaritan" is the #1 Reason to Vote for Biden

The National Gallery Offers a Powerful But Partial View of Transgression

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Collecting Ai Weiwei

The First Exhibition in the UK Exploring Sin in Art Now On View at the National Gallery

Art Brushes Up Against Spirituality in Ohio's Keny Galleries Exhibition

‘Symbolism’ Showcases Jewish Art at South Florida Catholic University

Misk Photography And Digital Art Exhibition Re-Imagines GCC Identity

Gibbes’ New Collection of Apocalyptic Works of Art Speaks to Timeless Fear of the Unknown

Metropolitan Museum of Art Curator Alisa LaGamma on 7 Extraordinary Treasures That Define Western Sahel Cultures

Sensing the Unseen: Step into Gossaert's 'Adoration'

Paul Doll & His Collection Disappeared Into The Mountains 50 Years Ago

Gods, Nipples, Warhol And Wickedness – Sin Review

Anakin's Killing Of Jedi Younglings Is Recreated As Religious Iconography

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Collecting Tony Melendez

Jacob Lawrence’s ‘Struggle’ Series at Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Church Mothers Teach Us to Delight in Scripture

Cataloguing the Khalidi Library in Jerusalem

Archeologists Unearthed 59 Sealed Sarcophagi in Egypt

Art Without Borders – An Interview With Nalini Malani

Hebrew Manuscripts: Journeys of the Written Word at British Library

Albrecht Altdorfer: A German Renaissance Master at the Lourve

The Balkan Bright Spot in God-Linked Morality

An interview with Photographer Farah Al Qasimi

"The Science and Mystery of Sleep" Opens at American Visionary Museum

Online Art in Focus: Jean Joseph Benjamin Constant, A Jew of Tangier

Blood, Passion and Captivity: Gentileschi’s Life Is in Her Paintings

Art to See in London This Fall - The New York Times

Ohioans Find Ways to Innovate During Coronavirus Confusion

Mellon Foundation to Spend $250 Million to Reimagine Monuments

London’s Frieze Week Is Still On, Online and Off


Baltimore Museum to Sell 3 Blue-Chip Paintings to Advance Equity

Martin Wong Iglesia Pentecostal 1986 - Sotheby’s Charity Auction

Elijah Pierce Aimed to Do God’s Work in Wood

Alongside Rare Botticelli, Sotheby’s to Auction $20 M. Rembrandt