— Wed 27 Nov, 2019
Some galleries give us the chance to see works of art in their entirety: not just the familiar face, but the wood, staples and canvas beneath. There's something surprisingly alluring in it.
— Fri 01 Sep, 2017
Our history of iconoclasm and vandalism
— Wed 12 Jul, 2017
The third album by the Los Angeles hip-hop poet
— Tue 03 Jan, 2017
The popular Eurocentric view that rewrites what art is 'supposed' to be about
— Fri 16 Dec, 2016
The unexpectedly radical origins of nativity scenes
— Tue 25 Oct, 2016
Why besmirching the image of Christ is an honest reflection of the world
— Thu 06 Oct, 2016
How is the painter, illustrator, or sculptor to represent the timeless and time bound all in one body?
— Tue 30 Aug, 2016
How can we mobilize, educate and organize people in step with the Kingdom?
— Fri 12 Aug, 2016
A rousing call to march against the numbing effects of a consumer society
— Fri 05 Aug, 2016
Maps as art in New Art Gallery's 'Land, Sea and Air' exhibition
— Tue 26 Jul, 2016
Arts and mapping have a surprising amount in common
— Tue 15 Mar, 2016
Inserting ruptures into the systems circulating ideologies
— Thu 03 Mar, 2016
Should our creations be insulated from time and mutation?
— Wed 03 Feb, 2016
A radical departure from customary depictions of Christ's passion stations