All posts in category Art

Humour in the age of Trump—and far before it—explored at Washington, DC’s National Gallery

My article “Humour in the age of Trump—and far before it—explored at Washington, DC’s National Gallery” appears in Art Newspaper.

Collector Leonard Lauder on How Vintage Postcards Can Help Us Understand Propaganda in the Present

My article “Collector Leonard Lauder on How Vintage Postcards Can Help Us Understand Propaganda in the Present” appears in artnet news.

Some of Europe’s top tourist destinations are homes to anti-Semitic imagery. What should be done?

My article “Some of Europe’s top tourist destinations are homes to anti-Semitic imagery. What should be done?” appears in America magazine.

Two new art exhibits address earthly spirituality

My latest article “Two new art exhibits address earthly spirituality” appears in National Catholic Reporter.

American University Museum gets 9,000 works from Corcoran Gallery of Art’s collection

My article “American University Museum gets 9,000 works from Corcoran Gallery of Art’s collection” appears in The Art Newspaper.

In His Biblical Scenes, the 17th-Century Dutch Painter Jan Steen Rivals Rembrandt Himself

My article “In His Biblical Scenes, the 17th-Century Dutch Painter Jan Steen Rivals Rembrandt Himself” appears in Mosaic magazine.

Image religious culture journal fires founder Gregory Wolfe, cites accusations

My article “Image religious culture journal fires founder Gregory Wolfe, cites accusations” appears in National Catholic Reporter.

The Saddest Map of Our Time, Courtesy of Online Dating Profiles

My article “The Saddest Map of Our Time, Courtesy of Online Dating Profiles” appears in OZY.

Jack Whitten: once mistaken for Gerhard Richter, now subject of major US survey shows

My article “Jack Whitten: once mistaken for Gerhard Richter, now subject of major US survey shows” appears in The Art Newspaper. It covers a show at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

A New Institute of Contemporary Art Proposes an Ambitious Vision in Virginia

My article “Can a University Art Museum Break Out of the Ivory Tower? A New Institute of Contemporary Art Proposes an Ambitious Vision in Virginia” appears in artnet.

  • Selected articles

    Bobby Fischer gravestone "Searching for Fischer’s Legacy." Chess Life magazine. March 2018. (PDF file).

    Confederate monuments "Confederate Monuments and the Power of Absence." Religion & Politics. Oct. 2017.

    Jules Olitski star "A Memorial That Knows Its Biblical History." Wall St. Journal. Sept. 22, 2017.

    CIA art collection "Infiltrating the CIA’s Secret Art Collection." Playboy. Jan./Feb. 2017.
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