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When a Church Becomes an Art Installation

My article “When a Church Becomes an Art Installation” appears in the Jan. 2018 print issue of Sojourners magazine.

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Curbed calls artnet article ‘must read’

Curb, part of Vox Media, called my article about the new Museum of the Bible in artnet a “must-read” review alongside other reviews by PBSNewsHour, POLITICO, Washington Post, and Vox.

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Was Renoir anti-Semitic?

My article “Was Renoir Anti-Semitic?” appears in National Review. Update: Mosaic magazine also links to the piece.

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Rusty Powell, director of Washington’s National Gallery of Art, to retire in 2019

My article “Rusty Powell, director of Washington’s National Gallery of Art, to retire in 2019” appears in The Art Newspaper.

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The Catholic Undertones of Vermeer’s Masterpieces

My article “The Catholic Undertones of Vermeer’s Masterpieces” appears in National Review online.

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Confederate Monuments and the Power of Absence

My article “Confederate Monuments and the Power of Absence” appears in Religion & Politics.

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How Did Martin Luther Become So Popular?

My article “How Did Martin Luther Become So Popular?” appears in Sojourners magazine.

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The Aesthetics of Horror

My article “The Aesthetics of Horror,” about an exhibit on architecture and the Holocaust at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, appears in Sojourners magazine.

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The curious story of the National Mall’s lone privately owned plot

My article “The curious story of the National Mall’s lone privately owned plot” appears in the Washington Post. Here’s the lede: In a city where it’s tough to throw a rock without hitting a civic building, it’s easy to pass the Vermont-marble structure at 2215 Constitution Ave. without giving it a second thought. Passersby who […]

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Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler Galleries reopen after $13.6m renovation

My article “Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler Galleries reopen after $13.6m renovation” appears in The Art Newspaper.

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