Can looking with love change how we see others . . . and ourselves?
This is one crisis that must not go to waste
The good, true, and beautiful are here before us—if we have eyes to see
Today is book launch day for Current Contributing Editor, Elissa Yukiko Weichbrodt. Redeeming Vision: A Christian Guide to Looking at and Learning from Art, is now out from Baker Academic. Below, Dr. Weichbrodt tells us about her aims in writing...
What can history teach us about pictures of violated Black bodies?
Giggling at art history should be part of the point
There’s more art history than you realize in your old children’s Bibles
Can art of the past help us better grieve the present?
We do this American artist a disservice by failing to acknowledge her contradictions
Henry Ossawa Tanner’s Angels Appearing Before Shepherds urges us to see the familiar anew
Katie Luther went from being depicted as a vile prostitute to a happy homemaker. Why does that matter?
Art museums are reopening. Here’s why you should visit one.
A hidden history lurks in the images featured in PBS’s The Black Church. Why didn’t its creators tell it?