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The Strange Persistence of Religion in Contemporary Art

By James Elkins & Jonathan A. Anderson Interview

We’re talking here about two projects: rereading art history to recover a wider context for religious meaning, and rereading it to recover a wider sense of the art historical project. You are aiming at the first, which is the larger and more important one, but our examples have been mainly the second, which would be a tonic to the discipline.

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On the Strange Place of Contemporary Art

By Jeremy Begbie Book Review

On the Strange Place of Religion in Contemporary Art by James Elkins God in the Gallery: A Christian Embrace of Modern Art by Daniel Siedell   FOR MANY OF US, the world of contemporary visual fine art is a strange place—not only in the sense that it can seem odd, but also in that it…

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