A survey of some of the ways religion is newly visible in contemporary art
Jonathan Anderson presents a survey of some of the ways religion is newly visible in contemporary art, and then turns to explore the ways that religion is becoming newly discussable in contemporary art. Jonathan is an artist and critic, and associate professor of art at Biola University. He has published several essays exploring the relations between modern art, religion and theology, including the book ‘Modern Art and the Life of a Culture’. He is currently working on a PhD in theology at King’s College, London.
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Writer and philanthropist speaks at our national conference on the redemptive value of beauty in our world.
A lecture unpacking the philosophical understandings throughout history of the concept of beauty.