I wouldn't have seen it if I hadn't believed it. Marshall McLuhan

Visual meditations

Jaume Plensa: Doors of Jerusalem I, II, & III

The figure’s arms are wrapped around the drawn knees, his whole being intent on the light within as the gates of Jerusalem and words of Scripture surround him.

read more Jaume Plensa: Doors of Jerusalem I, II, & III, detail


Roland Biermann

Art Pilgrimage

A Research Project on Art Stations of the Cross

by Lieke Wijnia

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Exhibitions and events


List of exhibitions in galleries, museums and churches.

Plus a list of conferences, lectures and events, with a special focus on Europe.

read more Stefan Balkenhol: Man in Tower, 2012

Christian calendar

Reformation Day: Luther and Durer

by Barbara Pitkin

In light of Luther’s views on the primacy of the gospel the logic of the arrangement of these four apostles is easily grasped.

read moreAlbrecht Durer: The Four Apostles

Materials for Churches

Theodore Prescott: Taste and See, detail

Materials for Churches

Here you find materials for use in churches, categorized according to the Christian calendar.

There are also materials about the Old and New Testament.

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Church of the month

England: St Michael and All Angels Berwick

On 27th June 1929, the day he became Bishop of Chichester, George Bell famously expressed his commitment to a much closer relationship between the Anglican Church and the arts.

read more Duncan Grant: pulpit

Art and Poetry

Luci Shaw & Sebastian Wien


How shall we sing the Lord’s songs 
in a strange land? The old rhythms,
the melodies of praise, strangle 
in our throats and the words 
fall to the ground like leaves in autumn. 

read more Sebastian Wien: Hier und Heute (Here and Now)

Art and Music

Betty Spackman

Paul Field & Betty Spackman

The Hollow Hotel

I checked in to the Hollow Hotel
Halfway to heaven, 
Halfway to Hell  
Don’t know how long I’ll stay here
But that’s the way things go
Here in the Hollow Hotel

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In the Spotlight

ArtLyst Interview Marleen Hengelaar-Rookmaaker

By Jonathan Evens

It is the limiting of Christian art to only religious themes that I would suggest is not Christian art at its best. Then art becomes dualistic, flowing from a dualistic theology.

read more Alfie Bradley: Knife Angel