Art and Christianity journal
Out now: A&C no98
Francis O’Gorman takes stock of the bicentenary of Ruskin’s birth
Jonatan Habib Engqvist on the life and future of Lund Cathedral
Sybilla Gbadamosi Wood on Magdalene Odundo: the Journey of Things
Architecture and Theology by Murray Rae reviewed by Christopher Irvine
The Visionary Art of William Blake by Naomi Billingsley reviewed by Natasha O’Hear
Bettina Furnée with Laura Purseglove
Jan Gould examines the life and work of Frank Roper
Letter from Orkney
Laura Moffatt reflects on the past cycles of the ACE/RIBA Award for Religious Architecture
About the journal
Art and Christianity is our quarterly members’ journal which since 1994 has published features, exhibition and book reviews, news and comment from the field of art and religion.
Issues are published quarterly at the beginning of February (Spring), May (Summer), August (Autumn) and November (Winter). The copy deadline is a month in advance. Proposals for articles and reviews are welcome and will be considered by the editorial board.
The editorial board: Peter Doll, Graham Howes, Jonathan Koestlé-Cate, Inge Linder-Gaillard, Laura Moffatt, Charles Pickstone, Laura Purseglove, Chloë Reddaway, Frances Spalding, Kim Vrudny.
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from A&C no 92 Jonathan Anderson reviews Rachel Whiteread's retrospective at Tate Britain
from A&C no 92 Laura Moffat reviews Katia Kameli's Ritournelle (once more, from the top)
from A&C no 91 Katie Kresser reviews Modern Art and the Life of a Culture by Jonathan Anderson and William Dyrness
from A&C no 91 Polemic: Controversial Moderns by Hana Leaper and Naomi Billingsley
from A&C no 90 Eamon Duffy interviews Gabriele Finaldi
from A&C no 90 Polemic: Colour and Spirit by Spike Bucklow
from A&C no 82 Sophie Hacker interviews Jacquiline Creswell
from A&C no 88 Gervase Rosser reviews Chloë Reddaway's Transformations in Persons and Paint
Banner image: G Roland Biermann, Stations, 2016