Art and faith in medieval Spain

From the October 2021 issue of Apollo. Preview and subscribe here. ‘Spain, 1000–1200: Art at the Frontiers of Faith’ mobilises the Met’s extraordinary resources, both artistic and architectural, to reveal the cultural forms shared across the three monotheisms of the medieval Iberian Peninsula. Those forms complement one another and show the intertwined roots of those … Read more

The Medieval Body Balances the Heavenly and Corporeal

The third in a series of collaborative exhibitions between Luhring Augustine and Sam Fogg, The Medieval Body mediates on the interrelation between the heavenly and the corporeal. The exhibition includes sculptures, paintings, reliquaries, manuscripts, and adornments representing a thousand-year span of the Middle Ages (c. 540–1580 CE). From sculptural figuration to the literal worship of … Read more