[BOOKS] ✰ God in the Gallery: A Christian Embrace of Modern Art ✺ Daniel A. Siedell – Writerscompany.co.uk

God in the Gallery: A Christian Embrace of Modern Art Is Contemporary Art A Friend Or Foe Of Christianity Art Historian, Critic, And Curator Daniel Siedell, Addresses This Question And Presents A Framework For Interpreting Art From A Christian Worldview In God In The Gallery A Christian Embrace Of Modern Art As Such, It Is An Excellent Companion To Francis Schaeffer S Classic Art And The Bible Divided Into Three Parts Theology, History, And Practice God In The Gallery Demonstrates That Art Is In Conversation With And Not Opposed To The Christian Faith In Addition, This Book Is Beautifully Enhanced With Images From Such Artists As Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, Enrique MartInez Celaya, And Others Readers Of This Book Will Include Professors, Students, Artists, And Anyone Interested In Christianity And Culture

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10 thoughts on “God in the Gallery: A Christian Embrace of Modern Art

  1. says:

    Being neither Protestant nor suspicious of contemporary art, this wasn t as interesting as it might otherwise have been It did have a few decent bits, though.

  2. says:

    Great book must read for Christians who are interested in contemporary art and feel a bit perplexed

  3. says:

    God in the Gallery is exactly what the subtitle claims, a Christian embrace of modern art Daniel A Siedell embraces the contemporary art world, and will bring the willing reader along with him.I am a layperson when it comes to contemporary art I have no training or degrees, but I love to engage with modern art and artists I am a big fan of abstract expression

  4. says:

    Being a reader of Schaeffer and Rookmaaker in years past, my artistic interpretation of modern art was definitely shaped by their perspectives My ongoing faith journey having touched on broader fields of Chrisitanity and utter belief of Christ being all in all, I found his framework for interpreting modern art from this Christian worldview very intriguing As the bac

  5. says:

    This is a challenging work to both read as well as to review As someone who is both a Christian and who appreciates modern art yes, even abstract art , I was looking forward to Siedell s challenge An albeit simplistic outline of this work can be summarized as follows 1 Definition and meaning of modern art blend of Dickie s institutional theory and Crowther s ecology theory

  6. says:

    I m not that interested in Radical Orthodoxy, the Emergent Church, or other similar theological liturgical movements, so to a certain extent some of the author s specifically Christian comments were not that interesting to me However, the first two chapters, as well as the chapter on Art Criticism, may be the clearest discussion I have ever read on what is Modern and Contemporary

  7. says:

    Very thankful for this book I started reading this at a point where I was beginning to develop several questions about what I believed, and how these beliefs were limiting or silencing how I made art This is a great book to sit with if you wonder how the freedom of art should can interact with the making or viewing of art.

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