"God in the Gallery: A Christian Embrace of Modern Art" by Daniel A. Siedell

Friday, 01 May 2009

As a lover of art in general and abstraction in particular, I have wrestled with a number of questions. What is art? What constitutes good art? What responsibilities does the artist bear in transmitting one's work to one's audience? What responsibilities (if any) does the audience have in receiving such work? And what happens when faith is added to the equation? Should Christians even bother with so-called "secular" art? Daniel Siedell's book, God in the Gallery, answers many of these questions. The book is divided into ...

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