These are the winners of the 2016 International Awards Program for Religious Art & Architecture.
A neighbor's daughter is going off to college. She's excited, yet understandably insecure. This is, after all, new and uncharted territory with exposure to buildings and people too numerous to count. And when you live on campus you have the added issue of absorbing completely new living quarters, most likely shared with a roommate who is a virtual stranger to you. It is a lot of energy to deal with before even getting started in your first class.
These defunct worship centers have been resurrected as bookstores, bars, and private homes.
Worship services at St. Lydia's church in Brooklyn center around a meal prepared by attendees. "Growing up, I was really
The mystery of that solitude of space and their collective inspiration permeates the gallery's combined presentation of their work.