The 1,000-year-old skeleton of Saint Aurelius, dressed in 18th-century finery, gets an elaborate makeover at the Center for Art Conservation and Restoration of the Catholic University of Portugal. https://t.co/pAyzT3WwXUpic.twitter.com/x2sRntHqbB
DENVER — Tara Donovan’s artworks are unexpected: they borrow manufactured goods, but they are never readymades; they are theatrical and serial, but rarely considered minimalist; and they are massive in scale, but never outsourced. Fieldwork at the MCA Denver revisits Donovan’s contributions from the last 20 years, bringing her wall-based and free-standing sculptures together under one roof for the first time. Her art is not a metaphor, it is not about identity, and it is not historical. So what is it?
A painting newly attributed to Salvador Dalí by scholar Nicolas Descharnes went on view at Heather James Fine Art in New York. According to the gallery, the painting had remained in private hands for over 75 years. https://t.co/WIGw5pnCnqpic.twitter.com/eMuP3Pm6ND