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?