Baker’s work utilizes food, families, and femininity to tell stories about women’s imposed invisibility, and turns them into artwork.
The fair, which opened its 2019 edition today, defends its “impeccable” selection process.
Kader Attia’s new solo exhibition in Barcelona reminds us of the permanence of scars as well as our ability to heal.
We have no record of what color the Virgin Mary’s hair was when she gave birth to Jesus, but it probably wasn’t turquoise.
The leftist government’s decision to dig up the dictator’s body from its resting place after four decades in the country’s most important memorial site threatens to open old wounds.
The Dalí Foundation has their sights on the Monterey museum devoted to the Spanish Surrealist and unlike the case in Spain, which the foundation lost, this may be different.
As the rift between Madrid and Barcelona deepens, Catalonia’s art institutions are caught between a rock and a hard place — and largely silent on political issues.
In a 16th-century triptych of the crucifixion at the Musée National de la Renaissance, north of Paris, Christ has wings. In fact the whole piece is made of feathers.
Seven crude semicircles scratched into the surface of an ancient stone slab may not make much of an impression on modern-day viewers.
If taxes sound taxing to you, consider this alternative: move to Spain, purchase valuable and culturally significant artworks, and donate them to the Spanish government in lieu of tax. Just make sure they’re really significant artworks.
Three suspected members of an art forgery ring were arrested in the Spanish cities of Zaragoza and Tarragona, El Pais reported.
You might say that Antoni Gaudí was an architect of the cloth. From 1883 until his death in 1926, the Catalonian master oversaw the construction of the Roman Catholic basilica Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família in Barcelona, Spain.