EXTRA, EXTRA: GIANT BABY HEAD SLIDESHOW.
There are heads, and then there are HEADS. If you drove by the Museum of Fine Arts this morning, you may have wondered why a couple of giant bronze heads were being mounted on the Huntington Avenue lawn. Wonder no more. They are the works of Antonio López García, the little-known Spanish realist artist whose first solo American museum show kicks off at the MFA on April 13. Check out this Sunday's Globe for my profile of the artist.
Photos by David Ryan