Arts Post It: Countries Urge China to Release Artist; Mona Lisa Returns


(Chinese artist Ai Weiwei photo: PETER PARKS AFP/GETTY IMAGES)
Injustice: On Monday, the U.S. and other countries called on China to release internationally known artist Ai Weiwei, who has not been heard from since his arrest at Beijing International Airport on Sunday. (New York Times)

She Doesn’t Look a Day Over 500: Italian researchers plan to dig up the bones of a Florentine woman believed to be the model for the Mona Lisa. (Washington Post/AP)

Who Said Orange is the New Pink?: Reese Witherspoon channels her “Legally Blonde” character Elle Woods and wears pink to her wedding. New photos released. (People)

Dress Like the Bride: The blouse Kate Middleton wore for one of her engagement photos is back on the racks at the High Street retailer Whistles. (Telegraph)

The Artist’s Way: Vanity Fair examines Picasso’s 14-year relationship with his mistress Marie-Therese Walter. (Vanity Fair)

Wanted! American Dress Designer: German Chancellor Angela Merkel will make an official visit to Washington in June. There will be a state dinner, so let the dress designer speculation begin now. (Reliable Source)

Adjectives Rarely Used in Fashion Commentary: Collections called “Post-Soviet” as Russian Fashion Weeks Continue. (Reuters)

Katherine Boyle reports on arts, museums and culture for the Style section.
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