Where Art and Paleontology Intersect, Fossils Become Faces
By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr. /The New York Times
CREATING A FACE An exhibit showing how reconstructions are made, at the American Museum of Natural History. Viktor Deak, one of the world’s leading paleoartists, has an apartment full of skulls and a creepy little pasta machine.
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