Rodin, Ugolin et ses enfants
Rodin, Ugolin et ses enfants ©Musée Rodin, photo: C. Baraja

Looking at three very different points in time, three events in Paris to follow the evolution of sculpture…

PICASSO – GIACOMETTI

The Musée Picasso and the Fondation Giacometti present the first exhibition dedicated to the not always smooth dialogue between two major artists of the 20th century. Until 5 February at the Picasso Museum.

www.museepicassoparis.fr

Alberto Giacometti Homme qui marche II 1960
Alberto Giacometti Homme qui marche II 1960 © Fondation Giacometti, Paris

HELL ACCORDING TO RODIN

The exhibit presents the story of Rodin’s The Gates of Hell, which was so influential in the development of sculpture. Over 170 works and 60 drawings delve into Rodin’s depiction at the recently remodeled Rodin Museum. Until 22 January.

www.musee-rodin.fr

CARL ANDRE – SCULPTURES AS PLACE

Within the framework of the Paris-New York Tandem, the retrospective brings together 40 sculptures by this American artist at the Modern Art Museum. Until 2 February.

www.mam.paris.fr

From France Today magazine

Carl Andre building cedar piece 1964, Martin Ries Gannett/ Ries Digital Designs © 2016/ ADAGP, Paris

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