#465 - from 23 March 2017 to 29 March 2017
Auguste Rodin, The Thinker, large model, SNBA, 1904, weathered plaster; 182 x 108 x 141 cm. Paris, musée Rodin, donation Rodin, 1916 © Musée Rodin (photo Christian Baraja).
PARIS - In 1902, when Rodin was 62 years old, he was invited to Prague and was welcomed like a superstar: in the Manès gallery, 88 of his sculptures and 75 of his drawings attracted the crowds. The decade had started with his large exhibition at the pavillon de l’Alma, in 1900, which he mounted all alone at the time of the Universal Exhibition. He was considered [Read]
Openings of the week (Belgique, France, Suisse, Monaco, Luxembourg)
Art shows not to be missed
ED VAN DER ELSKEN, Amsterdam's enfant terrible
Ed van der Elsken (1925-1990) left memorable pictures of Paris in the 1950s and 1960s. But he also wnadered around the world as proves this complete exhibition of his work.
Ed van der Elsken, Girl in the Subway, Tokyo (1984) Nederlands Fotomuseum / © Ed van der Elsken / Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
At the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, until 21 May 2017