From April 12th through July 17th, 2016, Musée Rodin puts on show an important exhibition entitled Between Sculpture and Photography, an exhibition highlighting the strong bond between sculpture and photography.
The exhibition Between Sculpture and Photography provides an introduction to eight sculptors and photographers who marked the second half of the 20th century including the abstract expressionist sculptor John Chamberlain, the photographer Dieter Appelt, the American artist Gordon Matta-Clark, the sculptor Markus Raetz, the American sculptor and photographer who was awarded both the Praemium Imperiale and the Legion of Honor Cy Twombly, the British artist Mac Adams, the renowned sculptor and land artist Richard Long and the Italian artist Giuseppe Penone.
Through the display of a selection of creative artworks, Between Sculpture and Photography offers visitors an opportunity to discover how sculpture, one of the oldest forms of art, and photography, which is a relatively new art form, are in fact connected to one another.
The exhibition Between Sculpture and Photography is curated by Michel Frizot, a photography historian, and Hélène Pinet, the head of photography collections at Musée Rodin.
If you are staying at one of our Grands Hotels Parisiens between April 12th and July 17th, 2016, consider visiting Between Sculpture and Photography at Musée Rodin. It's not too far from our hotels.