Michel Frizot, art and photography historian, and Hélène Pinel, in charge of the Rodin Museum’s photography collection, are studying the historic conjunction during the 1960s between sculpture and photography through a selection of eight major artists. Rodin had been a precursor in this field, as shown by the photographic works of Jean Limet, whose pictorialist inspiration (graphic arts gallery) was appreciated by the sculptor.
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