Plunging visitors into the heart of creative processes, bringing out the faces of those who populated Montparnasse’s workshops, the exhibition highlights the complex relationships between master and student, between artist and practitioner, through the figure of the sculptor Antoine Bourdelle. Their trajectories, fidelity to the master’s teaching or violent rejection, will be shown in the exhibition through 165 works, including...
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