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Exhibitions

Rodin was as modern as Magritte and Dali, but more touching and troubling than either

29 May 2021

9:00 AM

29 May 2021

9:00 AM

The Making of Rodin

Tate Modern, until 21 November

Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty

Barbican, until 22 August

Rodin’s studio at Meudon in the suburbs of Paris is huge and filled with light — a sort of combined warehouse, factory and conservatory. It’s crammed with white plaster figures: battered, writhing and fragmentary. This strange, almost surreal effect has been recreated in The Making of Rodin at Tate Modern.

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