Rodin, who lived and worked in Paris, brought whole new character to sculpture with his robust expression that emphasised physicality. The exhibition covers Rodin’s production from early works to his later creations. The exhibition also discusses the relationship between Rodin and his Finnish students, Sigrid af Forselles and Hilda Flodin. The exhibition is produced in collaboration with Stockholm’s Nationalmuseet and a majority of the works arrive directly from the Rodin Museum in Paris.
An exhibition of Natalia Goncharova’s work will be shown on the third floor of the Ateneum Art Museum from 27 February to 17 May 2020. Natalia Goncharova (1881–1962) is known as a central figure in Russian avant-garde art, inspiring experimental artists in both Russia…Read more