25 March - 24 July 2011

Madame Grès

The Musée Galliera inaugurated its extra-mural programme at the Musée Bourdelle with the first Parisian retrospective dedicated to Madame Grès (1903-1993).

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6 May - 19 September 2010

In May, do as you please

This exhibition dedicated to current sculpture and its varied practices and approaches included artists from the French and European scene: Elisabeth Ballet, Christian Boltanski, Richard Deacon, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Ann Veronica Janssens, Jannis Kounellis, Claude Lévêque, Jean-Luc Moulène, Tania Mouraud, ORLAN, Kees Visser.

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3 April - 30 August 2009

Ange Leccia and the pavillon

Whether photographed or on film, the image plays a dominant role in the work of Ange Leccia. Known since the 1980s for his “arrangements”, he nowadays explores video and cinema in particular, through his films. For this exhibition, the artist presented us with his vision of the museum and its collections.

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20 November 2009 - 14 March 2010

Isadora Ducan (1877-1927)

The Musée Bourdelle presented an ambitious exhibition dedicated to Isadora Duncan, who inspired Antoine Bourdelle (1861-1929), as dozens of drawings kept at the museum demonstrate.

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9 October 2008 - 1 February 2009

Gloria Friedmann "Red moon"

Since the 1980s, Gloria Friedmann has developed a body of work that involves sculpture, photography, drawing and engraving.

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19 October 2007 - 29 February 2008

Henry Moore and mythology

Henry Moore and Mythology illustrated the sculptor’s relationship with ancient myths and Greek art, echoing that of Antoine Bourdelle (1861-1929).

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From 26 January to 3 June 2007

Sarkis at the Musée Bourdelle

For his first exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle, Sarkis exhibited a group of new artworks in rooms he himself selected.

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7 July - 26 November 2006

Laurent Pariente

Since the late 1980s, Laurent Pariente has developed a body of work that involves painting, sculpture and architecture, from his first engraved zinc panels, which inaugurated the artist’s relationship with the wall, to the chalk-covered structures he produces today.

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