Last Friday I visited the exhibition “Metamorphoses: In Rodin’s Studio” at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
. It was an impressive exhibit that was definitely worth seeing, although it felt like most of the pieces were unfinished. It was very didactic and was showing a lot about the work of a sculptor and the fact that he rarely works alone. The best part was the room showing some of his masterpieces: the Thinker, the Kiss, the Age of Bronze, etc.
For those who missed it, you can still find a lot of information on the museum web page
or on the special mobile site
that was designed as guide for visitors, enhancing the experience and giving access to all the wall labels and panels for the exhibition. That was surely a great idea!
And, of course, I took a lots of pictures and have prepared a photo album on Flickr
(the description offers titles and details on each piece) as well as this nice video montage (on Vimeo
) for your enjoyment:
(I've replaced the Flash slideshow with this video because it was bugging my Mac!)
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