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Thomas Houseago
Amélie Simier

Tuesday, June 15, 2021, 1pm edt

Join Gagosian for a conversation between Thomas Houseago and Amélie Simier, director of the Musée Rodin, Paris, appointed in May 2021. Moderated by art historian and Gagosian director Richard Calvocoressi, the discussion will look at contemporary sculpture and its foundation in Auguste Rodin’s radical forms, Houseago’s ongoing exploration of both human representation and abstraction, and process in both artists’ practices, including their common use of classical materials such as bronze and plaster. The trio will also discuss a forthcoming exhibition pairing sculptures by both artists at Gagosian in London. To join, register at eventbrite.com.

Left: Thomas Houseago. Photo: Ari Marcopoulos. Right: Amélie Simier. Photo: © Agence Photographique du Musée Rodin, J. Manoukian

Left: Thomas Houseago. Photo: Ari Marcopoulos. Right: Amélie Simier. Photo: © Agence Photographique du Musée Rodin, J. Manoukian

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