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Musee de la Sculpture en Plein Air, Paris

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The Musée de la Sculpture en Plein Air is a collection of outdoor sculpture located on the banks of the Seine in the 5th arrondissement, Paris, France. The museum opens free of charge.The museum was created in 1980 in the Jardin Tino Rossi to display sculptures from the second half of the twentieth century. It stretches some 600 meters along the Quai Saint-Bernard beside the Jardin des Plantes, between Place Valhubert and Gare d'Austerlitz to just east of Pont de Sully. The museum currently contains over fifty sculptures, including pieces by Alexander Archipenko, Jean Arp, César Baldaccini, and Constantin Brâncuși, as well as the following pieces: Augustin Cardenas (1927-), La Grande Fenêtre, 1974 Marta Colvin (1915-), Le Grand Signe, 1970 Guy de Rougemont (1935-), Interpénétration des deux espaces, 1975 Reinout d'Haese (Reinhoud) (1928-), Melmoth, 1966 Marino di Teana (1920-2012), Structure architecturale, 1973 Étienne-Martin (Étienne Martin) (1913–1995), Demeurre 1, 1954–1958 Sorel Etrog (1933-), Fiesole, 1965–1967 Albert Feraud (1921-), Sans titre, 1979 Yoshikuni Iida (1923-), Shining Wings, 1981 Jean-Robert Ipoustéguy (1920-), Hydrophage, 1975 Micha Laury (1946-), Mind Accumulation, 1988 Aglae Liberaki (1923-), Abellio, 1971–1973 Liuba (1923-), Animal 82, 1982 Liuba (1923-), Stèle, 1977 Bernard Pagès (1940-), Sans titre, 1988 Marta Pan (1923-), Sculpture, 1969 Ruggero Pazzi (1927-), Sculpture, 1979 Antoine Poncet (1928-), Ochicagogo, 1979 Nicolas Schöffer (1912–1992), Chronos 10, 1978 François Stahly (1911-), Neptune II, 1969
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  • This open-air museum was established in 1980 and it is located in the garden Tino Rossi, to the No. 2 Wharf Saint Bernard, in the 5th arrondissement of Paris. Side entrance Seine, upstream from the bridge of Sully and in front of the Institute of the Arab world. Many works of french and foreign artists, about thirty are exposed in this large area with trees along the Seine, giving it a very special charm. The works are very diverse and varied with for example, a large portico with silver mobile "Times 10" of Nicolas Schöffer 1978 columns colored various sizes of Guy de Rougemont, a bronze in three parts make excavations of Etienne Martin in 1954, "Marseille" of Caesar, plate ribbed bronze, "Shining Wings" by the Japanese artist Yoshikuni Lida and many other works which do not leave indifferent fans of sculptures visitors to decrypt. Fortunately of small information boards are placed on each pedestal to give some explanations. I'm not really sensitive to this ' Art says modern "but I recognize that the fact that these works are in the middle of this garden makes them less austere and more accessible, it is true in a pleasant setting with many trees and benches to sit. This museum is accessible by metro stations "Jussieu" lines No. 7 and 10 and "Sully-Morland" line n ° 7. There is very little known Parisians and tourists because located slightly away from the traditional tourist circuits. More reason to visit. This space is open year-round and 24 h/24
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  • A walk outdoors with a little poorly maintained sculptures, is cute the tour by being on the banks of the Seine (left side). If is this by the area there are that go, but not worth the penalty approach is exclusively for this.
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  • It is on the quai Saint-Bernard, on the left bank of the Seine, between the Pont de Sully and Pont de Austerlitz. A museum open air, with the parts without fences is or perimeters. It's a beautiful walk stuck to the shore of the River, with lots of vegetation, very well maintained and ornate, according to Tino-Rossi garden along different paths.
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