Musée Maillol, Paris
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Visit Musée Maillol, a gem of an art museum, to see enthralling pieces, such as a painting by Henri Rousseau and the work of Maillol. As you meander through the displays of drawings, paintings, and sculptures, ask about special visiting exhibits featuring famous artworks. Plan to see Musée Maillol and other attractions that appeal to you using our Paris trip itinerary maker.
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Très belle expo, vraiment à voir. Ben est surtout célèbre pour ses écritures mais son œuvre ne se limite pas à ça et l'expo le montre bien. Très intéressantVery nice expo, really to see. Ben is especially famous for his writings, but his work is not limited to it and the expo shows. Very interestingshow original
L'accueil est charmant et disponible. L'expo temporaire de Ben (Benjamin Vautier) est à voir tant pour son côté "syndrome de Diogène" et les nombreuses accumulations mais aussi pour les "écritures" de... read more »The home is available. The temporary exhibition of Ben (Benjamin Vautier) is to see both for his side "Diogenes syndrome" and numerous buildups but also for the "writings" of the artist completely apart for more than 40 years and the "Fluxus" movement. A few hilarious associations also. to see but if you laugh at first, Ben also offers material for reflection on life, death, art, society in general and its ridiculous aspects. Really to see. In a very different style, works of Aristide Maillol (painting and sculpture) are exposed very intelligently and we discover this artist's career at a time crucial hinge of history of Art, time in which he played a role.show original
We were encourage by the reopening of the musee and hopeful for the expansion of the permanent collection. There is a temporary exhibition of a street artist Ben on display at present. Not our cup of ... read more »
Réalise de super expositions temporaires.
This Museum is just one block from the Rue de Bac Metro station (the Google map is wrong) Walk south on Rue de Bac and at the Grenelle turn left and it is across the street. A wonderful collection presented by his once model, Dina Vierny.
Closed until 17 sep
Jean-Marc FoulquierWonderful private museum which is moving towards Italian exhibitions. A dream. Very original exhibitions, very well made, very informative, very rewarding. Good home. Good restaurant. It's all good. Super timetables, including Tuesday when museums are closed!show original
Butkovic igorWhile the Museum is tiny but the temporary exhibitions are well chosen tellemeent, celel on the vanities or painters Russians were extra then I suggest you d go kill an hour or two on Sunday afternoon not not serz disappointed at allshow original
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