Rodin Istanbul’da

To follow up the great success of Picasso Istanbul’da the Sakip Sabancı museum now has another impressive exhibition, this time on the French sculpturer Rodin. Even though I found the Picasso exhibtion very well wrought and historically interesting my main lesson that time was to never study Picassos art again.

Because I’m truly a fan of understanding of what I am seeing. the Rodin exhibition is the opposite of that, consisting mainly of his sculptures , which with both naturalism and playfullness describe human bodies. As a bonus, this time you actually don’t have to stand in line for an hour before being let in.

So go to Emirgan and watch the works of someone who has spent his life considering the human body. It’s worth both the minibus (or whatever your economy allows) ride and the ticket.

1 Comment so far

  1. Sven Holmström (unregistered) on July 18th, 2006 @ 8:02 am

    I just beacme aware of some special offers from the museum. People who live or work in Emirgan can go in for free. But you have to get the invitation from your Muhtar in some way.

    More interesting was that on Fridays disabled people are especially welcome and blind persons have a special permission to get an idea of the statues by touching the. There should also be text written in Braille on the plints. (All this information from http://www.mymerhaba.com)



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