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Unpacking Camille Claudel: Curators in Conversation at Getty Center

Curators Will Guide Insightful Discussion of Acclaimed Artist’s Legacy

Curators from renowned institutions across the globe are set to delve into sculptor Camille Claudel’s artistic legacy. A special event titled “Unpacking Camille Claudel: Curators in Conversation” will take place at the Getty Center on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, at 2:00 pm. You can get tickets here or register to attend via Zoom here

The event, which will be held in the Museum Lecture Hall, promises an insightful discussion of Claudel’s work. It marks the first comprehensive North American exhibition dedicated solely to her art in 35 years. The exhibition offers a rare retrospective of the acclaimed artist’s body of work, featuring over 60 sculptures showcasing Claudel’s diverse range of genres, formats, and materials.

Co-curators Anne-Lise Desmas from the Getty Museum and Emerson Bowyer from the Art Institute of Chicago will lead the conversation, offering unique perspectives on the challenges and intricacies involved in assembling an exhibition of such magnitude. Cécile Bertran, chief curator and director of the Musée Camille Claudel in Nogent-sur-Seine, France, will join them, providing invaluable insights into Claudel’s life and artistic journey.

The discussion will delve into various aspects, including the development of the Musée Camille Claudel, artworks that were unable to travel to the United States due to their fragility, and the exploration of lost works. Through this dialogue, attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of Claudel’s remarkable achievements during her most prolific years.

The event, which is free to attend, requires advance registration for both in-person and online participation. Those interested can secure their tickets by clicking “Get Tickets” for in-person attendance or registering via Zoom to watch the event online.

“Unpacking Camille Claudel: Curators in Conversation” serves as a fitting complement to the ongoing exhibition “Camille Claudel” at the Getty Center. The exhibition galleries are open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., allowing visitors to further explore Claudel’s captivating artistry.

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