MUSEE BOURDELLE

The Musée Bourdelle is the studio where Antoine Bourdelle lived and worked for four years. The museum takes up the whole space: apartments, studio and garden. The place was turned into a museum in 1949. Then two expansions were made by Henri Gautruche in 1961 and by Christian de Portzamparc in 1992. More than 500 sculpted works of art are scattered over the rooms and the garden of the museum. But many temporary exhibitions of contemporary artists are also presented : Luciano Fabro, Felice Varini, Henry Moore, Alain Séchas …

MUSEE BOURDELLE

16-18 rue Antoine Bourdelle 75015 Paris

01.49.54.73.73