For the first time in a museum exhibition, Auguste Rodin's (1840 - 1917) and Hans Arp's (1886 - 1966) enter into dialogue. The groundbreaking work of the great innovator of late 19th century sculpture meets the influential work of a protagonist of the 20th century abstract sculpture. Both artists are characterised by a unique artistic innovation and joy of experimentation.
In addition to the iconic works by both artists, the exhibition brings together lesser-known works that make their artistic relationship all the more vivid. While the exhibition focuses on Rodin and Arp's sculptures, it will also include Arp's reliefs, as cwell as drawings and collages by both artists.
The package from Basel Tourism includes entry to the collection of the Fondation Beyeler, hotel accommodation in your selected category and the BaselCard, which offers you additional discounts on many cultural activities.