Tate Modern Private view

Members Private View: The Making of Rodin

white plaster cast of a hand

Auguste Rodin Main droite de Pierre et Jacques de Wissant 1885–86 Musée Rodin, S.00332

Discover the experimental works of Auguste Rodin

Rodin is best known for working with marble and bronze, but he also broke classical sculpture rules. This is the first major exhibition to focus on the importance of plaster in Rodin’s works. The presentation evokes the feeling of being in the studio with plaster casts in all sizes. Many of the over 200 works on display are being shown outside of France for the first time.

Make a night of it and stop by the Members Bar for drinks and spectacular views over London.

Not a Private View Member yet? Email members@tate.org.uk to upgrade your membership and enjoy exclusive previews and private views of major London exhibitions.

Tate Modern

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
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Dates

3 August 2021 at 18.45–21.30

21 September 2021 at 18.45–21.30