Auguste Rodin - Camille Claudel6 July - 22 September 1996

In the New Wing of the Museum an exhibition with works by two great sculptors of the nineteenth century was presented: 18 water-colours and 55 sculptures by Auguste Rodin, together with 10 sculptures by Camille Claudel. While giving emphasis to Rodin's work, the exhibition aimed at presenting aspects from all the phases of the artists' œuvre, including works created during the long relationship between them, works which reveal the mutual influence that each one's sculpture exerted on the other's.

The exhibits were lent by museums, foundations and private collections abroad, mainly from France and Switzerland. A fully illustrated bilingual (Greek, French) catalogue was also published in the context of the exhibition.