work: Objects: Renoir: The Body and the Senses

Renoir: The Body The Senses was an exhibition that followed the long and fascinating career of Pierre-Auguste Renoir through one of his most common subjects, the nude. Although he is most famous for Impressionist works, the exhibition featured lesser known dimensions of the artist—starting with Realism and culminating in modern classicism— showing that Renoir’s style was actually varied and constantly evolving. At the heart of theexhibition, the show featured a round gallery space displaying multiple studies for a single painting, off ering a moment of pause and reflection. Also featured in the exhibition were large scale wall murals and a timeline.
Renoir: The Body and the Senses

Renoir: The Body The Senses was an exhibition that followed the long and fascinating career of Pierre-Auguste Renoir through one of his most common subjects, the nude. Although he is most famous for Impressionist works, the exhibition featured lesser known dimensions of the artist—starting with Realism and culminating in modern classicism— showing that Renoir’s style was actually varied and constantly evolving. At the heart of the 

exhibition, the show featured a round gallery space displaying multiple studies for a single painting, off ering a moment of pause and reflection. Also featured in the exhibition were large scale wall murals and a timeline.