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Rodin at UMMA

Rodin at UMMA

Art or commodity?

From the June, 2003 issue

The nearly claustrophobic exhibit of sixty-three Auguste Rodin sculptures crammed into two second-floor galleries at the U-M Museum of Art, swarming with visitors on the weekday I visited, left me with mixed feelings: awe at the beauty of Rodin's expressive modeling of the body, and queasiness that these treasures aren't displayed in a spacious hall that

 
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