Reproducing Rodin's genius: Paris museum has an enterprising strategy for survival
As cultural institutions scramble to make up for lost revenues during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Rodin museum in Paris is mining a crucial source of funding. It's the only museum in France that's allowed to reproduce and sell some of the work on show, allowing it to survive without any state subsidies.
Also, our reporters head to Normandy, where the Second World War memorial at Caen is hosting an exhibition of postwar abstract art, and we check out the multidisciplinary world of graphic artist Enki Bilal.
Plus, funnyman Louis de Funès is the subject of a retrospective at the Cinémathèque Française and comics of a different kind are in the spotlight at the Picasso museum in Paris.
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