Remembering Impasse Ronsin #3
Vidéo | Interview avec Karen Moller

Karen Moller, designer, author and style icon of the 60s recalls the encounters with the Parisian art scene in Impasse Ronsin and how she tried to catch a glimpse of Constantin Brâncuși's studio.

Impasse Ronsin. Murder, Love, and Art in the Heart of Paris

More than a hundred years, from around 1864 until 1971 the Impasse Ronsin in Paris was home to a warren of studios used by wide variety of artists with very different backgrounds and approaches. This curious cul-de-sac hidden away in Montparnasse served as home and atelier to some 220 artists, from academic sculptor Alfred Boucher to Argentine performance artist Marta Minujín.

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