I often visit the Jardin du Luxembourg to reflect and create. Frequently, I also find myself visiting the nearby former studio of Russian-born artist Ossip Zadkine, whose work is a dialogue between wood, stone, cement, and earth. Visitors are able to do something peculiar at this museum: touch the artwork! Ossip Zadkine wanted the visually impaired to experience the beauty of sculpture.
This is one of the most intimate museums in Paris, a rare peaceful, almost secret corner where you can also get a good dose of modern art. The former studio of Russian-born Cubist sculptor Ossip Zadki
Easy to miss, but I hope you won't! This museum is housed in the home & atelier where Zadkine lived and sculpted from 1928-1967. The gardens were designed especially to showcase his sculptures.
“Nice café, a bit old-fashioned but typically Parisian with extensive and good homemade food offer, nice garçons de café”
“The Théâtre du Lucernaire is a great and typical independant cultural centre with up to 9 theatre shows per night, a cinema, a restaurant, a bar and a small bookshop.”
“museum bourdelle is for me a poetic museum with beautifull scuplture, and it is a free museum!”
“Montparnasse boulevard has the most cinemas per m² in the country. Les Sept Parnassiens is my favorite cinema for independant movies. ”