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

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For almost a hundred years, from around 1874 until 1970 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 250 artists, from academic sculptor Alfred Boucher to Argentine performance artist Marta Minujín. Amongst the best known were; Eva Aeppli, William Copley, André Del Debbio, Max Ernst, Jasper Johns, Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne, James Metcalf, Isamu Noguchi, Larry Rivers, Niki de Saint-Phalle and Jean Tinguely.

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Jean Tinguely und Claude Lalanne, Impasse Ronsin, ca. 1960
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