An art space at Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport has been given a January 15 opening.
Located in the brand new S4 satellite building, the 250-square-meter gallery, called Espace Musées, will showcase art pieces lent by major Parisian museums.
The Rodin museum will be the first to lend a few of its masterpieces to the airport for an exhibit called "Rodin - The Wings of Glory." Some 50 paintings and sculptures will be shown to travelers.
The temporary event will run for six months before being replaced by another exhibit.
This story was posted on Tue, January 8, 2013
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