March 28th to July 27th 2014, Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin
This landmark exhibition at the Alte Nationalgalerie is the first retrospective exhibition of Rembrandt Bugatti’s work to be held at a major museum world-wide. On show at Berlin’s impressive National Gallery will be over 100 bronze sculptures, drawings and documents relating to the life and career of Bugatti. The Sladmore Gallery has collaborated with the museum director Philipp Demandt in the organisation of the exhibition, loaning bronzes from our own collections, but also facilitating loans from our international private collectors throughout the world. The exhibition is a rare opportunity to view a vast array of normally hidden works by this impressionist Animalier sculptor and gives this extraordinary artist the recognition within the museum world that he deserves.
Catalogue: Rembrandt Bugatti- The Sculptor 1884-1916, by Philipp Demandt and Anke Daemgen, available here
For a link to the exhibition, please click here