Kneebone's porcelain sculptures—with their promiscuous profusion of figurative elements that are little more than penises and vaginas with legs—obviously take some inspiration from Rodin (especially his Gates of Hell), so it seems only natural to pair pieces by the two artists, as the Brooklyn Museum does here.
"Rachel Kneebone: Regarding Rodin"
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