||||||||Soulages himself sat on the judging panel for the architecture competition|The building is a clever interpretation of Soulages’ art|94-year-old Soulages in one of the gallery spaces|Each space was designed to suit Soulages various works|The artist is best known for exploring how light reflects off the colour black|The museum houses 500 works donated by Soulages to the city of Rodez|Daylight levels are controlled in the galleries to protect the more fragile works||
05 Nov 2014

Rust & Dust: a museum for Pierre Soulages

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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