Art in Public Spaces

By Aurelien Breeden
Published February 12, 2013


ROISSY, France -- When Steve and Kimberly Kulpanowski arrived at the Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport to fly home to Detroit, they could not believe their luck.

They had tried to take in as much of Paris as they could, including a Christmas dinner at the Eiffel Tower, but they had missed the sculptures of Auguste Rodin. After checking in and going through security, though, they found Rodin's work in a most unexpected spot: in a small gallery tucked away between a Bulgari store and a cafe, on the way to their gate.

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