A Heady Experience

Ever wonder what would happen if two of Paris' greatest art museums put their heads together? In a rare collaboration with the Louvre, the Pompidou Center's National Museum of Modern Art is hosting "Tête À  Tête," an exhibition dedicated to all facets of the human head. By juxtaposing works like a Cycladic marble (ca. 3,000 B.C.) and Constantin Brancusi's stylized bronze Sleeping Muse (1910), pictured, the exhibit, which runs through Sept. 4, invites visitors to consider the head as the birthplace of thought, emotion and identity. Dominating the exhibit foyer is a giant sculpture, Cosmos (2001), by contemporary French artist Boris...

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