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CFHILL is proud to present the third edition of Ten by Ten, a gathering of ten works of art from different periods and places. The criteria for the selection is that the work reflects a particular high point in an artist’s production.

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The Renaissance and the Physical Body

CFHILL is proud to present the third edition of Ten by Ten, a gathering of ten works of art from different periods and places. The criteria for the selection is that the work reflects a particular high point in an artist’s production. The oldest piece in the exhibition is the sculpture of a woman by Edgar Degas. Degas was perhaps the most single-minded of the …

The Renaissance and the Physical Body

CFHILL is proud to present the third edition of Ten by Ten, a gathering of ten works of art from different periods and places. The criteria for the selection is that the work reflects a particular high point in an artist’s production. The oldest piece in the exhibition is the sculpture of a woman by Edgar Degas. Degas was perhaps the most single-minded of the famous impressionists, with his obsession with the female body in motion. In Ten by Ten, “Femme surprise”, from the early 1900s, meets up with another liberated 70s figure: Niki de Saint Phalle’s …