Martin Gayford

Rodin was as modern as Magritte and Dali, but more touching and troubling than either

Plus: the Barbican's Dubuffet retrospective reveal him to be a true radical and fizzing with ideas that still look fresh 70 years later

Show of hands: ‘Limbs’, c. 1880-1917, by Auguste Rodin. Credit: Musée Rodin. Photo © agence

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