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Re: Pablo Picasso's sculptures got x-rayed

Maybe I'm missing the obvious (maybe it's because I don't speak French),
but I can't seem to find any of the Picasso x-rays on either of those
sites.  Are they up there somewhere, or is it a tease to get us to go see
the show?

If anyone's interested, here are a few more links to x-ray art:

Interesting stuff.  I've been drooling over x-ray machines on eBay for a
few months now; I think it would be a lot of fun to do something like

Camden Hardy


On Mon, September 25, 2006 3:41 am, Ryuji Suzuki wrote:
> I sent this news out to my friends but I forgot to send it to this
> list, which is probably most interesting place to share this news.
> French national Picasso museum in Paris started an interesting
> exhibiton, where x-ray and CT scan images of Picasso's sculptures,
> mostly from 1920 to 1950s, are shown. CT is a heavily post-processed
> version of x-ray image, which can provide image of a slice of the
> specimen rather than seeing through the entire thickness of the
> specimen.
> The artist's website:
> http://www.x-lucchesi.com/
> He seems to have used radiographic images for other things as well...
> click on "expos finalisées" and then "musée rayons x" and then click on
> the ">" sign to see a few.
> Photographies Xavier Lucchesi
> Du 20 septembre 2006 au 8 janvier 2007
> Tous les jours sauf le mardi
> de 9h30 à 18h00 jusqu'au 30 septembre
> et de 9h30 à 17h30 à partir du 1er octobre.
> http://www.musee-picasso.fr/homes/home_id23985_u1l2.htm
> You can find press release in PDF form from this link, but they don't
> seem to have any image. You can see an image here:
> http://www.asahi.com/culture/update/0922/022.html