Form 19 July 2004 to 16 January 2005 at the Guggenheim Hermitage Las Vegas.
A broad exhibition about the pleasures of life. The exhibit is divided in four groups, one of them is called “Flirtation and Romance”. One of the works displayed is Romeo and Juliet from Auguste Rodin.
“Flirtation and Romance,” introduces more intimate pleasures, moving, as it were, from the restaurant to the bedroom. Cupid controls this territory, which includes everything from raucous drunks grasping for girlfriends to frolics in rococo gardens fit for Marie Antoinette. As all of these painters and sculptors show us, there are as many ways to pursue pleasure as there are to look at art.