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Brancusi

Constantin . 1876--1957, Romanian sculptor, noted for his streamlined abstractions of animal forms
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The life and the works of Constantin Brancusi are all about that about us all being part of the same, single, universal community: born into a peasant, traditional family in countryside Romania, he come to be known as "the patriarch of the modern sculpture", he made his first artistic steps in Romania, but became famous once he stepped out abroad to learn from and work with the masters of his time, his style is a blend of tradition/old and modernity/new, both in terms of materials (wood and stone vs metal) and motifs (simplicity of Romanian traditional patters vs elegance of modern lines)," said the ambassador.
Thus, although Godel proved his famous incompleteness theorem, he most obviously dreamed of surpassing the incompleteness, the imperfection of scientific theory, just as Brancusi had been engaged in a quest for infinite perfection in art.
It all started, in our view, from the portraits of Joyce that Brancusi made.
The Romanian artist, who, at the age of 27 left his village setting on foot for Paris, was quickly noticed by the great sculptor Auguste Rodin, who offered Brancusi an assistant's job at his workshop.
L'universite immortalise le nom emblematique de Constantin Brancusi.
If Brancusi was in good humor he was likely to invite his visitor to partake of a delicious Romanian style meal with an accompanying glass of Transylvanian wine.
Sleeping Girl' is one of the great masterpieces of the 20th century, counting iconic depictions of women by Pablo Picasso, Constantin Brancusi and Amedeo Modigliani among its peers," commented Tobias Meyer, Sotheby's Worldwide Head of Contemporary Art.
During her years in Paris, John met many of the leading artistic personalities of her time, including painters Matisse and Picasso and the sculptor Brancusi.
You can see what Brancusi saw in that form-- His Sculpture for
Inspired by diverse European artists such as Joan Miro, Paul Klee, Constantin Brancusi and Pablo Picasso, they created work (complete with poetic titles) that they termed 'objets' borrowing the French term.
It will include works by artists including Romare Bearden, Constantin Brancusi, Edward Burra, Renee Cox, Aaron Douglas,Walker Evans, Ellen Gallagher, David Hammons, Isaac Julien, Wilfredo Lam, Jacob Lawrence, Norman Lewis, Glenn Ligon, Ronald Moody,Wangechi Mutu, Uche Okeke, Pablo Picasso, Keith Piper, Tracey Rose and KaraWalker.
The MONEYworks Bronze and Art Exhibition bringing the works of Picasso and Brancusi to our emperor hall will surely add value to the lifestyle experience of residents and to its visitors.