Constantin Brancusi, L'Oiseau dans l'espace, 1936

Constantin Brancusi, L'Oiseau dans l'espace, 1936

“They are imbeciles who call my work abstract. That which they call abstract is the most realistic, because what is real is not the exterior, but the idea, the essence of things.” - Constantin Brancusi

Brancusi “They are imbeciles who call my work abstract. That which they call abstract is the most realistic, because what is real is not the exterior, but the idea, the essence of things.

Constantin Brancusi Atelier Brancusi  Place George Pompidou near rue Rambuteau 75004

Constantin Brancusi Atelier Brancusi Place George Pompidou near rue Rambuteau 75004

Constantin BRANCUSI, L'Oiseau dans l'espace [Bird in space]

Constantin BRANCUSI (Romanian sculptor), L'Oiseau dans l'espace [Bird in space]

scandinaviancollectors:  Constantin Brâncuși studio in Paris (1876-1957). Source: Pinterest

Brancusi Constantin Brancusi was a Romanian sculptor who trained initially as a carpenter and stonemason. He settled in Paris in 1904 where his early influences included African as well as oriental art.

lanemarinho: “ Atelier Brancusi, Paris . ”

Multiple pieces by Brancusi. Love the way he seems to have achieved the perfect synthesis of art and decor, and I mean the latter with respect and not as some kind of jibe.

Falling Garden - San Staë church on the Canale Grande, 50th Biennial of Venice, 2003

Falling Garden installation created by Swiss artists Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger for the Biennial of Venice in San Staë church on the Canale Grande

soo sunny park - installation of "unwoven light" 2013

"soo sunny park - installation of "unwoven light" Beautiful installation, judging by the transparent colorful material used i bet that this installation would be awesome in direct sunlight.

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