Constantin Brancusi

At Bozar Brussels


Brancusi Constantin, Muse endormie, 1910 © Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI, © Sabam Belgium, 2019
Until January 12, 2020
The flagship event of EUROPALIA ROMANIA is a prestigious exhibition devoted to Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957), one of the most influential sculptors of the 20th century.
This will be the first time a solo exhibition highlighting the work of this particularly versatile artist will take place in Brussels - the last retrospective was organised in Paris almost 25 years ago.
Brancusi is a key figure in the history of art; he is considered to be a pioneer of modernism.
The exhibition presents masterpieces by Brancusi from museums and private collections around the world, including ‘Sleeping Muse’ ‘The Kiss,’ and ‘Leda.’
Several pieces will be showcased for the first time alongside works by Rodin under whom Brancusi briefly studied.
Detail of the reconstruction of Brancusi's Studio in Paris today
Constantin Brancusi, Autoportrait dans l’atelier les Colonnes sans fin I à IV, Le Poisson (1930), Léda (1926), +- 1934 © Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI, Dist.RMN-Grand Palais - Philippe Migeat, Sabam Belgium
The reconstruction of Brancusi's Studio in Paris today