Brancusi New York: 1913-2013
written by Jerome Neutres
Assouline | ISBN 9781614281962
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The pure, abstract sculptures made by Constantin Brancusi have had a large and enthusiastic audience in New York ever since they were first shown on American soil at the 1913 Armory Show. The numerous American collectors, muses, friends, and exhibitions that enabled his success had a profound influence on the eccentric Romanian artist who lived in Paris. And the feeling was definitely reciprocated. From the trial concerning his Bird in Space, which helped define modern art, to his first museum retrospective, and his dream of a skyscraper sculpture, New York was the place where Brancusi s career unfolded. Over the last one hundred years his effect on the city s art scene has never waned.
Through stunning archival images and text by art curator Jerome Neutres, Brancusi New York tells the story of the mutually beneficial relationship between the sculptor and the Big Apple. The book also features gorgeous new photographs of the five bronze sculptures on display at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York for the exhibition Brancusi in New York: 1913 2013.
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