Centre Pompidou, Place Georges Pompidou - 75004 Paris
From March 27, 2024 to July 1, 2024
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An exceptional exhibition devoted to the sculptor Constantin Brancusi at the Centre Pompidou in Paris

The Centre Pompidou in Paris presents a major exhibition dedicated to the sculptor Constantin Brancusi. The artist, who was born in Romania in 1876 and died in Paris in 1957, is considered the inventor of modern sculpture. The exhibition explores the sculptor's work and world through a themed visitor path, and some 200 sculptures, together with photographs, drawings, films, and archival documents. At the centre of the exhibition, the public can discover a reconstitution of a part of the sculptor’s studio, bequeathed by the artist to the Musée national d'Art modern. The studio was a creative and living place for Brancusi. A show not to miss, from 27 March to 1 July 2024.
From 11am to 9pm. From 11am to 11pm Thursday. Closed on Tuesday.
All public


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