Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957) – Brancusi’s photographs
The exhibition devoted to the photographic work of Constantin, held at Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, from April 26th to June 26th 1995
It includes 80 original photographs, as Brancusi always wanted to photograph his works himself, he had done so as early as 1905, long before meeting Man Ray, whose legend would pretend that he ‘taught’ him photography
The artwork represented on the poster is ‘Mademoiselle Pogany’ – Bronze – 1933, created and photographed by Brancusi
Rare original exhibition poster, signed in the plate, printed by Ateliers Busson, Paris
Brancusi is one of the most influential modern Western sculptors, such as Maillol, Zadkine or Giacometti.
Very beautiful new wooden frame