From the Archives: James Johnson Sweeney on Constantin Brancusi’s ‘Imaginative Subtlety,’ in 1955

Few European artists in the first half of the 20th century worked in as minimal a mode as Constantin Brancusi, whose sculptures offered combinations of stripped-down materials that, in the artist’s eyes, resembled birds and mythical beings. Some of these … Read More

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