Universally recognized as the father of modern sculpture, Constantin Brancusi and his minimalist style brought about a total break with the artistic canons of the past. He propelled sculpture into the new world of abstraction and became, with Giacometti, the greatest sculptor of the 20th century. From March 27 to July 1, 2024, Centre Pompidou presents an exceptional retrospective, the largest Brancusi show ever assembled — nearly 200 sculptures, as well as photographs, drawings, films, furniture and objects from his studio.
In conjunction with this important exhibition, producer Olivier Mille – who last year presented his film on Joan Mitchell at the Arts Arena – will return with the documentary Brancusi, les métamorphoses de la sculpture (2024)by Alain Fleischer and produced by Mille with Artline Films, ARTE France, Le Fresnoy-Centre Pompidou. A Q&A with the audience will follow the screening.