Romania has a unique ambassador in the world in the artist Constantin Brancusi, who continues to represent us with great honour even after his passing away, Minister of Culture Bogdan Gheorghiu says in a message on February 19, Constantin Brancusi National Day. "Today, February 19, marks the 145th birth anniversary of the great sculptor Constantin Brancusi.
The work of Constantin Brancusi, the Romanian who belongs to the world, is still relevant today because it is about essence, says academician Razvan Theodorescu, head of the Department of Arts, Architecture and Audiovisual of the Romanian Academy. "Brancusi's work is still relevant today because it is about essence. And the essences are always relevant.
The national exhibition of pencil and charcoal drawings "Meeting with Brancusi," which includes works belonging to pupils from several counties in the country, but also from the diaspora, will be organized on Friday in the "Endless Column" Park, on the occasion of the 145th anniversary of the sculptor's birth.
The exhibition of Japanese prints "Celebrities in the Floating World", opened on Friday, at the National Museum of Romanian Literature, proves once again that the interest in Japan was a part of our modernity, said Academician Razvan Theodorescu, Vice-President of the Romanian Academy. "There is this phenomenon which proves that the interest in Japan was a part of our modernity.
Ljubljana – A group of public figures from social and political spheres has called on politicians, media and opinion leaders to de-escalate tensions, bridge the divides and meet the current challenges together. They also warned about what they see as months-long political and media campaign that does not contribute to a more effective response to the pandemic.