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6 February 2014

New work by Brancusi discovered

A French private collector bought a small sculpture of a child’s head at an auction. The dream of every collector came true: the plaster sculpture turned out to be a work by Constantin Brancusi. ‘Tête d’enfant endormie’ (1906-1907) will be shown for the first time in Rotterdam. READ ON...

Constantin Brancusi, Tête d’enfant endormie, 1906-1907. Plaster, dark colored, 10,8 x 13,6 x 15,2 cm. Pedestal: wood, height 5,8 cm, diameter 21 cm. Private collection.
Constantin Brancusi, Tête d’enfant endormie, 1906-1907. Plaster, dark colored, 10,8 x 13,6 x 15,2 cm. Pedestal: wood, height 5,8 cm, diameter 21 cm. Private collection.


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Activities during Brancusi, Rosso, Man Ray

The museum has organised an exciting programme of activities and special offers around the exhibition ‘Brancusi, Rosso, Man Ray - Framing Sculpture’. READ ON...

Visitors with multimedia tour. Photo: Fred Ernst
Visitors with multimedia tour. Photo: Fred Ernst


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Valentine’s kiss

Take your sweetheart to the museum on Valentine’s Day to see Brancusi’s world-famous sculpture ‘The Kiss’. READ ON...

Constantin Brancusi, Le Baiser (The Kiss), 1907-1908. Stone carving, 28 x 26 x 21,5 cm. Muzeul de Arta, Craiova, Romenia.
Constantin Brancusi, Le Baiser (The Kiss), 1907-1908. Stone carving, 28 x 26 x 21,5 cm. Muzeul de Arta, Craiova, Romenia.


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More new exhibitions

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen opens two contemporary art exhibitions at the end of February. READ ON...

Alexandra Bircken, Aprilia, 2013. Motorbike fragment and metal foot each. Collection Philipp and Christina Schmitz-Morkramer. Courtesy: BQ, Berlin; Herald St, London. Photo: Roman Maerz, Berlin.
Alexandra Bircken, Aprilia, 2013. Motorbike fragment and metal foot each. Collection Philipp and Christina Schmitz-Morkramer. Courtesy: BQ, Berlin; Herald St, London. Photo: Roman Maerz, Berlin.


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