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September 2, 2009

El escultor Constantin Brancusi en Yareah magazine

Filed under: cultura — Tags: , , — isabeldelrio @ 5:59 pm

Constantin Brancusi (Hobita, 1876- Paris, 1957) realizó tres esculturas gigantescas de piedra en 1937 en Targu-Jiu (también se escribe Tirgu-Jiu). Simbolizan el curso de la vida:
La Mesa del Silencio. Doce sillas en torno a una mesa redonda sin gente introducen a los visitantes en este fantástico lugar: árboles y calma.
La Puerta del Beso está realizada en mármol y representa el triunfo del amor y el comienzo de la vida.
La Columna del Cielo superpone diecisiete piezas romboidales para conformar una columna de 30 metros de altura que dirige nuestros pensamientos al Cielo.

Leer más:

http://www.yareah.com/magazine/index.php/arts-arte/436-sculptural-ensemble-in-targu-jiu-romania-by-constantin-brancusi-conjunto-escultorico-de-targu-jiu-rumania-realizado-por-constantin-brancusi

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