Teatrul National Marin Sorescu

Since 2016, on 19 February, the "Constantin Brancusi" National Day is celebrated.

Born on 19 February 1876 in the village of Hobița (Peștișani commune) in Gorj county, Brâncuși graduated from the School of Arts and Crafts in Craiova in 1898 and, in 1902, from the National School of Fine Arts in Bucharest. In 1907 he exhibited his works for the first time at the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts and at the Salonne d'Automne in Paris, where he later settled and where he died on 16 March 1957...

 

From Endless Column, Kiss Gate, Chairs Alley and Table of Silence , elements of the Monumental Ensemble "Heroes' Path" from Tg Jiu and up to the "essence of flight" in the series "Masters" " In bronze and marble, his creation embodies a true vision of the world, remaining in the world plastic" the undisputed model of the century ending, as well as the next ", according to the volume" Members of the Romanian Academy / 1866-2003 ”.

 

The work of Constantin Brâncuși, considered one of the greatest sculptors of the twentieth century, will be honored on Friday, February 19, 2021, on the 145th anniversary of his birth by the National Theater "Marin Sorescu" in Craiova with a program dedicated to this important event.

Starting at 6.30 pm, the message of Mr. Bogdan Gheorghiu, the Minister of Culture, will be projected on the glazed surface of the building, followed by audio-video materials with the works of the great creator and at 7:00 pm in Amza Pellea the interpretation of Cerasela Iosifescu

 

Tickets for the show are available at the Theater Agency-information at tel: 0251 413677; 0251413363 and online at https://ebilet.tncms.ro/ebilet .

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