Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos and several members of the Cabinet admired before the Government meeting the 20 photographs of works by Constantin Brancusi, exhibited on Thursday and Friday in the Central Hallway of the Victoria Palace.
The Government marks through this exhibition 140 years since the birth of the visionary Romanian sculptor.
“This year we mark for the first time the Brancusi Day, a moral repair to this great sculptor, a Romanian by birth, but universal through his creation. I have recently had the opportunity to see his works again, at the Brancusi Workshop in Paris, and I experienced a great joy and pride. However, his works at Targu Jiu are at hand, a must-see for all of us, and I invite particularly the youth to thus discover the Romanian authentic values,” Premier Dacian Ciolos said, according to a Government release.
The 20 photographs were provided by the ‘Constantin Brancusi’ research, documentation and promotion centre.