Jérôme Neutres's monograph is a comprehensive overview of Brancusi's art in the United States – from his controversial debut at the 1913 Armory Show through the 2013 exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery. Brancusi's trips to the U.S. are detailed; and we learn of the artist's American muses, his earliest patrons, and the key early collectors who secured his reputation within the States. Brancusi's photos of his own works are reproduced, along with copious archival photos and documents, and plate photography of the works cast for the 2013 exhibition. Theodor Nicol of the Brancusi Estate contributes an insightful introduction. Published by Assouline.
Hardcover, 144 pages. 13 x 10 inches / 33 x 25 cm.