The legend of the sculptor Constantin Brancusi is more alive than ever in his native Romania almost 60 years after his death. But some artists want to dust off the ways in which he is presented today.
There are different narratives. One is of Brancusi (pronounced bran-COO- zee) abroad, the student of Rodin whose work is recognized as groundbreaking around the world. But in Romania, his name is pronounced bren-COOSH, and is part of the image of the nation, adorning streets and schools and even coming up in the lyrics of a recent pop song. Read More via NYTimes.