Walking to Paris

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The 27 year old Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi walked from Romania to Paris in 1903 and 1904 as a preparation and prelude to becoming the most important sculptor of the 20th century. Brancusi leaves his small village of Hobitza, south of the Carpathian Mountains and walks through Romania, Hungary, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and parts of France to arrive in Paris, the metropolis of world culture for the first three decades of the 1900s. He walks in spring, summer, winter and autumn, treading the landscape away from the beaten track, experiencing sights, having adventures, suffering hardships, looking, touching and feeling the world as a preparation of what is to come for him.


  • Image Andrea Scarduzio
    Andrea Scarduzio
  • Image Andrea Zirio
    Andrea Zirio
  • Image Anina Mutter
    Anina Mutter
  • Image Carla Juri
    Carla Juri
  • Image Emun Elliott
    Emun Elliott
  • Image Geraldine Breuleux
    Geraldine Breuleux
  • Image Jacopo Uccella
    Jacopo Uccella
  • Image Judith Niethammer
    Judith Niethammer
  • Image Manuela Biedermann
    Manuela Biedermann
  • Image Margherita Schoch
    Margherita Schoch
  • Image Paolo Bernardini
    Paolo Bernardini
  • Image Rachele Trovatelli
    Rachele Trovatelli
  • Image Thomas Haak Wegmann
    Thomas Haak Wegmann
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