Though he hailed from a small town in Romania, Constantin Brancusi would, over the course of his career, skyrocket to become one of the most recognised modern artists of the 20th century. Redefining the role of sculpture in the modern age, Brancusi toyed with the most minimal means of conjuring a representative form. In doing so, he encouraged an entire generation of novel sculptural approaches and thus is seen today as one of the essential artistic voices of the age. New York’s Museum of Modern Art featured Brancusi in their “Artist Series” publication, a handy resource for an insightful snapshot of the artist’s career. Read more here.