These Creatives Turned Brancusi's Endless Column Into an Endless Scroll on Instagram

Modern art meets the digital age

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Ever heard of Constantin Brancusi’s Endless Column?

The work of art is a single symmetrical piece, composed of truncated pyramids—like a series of bases—that connect to form a continuous line. Brancusi made multiple versions of the work using different elements, but the first, cut directly out of oak, lives at MoMA. Endless Column is among the projects that helped define modern abstract sculpture.

But of course, it wasn’t endless. (Sadly, we just don’t have enough oak.)

In the hope of introducing the work to younger generations, Romanian creatives Alex Eftimie and Mihai Botarel have taken Endless Column and given it a life more suited to its name.



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