The “Constantin Brâncuși” National Museum was established by Law no. 199/2015, but it was opened to the public, in 2020, on February 19, on Constantin Brancusi National Day.
The purpose of this institution is to promote and bring to the public’s attention the life and work of the sculptor Constantin Brâncuși, emphasizing the period when the “patriarch” of modern sculptures lived and worked in Gorj County.
Shortly, a documentation department – the library will be set up. It will include collections of books, publications and catalogues illustrating the exhaustive bibliography on the life and work of Constantin Brâncuși – specialized studies, monographs, studies of art history, albums, photographs, and documents. Studies, catalogues and albums will also be published.
The presentation site of the museum, comes in the natural completion of the physical location, taking into account the fact that a physical, integral exhibition of the Brancusian work is impossible. The aim is therefore the virtual reunion of all the works of the great artist, recreating at the same time, through images, the atmosphere in Constantin Brancusi’s studio.
The collection of information about the museum and the events organized under its auspices, but also the organization of materials in an intelligible and intuitive way to the user, were the exciting part of this project.
The Web Logistics team created a presentation website rich in press releases, media appearances, articles about events. Because the project is still in its infancy and in full swing, the Web Logistics team is proactively involved in updating the site, while also ensuring its maintenance.
From a technical point of view, it resulted in a well-organized website, with a modern and pleasant design that mirrors the activity of the institution. The website includes news on cultural events, temporary exhibitions of art pieces by the great sculptor, details about the graphics, painting and small sculpture camps for students of fine arts schools, in collaboration with the Union of Fine Artists and other cultural institutions.