Our friend, the English artist and photographer John Constantin Brancusi Moore (* 1934), died in his home near Paris in November 2016.
HIs parents, the father of modern sculpture, Constantin Brancusi, and the famous Schumann interpreter Vera Moore, created him as a ‘child of art’. He inherited his father in the passion for photography and art-technology. Never recognised officially by the titan born at Hobita, Gorj County, Moore lived in France with the still living memory of the times passing by.
As a very close friend of Alain Bernadain he worked e.g. for and inspired the famous cabaret Crazy Horse.
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