"I paint and sculpt to get a grip on reality… to protect myself." - Alberto Giacometti

"I paint and sculpt to get a grip on reality… to protect myself." - Alberto Giacometti by Gordon Parks

Alberto Giacometti. Homme qui chavire/ Falling Man. 1950. Bronze, 60 x 22 x 36 cm. Avignon, Musée Calvet (Depot Musée d’Orsay).

Alberto Giacometti Homme qui chavire/Falling Man 1950 Bronze, 60 x 22 x 36 cm “Space does not exist, it has to be created… Every sculpture based on the assumption that space exists is wrong;

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Head of Diego II. - Alberto Giacometti (note composition of paint stopping just below neck, forming arch)

Giacometti. one of the most beautiful drawings I've ever seen

Alberto Giacometti (Switzerland) Week like the way he has drawn the body as a series of flat planes. This captures the depth of the body really successfully and the gesture of the figure is described well.

Alberto Giacometti, Le chien

Lecture 9 - Feeling with Our Eyes—Texture and Light: Giacometti, Alberto. The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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