L'homme qui marche - Alberto Giacometti
With Walking Man, Giacometti succeeded in concentrating the suggestive energy of his oeuvre to epitomise the most powerful aspiration of his time : to humanise the world, history and art.
This fully illustrated catalogue tells the story of that oeuvre, one of 20th Century's most recognisable works of art. The genealogy of the motif is traced back, from the Walking Woman of the Surrealist period, to the icons created in 1959-1960. New texts expand on the richness of that motif going back to Antiquity and document Giacometti's creative approach from one variation to the next.
Bilingual version French /English
- 23.5 x 17
- éditions Fage