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  1. 1 of 5 Summary of Alberto Giacometti Alberto Giacometti's remarkable career traces the shifting enthusiasms of European art before and after the Second World War. As a Surrealist in the 1930s, he devised innovative sculptural forms, sometimes reminiscent of toys and games.

    • Swiss
    • October 10, 1901
    • Stampa, Graubunden, Switzerland
    • January 11, 1966
  2. After World War II, Giacometti created his most famous sculptures: his extremely tall and slender figurines. These sculptures were subject to his individual viewing experience—between an imaginary yet real, a tangible yet inaccessible space. [9] In Giacometti's whole body of work, his painting constitutes only a small part.

    • Swiss
    • The School of Fine Arts, Geneva
  3. After World War II, Giacometti created his most famous sculptures: his extremely tall and slender figurines. These sculptures were subject to his individual viewing experience—between an imaginary yet real, a tangible yet inaccessible space. In Giacometti's whole body of work, his painting constitutes only a small part.

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  5. Nov 2, 2016 · Alberto Giacometti, the man who created a tribe of slender bronze aliens, now to be seen in museums around the world, also created at one point surrealist sculptures and labyrinth-like architectural spaces. Discover the eight pieces that will help you understand the modern master’s evolution. Spoon Woman

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    • October 10, 1901
    • January 11, 1966
    • Woman with Her Throat Cut Alberto Giacometti 1932-1940.
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    • Portrait of woman Alberto Giacometti 1965.
    • Carolina Alberto Giacometti 1965.
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