The photographer had carte blanche to draw a portrait of the works of the Institut Giacometti in Paris. An intimate and secret correspondence between images, sculptures of the creator. The photograph that greets the visitor at the entrance of the Giacometti Institute – a beautiful art deco building from the beginning of the 20th century – is a completely blurred image. A blur obviously desired by the photographer who captured a fragment of the sculptor’s studio. This blur says how moving and difficult it is to approach with another eye the work of this titan of the twentieth century, Alberto...
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