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May 24, 2019

Los Hermanos Giacometti por James Lord

Titulo del libro: Los Hermanos Giacometti

Autor: James Lord

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The genius of Alberto Giacometti is known by anyone interested in the art of the twentieth century. Not so the figure of Diego, who has always remained in the shadow of his bright brother. James Lord, a privileged witness of the artistic circles of Paris, met them both and had occasion to observe them in their natural habitat: the workshop they shared on rue Hippolyte-Maindron and the Montparnasse bistrots. The portrait drawn by Lord of the two brothers, built by the dialogues with one and the other, with Annette, Alberto"s wife, with the people of his inner circle and above all thanks to the Lord"s own affectionate and insightful gaze, At once disturbing and touching. From his arrival in Paris in 1925, Diego became an indispensable collaborator of the now famous Alberto, since he was the expert in plaster and forge techniques: there was no sculpture that did not pass through his hands and, in fact, some Of those who were paid as Giacomettis were his work. "It was my fate to have Alberto," an afflicted Diego confessed to the author shortly after his death. Alberto, on the other hand, did not miss an opportunity to show his brother"s most recent creation to the visitors of the studio and to underline his exceptional talent. Lord soon noticed how the sculptures of one were in good measure ... The genius of Alberto Giacometti is known by anyone interested in the art of the twentieth century. Not so the figure of Diego, who has always remained in the shadow of his bright brother. James Lord, a privileged witness of the artistic circles of Paris, met them both and had occasion to observe them in their natural habitat: the workshop they shared on rue Hippolyte-Maindron and the Montparnasse bistrots. The portrait drawn by Lord of the two brothers, built by the dialogues with one and the other, with Annette, Alberto"s wife, with the people of his inner circle and above all thanks to the Lord"s own affectionate and insightful gaze, At once disturbing and Touching. From his arrival in Paris in 1925, Diego became an indispensable collaborator of the now famous Alberto, since he was the expert in plaster and forge techniques: there was no sculpture that did not pass through his hands and, in fact, some Of those who Were paid as Giacomettis were his work. "It was my fate to have Alberto," an afflicted Diego confessed to the author shortly after his death. Alberto, on the other hand, did not miss an opportunity to show his brother"s most recent creation to the visitors of the studio and to underline his exceptional talent. Lord soon realized how well one"s sculptures were ...