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Alberto Giacometti"s Woman with her throat cut, 1932

Hall, Douglas

Alberto Giacometti"s Woman with her throat cut, 1932

by Hall, Douglas

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Published by Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in [Edinburgh] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Douglas Hall.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 84/0202 (N)
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2823293M
ISBN 100903148269
LC Control Number83839310
OCLC/WorldCa7592118

  Alberto Giacometti with his plaster sculptures at the Venice Biennale. Photograph: Alinari/Roger-Viollet a bronze cast of his macabre and unsettling Woman with her Throat Cut is . In {a photograph} from , an summary bronze sculpture of two copulating figures hangs on the wall of a cultured Parisian eating room. Published within the journal Art et Industrie, it is one of many few items of proof that the erotic statue ever existed. “Bas Relief” is an early work of famed Swiss-born sculptor Alberto Giacometti, who’s greatest identified for the spindly “Walking.

  In the midst of Giacometti’s Surrealist period, when he was thrilling viewers with the broken, cracked bones of ‘Woman with her throat cut’ (), he made a standing figure called ‘Hands Holding the Void (Invisible Object)’. This elegant work, with a face like the helmet of a soldier or a tribal mask reveals Giacometti’s.   During this period, Giacometti's works include "Suspended Ball" (), which consists of dangling geometric shapes reminiscent of sex organs, and "Woman with her .

Notwithstanding the alternately disturbing, lurid, or frightening—and somewhat dated—character of such sculptures as Cage (), Disagreeable Object (), Woman with her Throat Cut (), Point to the Eye (), and Head-Skull (), these works are highly accomplished. In fact, to look at them is to see how brilliantly Giacometti. During this period, Giacometti’s works include “Suspended Ball” (), which consists of dangling geometric shapes reminiscent of sex organs, and “Woman with her Throat Cut” (), a bronze insect-like feminine figure splayed out like a murder victim. “(His sculptures are) really how you project your own fantasy,” Alandete said.


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Part woman, part crustacean, and part insect, Woman with Her Throat Cut is rigorously horizontal. Intended by the artist to be placed on the floor without a base, it suggests the violent image of a woman raped Alberto Giacomettis Woman with her throat cut murdered.

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Buy Alberto Giacometti's Woman with her throat cut by Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Woman with Her Throat Cut (, Figures 1 through 4) is one of Alberto Giacometti's most renowned surrealist sculptures.

In essence, it is an image of a woman who has been raped and murdered. Alberto Giacometti Woman with Her Throat Cut (cast ) Alberto Giacometti Study for The Palace at 4 a.m.

Alberto Giacometti Cubist Head Point to the Eye;wood, metal; Muse´e Nationale d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France Woman with Her Throat Cut; bronze; Alberto Giacometti Foundation, Zurich, Switzerland –33 Palace at Four A.M.; wood, glass, string, wire; Museum of Modern Art, New York City, United States The Invisible Object (Hands.

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His avant-garde works Woman with Her Throat Cut (, National Gallery of Scotland) and Spoon Woman () - casts of which can be seen in the Guggenheim and the Museum of Modern Art New York, and elsewhere - were his first critically acclaimed works.

Woman with Her Throat Cut is part woman, part insect. They are quasirealistic, as in the Woman with Her Throat Cut (), and at times allusive, as in the Project for a Passage ().

In Hands Holding the Void () Giacometti brought together the figural and the fantastic and prefigured the metaphysics articulated in his postwar work. Credit: Succession Alberto Giacometti (Fondation Giacometti, Paris + ADAGP, Paris) During this period, Giacometti's works include "Suspended Ball" ().

Alberto Giacometti - Woman with Her Throat Cut () Close. Posted by. u/joseph_jacotot. 2 years ago. Archived. Alberto Giacometti - Woman with Her Throat Cut () 4 comments. share. save hide report. 93% Upvoted.

This thread is archived. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Sort by. best. level 1. “Woman with Her Throat Cut” () This alarming sculpture may be the most famous of Giacometti’s Surrealist works.

It is certainly the most shocking. The woman in question looks like a. Here is that grotesque bronze, Woman With Her Throat Cut, a clatter of rachitic ribs and limbs violently splayed on the gallery floor.

Reclining Woman Who Dreams. Alberto Giacometti. Alberto Giacometti has a problem with women. In a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, he kept returning to them as to a bad dream.

Yet the dreams persist in daylight, where the women refuse to hide. They lie easily, and uneasily, in a familiar world. They lie on the floor with their throat cut. Nearly always, but most expressively when painted, they emerge from family resemblance, with some distinctive nuance.

Each inhabits its own present tense. “Woman with Her Throat Cut,” from. Buy Alberto Giacometti's Woman with her throat cutOxfam, Hall, Douglas,Cookies on oxfam We use cookies to ensure. ''Woman With Her Throat Cut'' is an eloquent testimony to one of the remarkable imaginations and formal gifts in 20th-century art.

Giacometti's mastery. He gained fame as a Surrealist sculptor, producing such ground-breaking works as The Palace at 4 a.m. () and Woman with her Throat Cut () (both in the collection of The Museum of Modern Art in New York), only to break with the group when he decided to return to working with the live model, a practice the Surrealists abhorred.