The retrospective presents the works by one of the major 20th‑century artists, sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti (1901–1966). His main theme was the human figure. He became well known for compelling elongated figures done after the Second World War, but no less important are his artworks from the interwar period, when he was a key member of the Paris avant‑garde. The National Gallery Prague prepared this exhibition (including more than one hundred sculptures, paintings and drawings from the 1920s to 1960s) in cooperation with the Foundation Giacometti, Paris.
Exhibition at the National Gallery in Prague until December 1st, 2019