The Giacometti Institute reopens this May 15, 2020 for our greatest joy. To celebrate deconfinement, from May 15 to 18, the institute is free of charge for Pairs 14th arrondissement inhabitants. To enjoy the In Search of Lost Works exhibition, you have to book your ticket: the government imposes a maximum limit of 10 people in public places. In the meantime, enjoy our pictures of the exhibition.
Art fans and especially those fond of Alberto Giacometti’s works are expected from February 25 to June 27, 2020 at the Giacometti Institute to discover the cultural venue’s latest exhibition, In Search of Lost Works. An exhibition shaped like an investigation “into the traces of unpublished works by Alberto Giacometti”.
Truly disappeared works? Not really… And for good reason: the artist left “precious documented testimonies” enabling the Institute to display little known works for the first time ever. Works by the artist that have been sold and forgotten or lost or even destroyed and that the institute tells you about here. A genuine research based on various archives offering visitors to discover Giacometti’s debuts during his art apprenticeship and the artistic research through photographs and documents as well as reconstitutions.
This is also a chance to learn more about the artist’ evolution process through his sculptures to lead to emblematic works exhibited at the Institute. And let’s not forget about paying a visit to Alberto Giacometti’s reconstituted studio and to discover – or rediscover – this artist who marked the sculpture universe in the 20th century… Let’s go, friends, shall we?
Dates and Opening Time
From 15 May 2020 to 21 June 2020
5 Rue Victor Schoelcher
75014 Paris 14
Tarif réduit: 3-5 €
Plein Tarif: 8,50 €
Ouvert du mardi au dimanche de 10h à 18h