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Heads According to Giacometti

Qu’est-ce qu’une tête?  A good question, always.  I came across this French film on Alberto Giacometti today quite by accident, and as it deepened my Sunday, I am sharing it here in its five parts. After the buttery introduction in French, the English subtitles kick in.
 

 


 


 


 

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  1. Teke #
    November 21, 2011

    Thank you Rebecca Harp – Sunday = enriched.

  2. November 22, 2011

    yes, Thank you Rebecca, this is wonderful. I enjoyed meeting Alberto Giacometti, and his art. What an interesting
    Artist! I will serch for more of his work. How he captures/expresses throught his art is so creative.

  3. November 23, 2011

    Hi Rebecca,
    So wonderful to see Giacommetti , and the surprise guest- Balthus.
    Also,
    Afew days ago, when I was looking through your work, I loved the Italian interiors- band when I tried to find them again, I just can’t. Please direct me to that access.
    Susan G Scott

    • Rebecca Harp #
      November 23, 2011

      Hi Susan, yes, it was fun to bump into Balthus there, wasn’t it? Happy to hear you enjoyed the film on Alberto. I also received your email and will respond to that shortly. In the time being, if you are talking about the Italian interiors, they would be amongst my earlier works in the Portfolio tab – https://rebeccaharp.com/portfolio-2/earlier-work-present/. Specifically, you might mean the “Annigoni’s Ghost” grouping perhaps? https://rebeccaharp.com/portfolio/annigonis-ghost/ Thanks for feedback on the site – as I switched templates there might still be a hitch or two that I have not yet uncovered myself. All the best, Rebecca

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