The extraordinary exhibition (and the book) Alberto Giacometti – Peter Lindbergh – Seizing the Invisible consists of more than 110 works: sculptures, sketches and photographs. Initiated by art communicator Charlotte Crapts (with skillful scenography by Duarte Morais Soares) in one of Portugal's extraordinary cultural institutions, the Museu da Misericórdia in Porto, Portugal. The result was an exhibition that united two unusual, unique and uncompromising forces. A little miracle.
Method and process
It started with dialogue, doubt and fear. What you want and what you are not looking for. The starting point was a request and an idea for a collaboration between Fondation Giacometti and. . .
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