I wrote about Edvard Munch's Der Schrei der Natur aka The Scream which exists in 4 different versions. Why so many repetitions? It seems that going at the same theme again and again until all passion is spent is what drives a certain type of artist forward like our friend Viv O'Kelly down Andalusia way.
a commentator put it "on the notion that the essence of an individual persists even as the body appears to vanish" One of his friends said that Giacometti would reduce a subject's head to the blade of a knife. Brilliantly he captured the essential cur in his bronze Chien [R]. Here you can smell the mange as the beast trots across a post-apocalyptic landscape looking for something disreputable in which to roll.
Obituary; Obit in The Blob] John Berger, who had a thing or two to say about The Thin Man. Do you think they look a little like each other? But for the fact that Berger was born 25 years later, you might think they were twins separated at birth [bloboprev for the concept]. ANNyway, you should take this opportunity to view a few more of Giacometti's sculptures as a unique Way of Seeing humanity through some rather peculiar eyes.
a 13m film made in 1967 the year after Giacometti died.