Mini print of Alberto Giacometti’s Surrealist Composition c. 1933.
Giacometti joined André Breton’s Surrealist movement in 1931, and was an active member of the group until his expulsion in 1935. Surrealist Composition c. 1933 features a disjointed figure and impossible objects, but is set in a realistic looking room.
Alberto Giacometti (10 October 1901 – 11 January 1966) was a Swiss sculptor, painter, draughtsman and printmaker. He was born in the canton Graubünden's southerly alpine valley Val Bregaglia, the son of Giovanni Giacometti, a well-known post-Impressionist painter. Coming from an artistic background, he was interested in art from an early age. He is best known for his distinctive elongated figures, which are associated with the post-war climate of existentialist despair.
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