I have never believed that there is a right or wrong way to read a piece of art. It is simply to person experiencing the piece which tells the story of the painting. Of course, the artist will have their own story which will loosely be portrayed, however, everyone sees through their own eyes.
Below are my readings of some of my favourite pieces.
Diego Seated (1948) is free and yet constrained portrait of the artist’s brother. The freedom of Giacometti’s linework, for this painting, is constrained by box-like lines surrounding the sitter ... Read More
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