Alberto Giacometti, 1901 – 1966 - LA FEMME QUI MARCHEHöhe: 130 cm. - Auf dem [...]Estimation : Premium uniquement
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Alberto Giacometti, 1901 – 1966
LA FEMME QUI MARCHEHöhe: 130 cm.
Auf dem Sockel signiert: „Alberto Giacometti 933/34“.
Beigegeben ein Gutachten von Mme Caroline Tamagno, in Kopie.
Statisch, hieratisch und säulenhaft steht diese Bronze vor uns, auch wenn der Titel gegenteiliges suggeriert. Es ist eher ein Körper einer Frau, der in seiner Sanftheit und Eleganz soeben eine Bewegung gestoppt hat, um mit beiden Füßen am Boden verankert zu sein. Der Körper ist zu einer zeitlosen, essentiellen Silhouette sublimiert, die auf Kopf und Arme verzichtet, um die Form zusammenzufassen. Ihre schlichte Haltung geht auf antike Zeiten zurück, auf das pharaonische Ägypten ebenso wie auf den archaischen Kouros oder kykladische Idole, deren Formensprache sich in dieser Plastik wiederfindet. Die Frau ist vor allem das Ergebnis einer Epoche, des Surrealismus, in der Träume und Zufälle eine große Rolle spielten. Mit dieser Skulptur gelingt Alberto Giacometti eine Tour de Force zwischen Figuration und Abstraktion. Die Bronze mit ihrer dunklen, glänzenden Farbigkeit verleiht dem Werk ein monumentales Aussehen und reiht es ein in eine Genealogie von Bildwerken, in der das Erbe der Tradition mit der radikalsten Modernität konkurriert. Von dem ursprünglichen Werk aus dem Jahr 1932, das aus Gips gefertigt wurde, wurden mehrere Abzüge in Gips und dann in Bronze angefertigt, die unter anderem in der Giacometti-Stiftung und im Guggenheim-Museum in Venedig ausgestellt wurden. Einige wenige Bronzeexemplare wurden schließlich in den 1960er Jahren gegossen, wie das Exemplar für die Tate Modern in London und unser Exemplar, das für Peggy Guggenheim angefertigt wurde. Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966) war ein Schweizer Bildhauer, Maler und Grafiker, der als einer der bedeutendsten Bildhauer des 20. Jahrhunderts gilt. Sein Werk, das stark vom Kubismus und Surrealismus beeinflusst ist, ist geprägt von philosophischen Fragen über das menschliche Dasein, wie dem Existentialismus und der Phänomenologie. 1922 ging er nach Paris, um an der Académie de la Grande-Chaumière zu studieren, wo er von Antoine Bourdelle (1861-1929) unterrichtet wurde und den kubistischen Einfluss von Jacques Lipchitz und Fernand Léger erlebte. 1926 wurde Giacomettis Werk durch die Entdeckung der afrikanischen und ozeanischen Skulptur geprägt. Seine beiden Werke La Femme-cuillère und Le Couple, die 1927 im Salon des Tuileries ausgestellt wurden, zeugen von der Umwälzung, die diese Begegnung mit sich brachte. 1928 begann Giacometti mit einer Serie von Frauen und Flachköpfen, deren Neuartigkeit ihm Aufmerksamkeit und einen ersten Vertrag mit der Galerie Pierre Loeb einbrachte, die die Surrealisten ausstellte. Giacometti schloss sich der Bewegung von André Breton an, deren surrealistische Verfahren in seinem Schaffen eine kontinuierliche Bedeutung hatten: Traumvision, Montage und Zusammenbau, metaphorisch funktionierende Objekte, magische Behandlung der Figur. Die Femme qui marche von 1932, die für die wichtige Surrealistenausstellung von 1933 anhand einer Schaufensterpuppe entworfen wurde, war in ihrer aktuellen Version ohne Arme und Kopf 1936 auf der Surrealistenausstellung in London zu sehen. Ein zu einer Collage erweitertes Werk von 1933 zeigt 170 cm großes Werk in Gips und dunkel gefasstem Holz mit Armen und einem Kopf als Cellokopf. Als aktives Mitglied von Bretons Gruppe setzte sich Giacometti dort schnell als einer der wenigen Bildhauer durch. Um 1935 gab er jedoch seine surrealistische Arbeit auf und widmete sich den „Kompositionen mit Figuren“, die zwischen 1938 und 1944 maximal sieben Zentimeter maßen, um die Entfernung widerzuspiegeln, aus der er seine Modelle sah. Die bekanntesten Werke Giacomettis entstehen in der Nachkriegszeit. Seine Skulpturen werden extrem schlank, mit seinem ikonischen Werk im Jahr 1948: L‘Homme qui marche, eine späte Antwort auf seinen weiblichen Vorläufer, die 1960 in drei Versionen, I, II und III, aufgelegt wird. Auf der Grundlage seiner subjektiven visuellen Erfahrung schuf Giacometti die Skulptur nicht als physische Nachbildung im realen Raum, sondern als ein imaginäres Bild in seinem Raum, der zugleich real und imaginär, greifbar und ungreifbar ist. Bronze, gegossen, braun patiniert. (†)
Sammlung Peggy Guggenheim.
Vgl. Yves Bonnefoy, Giacometti, Paris 2001, S. 212f. (13211313) (13)
1901 – 1966
LA FEMME QUI MARCHEHeight: 130 cm.
Signed on base “Alberto Giacometti 933/34“.
Accompanied in copy by an experts report by Mme Caroline Tamagno. (†)
Collection Peggy Guggenheim.
cf. Yves Bonnefoy, Giacometti, Paris 2001, p. 212f.
CatégoriesSculptures en Bronze
ArtisteRoy Pierre Breton André Bourdelle Antoine Fau Fernand Nam Jacques Loeb Pierre De Bie Jacques Ino Pierre Mas Pierre Fau Pierre Fau André Bonnefoy Yves Lee Caroline Giacometti Alberto Roz André Dac Pierre Nat Yves Hay Fernand Rau André Le-tan Pierre Bay André Lipchitz Jacques Foy André Saraiva André - Andre
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