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#201MANN 2013 Iron 190 cm
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#202FAMILIE 2008 Iron 190 cm
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#207MANN SCHNITT DOPPELT 2013 Iron 200 x 100 cm
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#209FAMILIE AN WAND 2013 Iron 180 cm
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#351ESSTISCH 2011 Iron 198 x 98 cm
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#354SITZBANK 2011 Iron 100 x 78 cm
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#356 SIDEBOARD 2012 Iron
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#357ECKMÖBEL 2005 Iron 52 x 175 cm
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#358 ECKSCHRANK 2015 Iron 190 x 80 x 40 cm
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#360 TISCH MIT HOLZPLATTE 2015 Iron and Wood 220 x 100 x 75 cm
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#361 SALONTISCH 2010 Iron 90 x 160 cm
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#1 UNENDLICHKEIT 2014 Edition 3 Iron 196 cm
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#2 UNENDLICHKEIT RUST 2014 Edition 3 Iron 196 cm
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#3 SERPENTINE 2014 Edition 3 Iron 196.5 cm
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#4 SERPENTINE RUST 2014 Edition 3 Iron 196.5 cm
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#5 LUIGI 2012 Iron 197 cm
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#6 HEKTOR 2013 Edition 3 Iron 198 cm
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#7 MAXIMILIAN 2012 Iron 198 cm
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#8 TRITON I 2013 Edition 3 Iron 198.5 cm
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#9 TRITON II 2013 Edition 3 Iron 240 cm
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#10 FAUSTO I 2013 Edition 3 Iron 204 cm
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#12 TRIO 2013 Edition 3 Iron 200 cm
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#13 ROMEO und JULIA 2014 Edition 3 Iron 207cm
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#14HELIOS 2013 Edition 3 Iron 202.5cm
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#15APOLLO 2013 Edition 3 Iron 188.5cm
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#15APOLLO 2013 Edition 3 Iron 188.5cm
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#16ARTURO 2012 #16ARTURO 2012 200cm
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#17UMBERTO 2016 Iron 200x 32 cm
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#18HUGO 2016 Iron 200x 50 cm
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#19LA FAMIGLIA I 2012 Iron 184.5 cm

ENRICO GIACOMETTI

(Born in 1952 in Lavin)

 

Enrico Giacometti, born in Lavin in 1952, has shown a keen sense for creative work since his youth and through his training as a metalworker, came to his great fondness for the artistic processing of steel.

In his job as manager at metal construction where he has been working for 45 years, Enrico Giacometti has always been concerned with the material steel. As a metalworker, he soon found himself expressing himself artistically.

In his exhibition, Enrico Giacometti presents over a dozen new iron sculptures. His basically abstract language of form suggests figures in the often elegantly protruding works.

The exciting interplay between mass and emptiness in his works also gives them the impression of movement and lightness.

From the depths of Enrico Giacometti’s consciousness emerged abstractions of human figures in different designs. Sometimes on the move, rigid and stiff, but usually connected in a tender closeness. The finished work still breathes the dynamics and the energy of the creative process. The aesthetic figures are subject to a mysterious expressive power, which seem familiar at first glance, but then irritated by their formal language.The clear minimal forms of the sculptures contrast with the rigor of the material selection. The ruggedness of the mountains of Giacometti’s Engadin home is reflected in his works. His sculptures impress with their formal precision and defy the heaviness of the metal with their lightness. Enrico Giacometti quotes traditional formal vocabulary and creates geometric abstractions in idiosyncratic variations.His artistic spectrum extends far beyond the currently exhibited iron sculptures. Giacometti’s art can teach us to take a closer look and change our perspective. One senses in his work the thoughts of creating empty fullness. His art is timeless. It is important to be surrounded by works of art and objects that clarify the nature of their time of creation and are more than just time-bound.