Femme couchée qui rêve (Woman asleep dreaming), 1929, Bronze painted white
Self portrait, 1923-1924, pencil on paper
Giacometti's studio, photo by Ernst Scheidegger
Fleur en danger (Flower in danger), 1932, wood, plaster and wire
Tête de Diego (Diego's head), 1937, plaster
La Mère de l'artiste (The artist's mother), 1947, oil on canvas
Giacometti's studio, 1960, photo by Ernst Scheidegger
Femme debout (Woman standing), 1948, bronze
Annette, 1951, oil on canvas
Homme qui marche sous la pluie (Man walking in the rain), 1948, bronze
Diego assis (Diego seated), 1964-1965, bronze
Retrospective focuses on his little-known Geneva period (1941-1946).
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This is the first important retrospective of his work in French-speaking Switzerland and comprises over 70 sculptures, 20 paintings, as well as objects, drawings, notebooks and photographs. Two rooms are devoted to his Geneva period.