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Giacometti, la rue d'un seul ; suivi de Retour dans l'atelier fantôme

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Giacometti diceva che nelle sue sculture antropomorfe egli realmente vedeva “têtes vivantes”(teste viventi).Tahar Ben Jelloun lo ha preso alla lettera e ha ribaltato il senso della frase: negli anonimi volti incrociati per strada infatti egli ritrova, sui volti vivi della sua gente,in Marocco,la verità dei visi scolpiti da Giacometti. una versione singolare e intima delle ...more
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Published November 30th 2006 by Gallimard
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Alberto Giacometti, scultore e pittore, (surrealista) nato a Stampa 1901, Coira 1966.

Il suo viso lo vediamo immortalato sulle nostre banconote da 100.- fr. Non ne sarebbe stato contento, secondo me, di questa scelta, lui che viveva praticamente di nulla, non voleva possedere, non voleva oggetti a cui sentirsi legato, o viceversa.

Contrariaramente a TBJ che in queste poche paginette ha saputo fare un'analisi grammaticale e logica e emozion-razionale dell'opera di Giacometti, incentrata soprattutto
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Tahar Ben Jelloun is a Moroccan poet and writer. The entirety of his work is written in French, although his first language is Arabic.
After attending a bilingual (Arabic-French) elementary school, Ben Jalloun studied French in Tangier, Morocco until he was 18 years old. He continued his studies in philosophy at Mohammed-V University in Rabat, where he composed his first poems (1971).
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