Alberto Giacometti: Friendship & Love (Vol.1)

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By herbert lust | Category: Arts and Photography ebooks | DMCA

Documents Lust's friendship with Alberto Giacometti and the artist's passionate love for Caroline, a 21 year old woman he met in 1959. A frank discussion about all intimate aspects, including for the first time details about the artist's unusual sexual attitudes and acts. Hardbound. 10 5/8 x 7 1/8...

Hardcover: 104 pages
Publisher: Tel Aviv Museum of Art (2002)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9657161061
ISBN-13: 978-9657161067
Amazon Rank: 6303710
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Everyone hails Elmore Leonard as a “master of dialogue” and I can see why. Not sure why this was published if previous book I ordered claimed to be complete. La vie est une grande école.
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