No. 353: Giacometti, Brancusi

Episode No. 353 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curators Megan Fontanella and Paulina Pobocha.

Fontanella is the co-curator of “Giacometti” at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. It includes nearly 200 Alberto Giacometti sculptures, paintings and drawings. Catherine Grenier co-curated the exhibition with Fontanella; they were assisted by Mathilde Lecuyer-Maille and Samantha Small. The exhibition is on view through September 8.

On the second segment, Pobocha discusses her Museum of Modern Art, New York, exhibition “Constantin Brancusi Sculpture.” The exhibition looks back at the introduction of Brancusi’s work to the United States at New York’s 1913 Armory Show. “Brancusi” includes 11 sculptures as well as drawings, photographs, films and archival material. It is on view through February 18, 2019.

Air date: August 9, 2018.

Alberto Giacometti, Spoon Woman, 1926-27.

Alberto Giacometti, Woman [Flat V], 1929.

Alberto Giacmoetti, Cubist Composition II, ca. 1927.

Alberto Giacometti, Suspended Ball, 1930-31.

Alberto Giacometti, Disagreeable Object, 1931.

Alberto Giacometti, Point to the Eye, 1931-32.

Alberto Giacometti, The Cage, 1950.

Alberto Giacometti, Walking Woman I, 1932.

Alberto Giacometti, Woman with her throat cut, 1932.

Alberto Giacometti, Untitled, ca. 1931-32.

Alberto Giacometti, Cube, 1934.

Alberto Giacometti, City Square I, 1948.

Alberto Giacometti, The Forest, 1950.

Constantin Brancusi. Mlle Pogany. version I, 1913.

Constantin Brancusi. Bird in Space. 1928.

Constantin Brancusi. Bird in Space. 1928.

Constantin Brancusi. View of the Artist’s Studio.1918.

One thought on “No. 353: Giacometti, Brancusi

  1. Hello Mr. Green, I truly enjoyed your podcast, is a fantastic outlet in support of the arts. The interview with Catherine Grenier was excellent and very informative. Honestly, I didn’t have a clue who Alberto Giacometti was, and after coming across this podcast, I became familiar with his sculptures. Thank you so much for supporting the arts and for dedicating your time to this platform as a place to educate your listeners. Your show is so inspiring, and it motivates me as a multimedia journalist to continue creating content in support of the arts. I became a new subscriber to your website, and I will certainly keep up with your weekly episodes. Thank You.

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