Alberto Giacometti’s Retrospective exhibition will land in Yuz Museum, Shanghai in March, 2016. It is not only the first Giacometti exhibition in China, but also the world’s largest retrospective to date, after Paris – Centre Pompidou (2007). In May 2015, Yuz Museum and Fondation Giacometti held a signing ceremony in Beijing State Guesthouse, witnessed by representatives of the governments of France and China, and in October they announced the exhibition at Royal Academy of Arts in London. After that the Yuz Museum has recently launched a series of public programs and communication activities to warm up the exhibition. Read more.
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