Giannadda Fondation, Rue du Forum 59, 1920 Martigny
GPS: 46.0944857, 7.0709718000001
This exhibition highlights the similarities between these two renowned artists.
Both represent extremes of movement.
Giacometti uses distortion and a distinctive factor of mobility.
Rodin is all to do with natural form whilst his surfaces are rough, which enabled light and shadow to be an essential element of his sculptural technique.
Lunch: 12h00 to 13h30
Visit: 14h00 to 16h00 (optional lecture, 14h00-14h40)
Lunch at the Cafe de Barry, Barryland, Rue du Levant 34, 1920 Martigny
Exhibition at Giannadda Fondation, Rue du Forum 59, 1920 Martigny
Lunch: Plat du jour, CHF: 17.- to CHF: 22.- for three courses (Does not include drinks)
Exhibition: CHF: 16.- (Seniors; group rate; 10 plus attendees needed)
A lecture from one of the resident staff on the exhibits with a slide show is available for an extra CHF: 6.- per person. (15 attendees needed)
Giannada Fondation car park is located between Barryland and the Fondation.
It is a 4 minute walk between the Barry de Cafe and the Fondation.
Non car users take the 201 bus from Martigny railway station to the Giannadda Fondation and walk across the car park to Barryland.
Bus times 11h16 or 11h46
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 021 921 23 30
When booking indicate if you would like to attend the lecture.