Stanton Williams worked with the National Portrait Gallery and curator Paul Moorhouse to design Giacometti: Pure Presence, the first ever exhibition to solely consist of portraits by the 20th-century artist Alberto Giacometti. The exhibition celebrates Giacometti’s work and highlights his obsessive evocation of human presence through a range of styles and subjects. The exhibition design seeks to convey the quality of the artist’s own working environment and the changing nature of natural daylight, using backlit, abstracted clerestory elements and varied lighting within the gallery spaces.
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