Man Pointing 1947 by Alberto Giacometti 1901-1966

‘Relevant Complexity’ is always best shared, so it was a pleasure indeed to be pointed in the direction of the skinny sculpture of Alberto Giacometti by my greatest ‘friend in contemplation’.

With the right people, the ‘relevant complexity’ which brought you together can be extended, expanded; even replaced by new favourite topics for contemplation.

A process helped always by good food and where possible a cheeky beverage.

Giacometti Sculptures at the Tate Gallery.

‘Relevant complexity’ is always best shared, so if you have any comments, suggestions or recommendations: book, spirit, sport, recipe, film, painting, poem, philosopher – share away in the comments box below…

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