"The Cage," a 1950 bronze sculpture by Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti, portrays emaciated figures confined in a box-like space. About 3 feet tall, the spare artwork reflects the postwar sensibility of an artist who focused on human brutality and existential angst.
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