The exhibition has been curated by director of the Fondation Giacometti Catherine Grenier along with Christian Alandate. 250 works spanning Giacometti's entire career will be included in the show which is being hailed as the largest show of his work since the Pompidou Center's show in 2007.

Cubist and Surrealist works up to his works of the 1960s including plasters, paintings, drawings, photos and bronzes will be on display to the public.

The layout of the exhibition has been designed by the Louvre's Adrien Gardere.

Founder of the Yup, Budi Tek, commented on how the show will explore the postwar Western experience.

"He seems to move forward, against all misfortune, toward an uncharted territory of which he is not afraid. It's that wide freedom of movement that Giacometti's walking man conveys to me."

Alberto Giacometti Retrospective at the Yup Museum will be on show from March 22-July 31, 2016. For more information, see here.