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salute to Alexander Calder
Catalog of the exhibition held Dec. 22, 1969-Feb. 15, 1970, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
|Statement||Introductory essay by Bernice Rose.|
|Contributions||Rose, Bernice., New York. Museum of Modern Art.|
|LC Classifications||NB237.C28 R6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||72110987|
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Born into a family of artists, Calder's work first gained attention in Paris in the s and was soon championed by. The Biography of Alexander Calder, Part I Their life in the Saché house lies beyond the chronological framework of the book, which ends when Calder is in his early 40s and settled in the.
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Visually fascinating and emotionally engaging, those sculptures—along with his monumental outdoor bolted sheet metal stabiles, which. Alexander Calder () is one of modernism’s most captivating and influential figures. First trained as a mechanical engineer, Calder relocated from New York to Paris in the mid-twenties where his acceptance into the city’s burgeoning avant-garde circles coincided with the development of his characteristic form of kinetic sculpture.
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Film Commissions. Terms & Conditions. Rights. About this Item: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (Staplebound) Very good. 31pp. Photographs.
There is a faint dampstain along the bottom edge of the book. "Throughout his long career as one of the pioneering sculptors of the twentieth century, Alexander Calder has been unusually reticent, making very few statements about his work and theorizing as little as possible when he could be.
Calder took ordinary materials at hand—wire, scraps of sheet metal—and made them into brilliant forms, letting space and motion do the rest. As an engineer, I work with abstractions, too, so. Details about A Salute to Alexander Calder MOMA exhibition brochure A Salute to Alexander Calder MOMA exhibition brochure Item Information.
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Alexander Calder was born in Philadelphia, the son of a well-known sculptor and educator and his wife, a talented painter. Calder's grandfather, also a sculptor, executed the figure of William Penn that graces the dome of the city hall in Philadelphia. Though he was brought up in an artistic atmosphere, Calder's own inclinations were mechanical.
Alexander Calder is best known for his hanging, mobile sculpture. He initially studied mechanical engineering, but soon changed course and became a professional artist like his parents and grandfather before him.
Calder traveled frequently in the late s between New York and Paris, where he befriended members of the French avant-garde. Calder’s interest in movement [ ]. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Alexander Calder books online.
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During his lifetime Alexander Calder made over 1, earrings, bracelets, necklaces and brooches. The fusion of fashion and art is fashionable now, but Calder was the first to pair these two. A salute to Alexander Calder; sculpture, watercolors and drawings, prints, illustrated books, and jewelry in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
by Alexander Calder, Bernice Rose, New York. Museum of Modern Art starting at $ Alexander Calder Summary Photographs show sculptor Alexander Calder at home in Roxbury, Conn.; in workshop making large and small mobiles; outdoors with artist Jack Youngerman and Youngerman's son Duncan.
Includes Calder in kitchen with wife Louise. Also some pictures of Calder's mobiles. Alexander Calder (American, born J –died Novem ) is one of the most celebrated sculptors of the 20th century.
Born in Pennsylvania, Calder was interested in creating movable objects from a young age, and graduated from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ, inwith an engineering ality: American.
The first major retrospective of the work of Alexander Calder () in the UK for twenty years opens at Tate Modern in November Calder was one of the most popular American artists of the 20th century.
He is known for his invention of the mobile and, as a pioneer of kinetic sculpture, played an essential role in reshaping the history /5(13). The work, painted on a Boeing model, was the third from Calder commissioned by Braniff, and dubbed Salute to Mexico.
Mrs. Louisa Calder, the wife of Master Alexander Calder, was assisted by The Three Nights In Acapulco co-host and former Mexican President Miguel Aleman, the First Lady of Mexico Senorita Carmen Romano de Lopez Portillo, and.
Alexander 'Sandy' Calder was born in in Lawnton, Pennsylvania. There are some discrepancies as to his actual birth date. Some sources say it was J but according to family history. ALEXANDER CALDER (–) Alexander Calder is best known for creating mobiles—sculptures composed of abstract shapes moving through space.
Born inin the Philadelphia area, Calder came from a family of artists. Both his father and his grandfather were sculptors.
After graduating from the Stevens Institute of Technology in with.Shop original (after) Alexander Calder art and other (after) Alexander Calder art from the world's best art galleries.
Global shipping available.MCA DNA: Alexander Calder traces the development of the artist’s ideas over a year career, in particular, his exploration of how art can move in response to its physical environment.
The exhibition presents examples of Alexander Calder’s (American, –), mobiles, stabiles, and works on paper dating from the s to the s—a selection of the museum’s in-depth holdings of.