Alexander Calder

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United States sculptor who first created mobiles and stabiles (1898-1976)


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BORN KURT Vonnegut, author, 1922 DEMI Moore, film actress, 1962, above LEONARDO DiCaprio, actor, 1974 DIED YASSER Arafat, political leader, 2004, above ALEXANDER Calder, sculptor, 1976 NED Kelly, Australian outlaw, 1880
douard Manet, as well as contemporary art works by Alexander Calder, Paul Klee, Yves Klein and Cy Twombly.
Paintings by Paul Gauguin (Children Wrestling, 1888) and Rene Magritte (The Subjugated Reader, 1928) are in dialogue with works by Giovanni Bellini and Eedouard Manet, as well as contemporary art works by Alexander Calder, Paul Klee, Yves Klein and Cy Twombly.
Among the 190 beautifully reproduced images are works by Joseph Albers, Milton Avery, Alexander Calder, Helen Frankenthaler, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Robert Motherwell, Claes Oldenburg, Ad Reinhardt, Saul Steinberg, and E.
Apart from contemporary artists, Abu Dhabi Art will showcase works by masters such as Picasso, Sam Francis, Alexander Calder, Joan Miro, Louay Kayyali and Chafic Abboud.
Their native France may be a mecca for the classic silk scarf, but Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre designers Amelie Charroin and Marie ColinMadan's found themselves singing a love song to America with their new collection of printed silk scarves, with designs inspired by Alexander Calder mobiles and color combinations worn by Chairlift singer Caroline Polachek in the video for "Amanaemonesia.
Included are selected works by artists in Ray and Miller's circle in Paris, including paintings by Pablo Picasso, Max Ernst, Roland Penrose, and Dora Maar and a small sculpture by Alexander Calder.
A Mark Rothko 1961 oil painting set a new auction record for post-war art on Tuesday, soaring to $87 million, while works by Gerhard Richter, Jackson Pollock, Yves Klein and Alexander Calder smashed artists' records at Christie's blockbuster sale that achieved the highest-ever total for post-war art.
A large Alexander Calder sculpture-mobile was installed in the middle of one gallery.
It took a while to notice that some works came in pairs, since the pairs were never in the same space--that the intimately scaled photo of an Alexander Calder sculpture from 1943, for example, given a handsome third dimension, an object quality, by its museum-box mounting, recurred, a good bit larger, printed on a thin sheet of some sticky-backed vinyl-like substance and pasted unframed and virtually flat to the wall in another room.
View rarely seen gems and familiar favorites by artists such as Vassily Kandinsky, Arthur Dove, Franz Kline, Jules Olitski, Louise Nevelson, Alexander Calder, Yves Tanguy and Frank Stella.
First, we look at two of Don's favorite artists: Alexander Calder and William Kentridge.
In fact, the condo's entire scheme was predicated on a single major work, "without a doubt, my parents' most important piece," he says of the Alexander Calder painting over the fireplace.
Alexander Calder was famous for this type of art and he invented the mobile.
99) provides a fine saga of one Alexander Calder, or Sandy: a playful man who produced colorful metal sculptures and amazing mobiles seen in public places around the world.