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

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The Calder will provide the design, manufacture and testing of a 1800 kW waste injection pump package to NOV in the same timeframe.
Mr Rower is now chairman and president of the Calder Foundation, which he founded in 1987.
1 started it around the time I started the Calder Foundation in '87.
As well as maintaining a large collection of Calder's work and an archive, the Calder Foundation has undertaken a catalogue raisonne, a project initiated and overseen by Mr Rower.
Various small companies on the same site doing similar work of this nature were amalgamated into one company, Associated Lead Manufacturers, in 1924, of which Calders was a key player.
Two years ago Calders consolidated its operations and moved to Chester, since when its Elswick site has been redundant.
The chimney was part of the Calders Leadworks which shut down seven months ago and has now been demolished to make way for a housing development.
Dorothy, 92, of High Heaton, who used to work at Cooksons white lead producers before the company merged with Calders, pressed the button to bring the chimney to the ground.
Plans for a new museum on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway to display the achievements of three generations of the Calder family of sculptors, including Alexander Calder (1898-1976), the world famous Philadelphia-born artist whose kinetic mobiles and dynamic stabiles brought a brilliant mix of invention and joy to modern sculpture, took an important step forward with the announcement today at City Hall that Japanese architect Tadao Ando will design the project.
Street, members of the Calder Foundation and family, officials of the City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and enthusiastic supporters of the project.
But when it closed two years ago, the future of the sphinxes was once again uncertain ( before Calder Industrial Materials, as the company is now known, handed the figures back to the Duke.
Pieces of Tyneside history foundd at the Calder leadworks have revealed fascinating glimpses into company life in the early years of the 20th Century.