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ALEXANDER CALDER PERFORMING SCULPTURE exh cat Tate

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Alexander Calder, 'Mobile' c.1932

'Antennae with Red and Blue Dots' by Alexander Calder

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Alexander Calder, 'Untitled' 1937

Alexander Calder Goldfish Bowl 1929 http://www.tate.org.uk

Calder's Studio, Herbert Matter, Roxbury, 1947

Performing Sculpture: Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder with “Edgar Varese” and “Untitled”, 1963

Calder's Studio, Herb Weitman, 1964

Earle Brown's rarely performed Calder Piece had its UK premiere at Tate Modern as part of the Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture exhibition

Alexander Calder, Performing Sculpture at Guggenheim Museum Store www.guggenheimstore.org

Alexander Calder (1898-1976)

Alexander Calder in his Roxbury studio, 1941

Alexander Calder, Untitled, 1932, drawing of circus

Calder's Studio, Herbert Matter, 1947

Not long ago, we featured Tate Modern's exhibition Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture, which

Alexander Calder in his studio with Circus 1929

Alexander Calder (1898-1976)

Alexander Calder, Big Red

Alexander Calder, Mercury Fountain, 1937

Alexander Calder, La Grand vitesse

Calder's Studio, Herbert Matter, 1936

Alexander Calder, cow mask for a cat

Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture

Alexander Calder, Untitled, 1959

Alexander Calder, Cirque Calder, 1926–31. Whitney Museum

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Alexander Calder, Cirque Calder invitation, 1929

Calder with 21 feuilles blanches (1953)

Alexander Calder's grandson on why his mobiles at Tate are more than just toys

Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture

Calder's Studio, Herbert Matter, Roxbury, 1950

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This wire sculpture was one of the ones displayed in the Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture exhibition that I saw with wandering_star at Tate Modern in ...

Tate Etc. issue 35 (Autumn 2015)

All About the Install: On the Art of Hanging Alexander Calder's 'Constellations' at Pace

Further reading

Tate Etc. issue 35 (Autumn 2015)

Herbert Matter, Alexander Calder in his studio, with wire

Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture at Tate gallery shot

Alexander Calder (1898-1976)

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Alexander Calder: "Horizontal" | Art Installations, Sculpture, Contemporary Art | Scoop

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The Tate Modern showcases “Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture” until April 3rd and equally as important ...

Black Widow (1948)

Watch Alexander Calder's Kinetic Sculptures in Rarely Activated Motion

On 27 January, 12pm, I will be speaking about Alexander Calder's Pittsburgh 1958 at the Pittsburgh International Airport in a public program hosted by ...

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This month debut author and illustrator Emma Lewis has published a new book with Tate The Museum of Me. We are always on the look-out for accessible and ...

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UNESCO spiral by Alexander Calder | Art Installations, Sculpture, Contemporary Art | Scoop.

This large Tate Modern exhibition is cruel to Wifredo Lam

Alexander Calder (1898 - 1976), Untitled, incised with the artist's monogram on the base, painted sheet metal, glass, wire and string standing mobile, ...

'NO LONE ZONE' CURATED BY TAIYANA PIMENTEL AND IRIA CANDELA AT TATE MODERN'S LEVEL 2 GALLERY

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Alexander Calder " Performing Sculpture " exhibition - Tate Modern

Triple Gong c.1948 by Alexander Calder (1898 - 1976) Calder Foundation, New York, NY, USA Photo credit: Calder Foundation, New York / Art Resource, NY

If you like your art a little more interactive than canvases sitting in a frame and sculptures on a plinth, The Squash is for you.

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Alexander Calder (1898-1976)

Lot 32B, "Voltron XXIV," by David Smith, steel, 98 inches high, 1963, left; Lot 26B, "Calderoulette," by Alexander Calder, brass, wire and thread, ...

Alexander Calder (1898–1976), The Arches, 1959. Sheet metal and paint, 106 × 107 1/2 × 87 in. (269.2 × 273.1 × 221 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, ...

Alexander Calder, White Panel, 1936 Plywood, sheet metal, tubing, wire, string, and paint

Visitor, Tate Modern, London (photo: Barbara Piancastelli, CC: BY-

Soul Jazz team up with Tate Modern to release Soul Of A Nation: Afro-Centric Visions In The Age Of Black Power

David Zink Yi, Huayno and Fugue Behind, 2005 shot in the market of Huancayo in Peru, a man plays his harp, we see the indigenous population behind

Alberto Burri, Sacco e Rosso, 1954, Tate Collection, London. Image: © Tate, London, 2016. © 2016/ Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / SIAE, Rome.

Strange exhibition at Tate Britain looking at the work of Gustav Metzger created against the background of the threat of nuclear war.

At the beginning of September to celebrate the launch of the book, Tate challenged us to gather our own Me in Five Objects collection.

Sonic youth: Alexander Calder's great-grandson Gryphon Rue organises sound art show in Marfa

Alexander Calder, Untitled, 1959

Satirical diptych, 1520–1530, anonymous Flemish artist

Call for Information: Carl Andre Sculpture Catalogue Raisonné

New essay on early Calder wire sculpture published in Tate catalogue

Those are not the sculptures or art work, but the pedestals, definitely contributing to the work itself.

Karlheinz Stockhausen's Gruppen für drei Orchester, 1955–57, performed at the Tate Turbine Hall, London, 30 June, 2018. Courtesy: © Doug Peters / PA Wire

Lot 32B, "Voltron XXIV," by David Smith, steel, 98 inches high, 1963, left; Lot 26B, "Calderoulette," by Alexander Calder, brass, wire and thread, ...

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Alexander Calder large tote bag, £30, from the Tate gallery has striking mustard

Implied Density and Mystic Frogs: Jim O'Rourke on Composing Sounds for Alexander Calder

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Was Picasso making fun of the subjects of his portraits?

By combining drawings and sculptures, this New York artist translates one word or object in function of a room or space.

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Haroon Mirza, Lightwork 3, 2013 (left), Alexander Calder, Boomerangs,

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Man Ray, 1920-21, Portrait of Marcel Duchamp, gelatin silver print,