Posts tagged Alexander Calder.
Pace is pleased to present Calder at the Castle, the first-ever outdoor exhibition of monumental works by Alexander Calder in England, at Sudeley Castle.
Calder at the Castle will feature six monumental sculptures installed in the Castle’s garden, and is made possible with the collaboration of the Calder Foundation.
Pace London is pleased to present Calder After the War, a comprehensive exhibition of nearly fifty works of art from the years of 1945 to 1949, widely considered to be the most important period in the artist’s career. The exhibition will be open to the public at 6 Burlington Gardens tomorrow, Friday, April 19th.
© 2013, Calder Foundation, New York / DACS, London
This Friday, April 19th, Pace London will host a discussion between Marc Glimcher, President of Pace, and Alexander S.C. Rower, Calder Foundation President and Alexander Calder’s grandson, about the exhibition Calder After the War. A screening of Herbert Matter’s landmark short films of Calder at work in the 1940s will follow the talk.
Friday, 19 April 2013, 2.30 to 3.30 p.m. Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens, Senate Rooms, on the first floor.
RSVP is essential, as space is limited. Please RSVP by April 18 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
© Alexander Calder, Courtesy Pace Gallery
Following the opening of Pace London’s flagship gallery at 6 Burlington Gardens, Pace is delighted to announce its participation in Frieze London and the inaugural Frieze Masters fairs held this week, October 11-14, in Regent’s Park.
At Frieze Masters (Booth D1), Pace will present important sculptures by Alexander Calder and Jean Arp, paintings by Willem de Kooning and Robert Rauschenberg, and groups of drawings by Arshile Gorky and Kurt Schwitters.
Photo Credits: © Calder Foundation, New York /Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, courtesy Pace Gallery
Reblog of the day: We would have loved to explore the open fields outside of Alexander Calder’s studio in Roxbury, CT where he created many of his playful outdoor sculptures.
Calder with Steel Fish, Roxbury, 1934. Photograph by James Thrall Soby.
In celebration of the Olympics, Pace London has installed Alexander Calder’s “Tripes” at St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel. This public sculpture will remain on view for the duration of the Olympics, through December 31st, 2012.
Reblog of the day: Click on the picture and get hypnotized by Herbert Matter’s 1950 film Works of Calder featuring a soundtrack by John Cage!
Color and movement: NOWNESS presents the mesmerizing kinetic mobiles of modernist sculptor Alexander Calder
Reblog of the day: Yesterday was Alexander Calder’s Birthday! Here he is with one of his wire figure lions from Cirque Calder.
Happy Birthday to master of whimsy, Alexander Calder.
(July 22, 1898 – November 11, 1976)
Reblog of the day: We are not surprised to see that everything about Calder’s living and work spaces was incredibly cool!
Alexander Calder’s studio and home.
Well, this is the coolest thing ever. (And check out that toilet!)
Reblog of the day! This portrait of Alexander Calder wearing a paper mask at his Roxbury home is the perfect way for us to jump start our newest feature, #throwbackthursday! More throwbacks to come…
Take a behind-the-scene’s look at our Booth B20 at Art Basel! We hope you can stop by to view works by Alexander Calder, Tara Donovan, Zhang Xiaogang, Robert Irwin, Zhang Huan, Keith Tyson, and Claes Oldenburg…just to name a few!