(MS, photography collection; CF, correspondence file), 17 April–2 June: Institute of Contemporary Arts, Washington, D.C., exhibits "Sculptures by Alexander Calder." Solo Exhibition, The Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston. Alexander Calder: Stabiles. Foreword by James Johnson Sweeney. Magazine, Tyler, Betty Sessler. "The Hammock and Alexander Calder." Newspaper, "At the Honolulu Academy of Arts." From that I went to the use of motion for its contrapuntal value, as in good choreography. Sunday Times, 23 February 1969. 1932. Graphis (1954). Calder: Crags and Critters. Exhibition catalogue. New York Times, 6 November 1964. "Calder, Matisse, Miró, Matta." Text by Sam Hunter. "Calder in Montparnasse." Illustrated Book, View, vol. Solo Exhibition, Galerie Maeght, Paris. (CF, Calder 1955–56, 108), 12 July: Calder writes his parents of his new work: I have been making a few new abstractions which have certain movements combined with their other features. Group Exhibition Catalogue, "In the Latin Quarter." Solo Exhibition, Uffici Palazzo dell'arte al Parco, Milan. Newspaper, Statement & Interview, New York Times (International Edition), 27 April 1967. "The Amazing Calder." Le Faucon. 17 February–27 March 1978. . "Une immense forêt qui frémit au moindre souffle." Originated from the Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida. 25 October 1962. 3 April–5 June 1971. Paris-Midi, 2 February 1929. He returns to Paris, where he rents a small building behind 7 rue Cels to use as his studio. Group Exhibition, Kukje Gallery, Seoul. "Calder était un révolutionnaire." "Alexandre Calder et son cirque automate." Manuscript, January–February 1929. Skyline: A Lerner Newspaper, 11 May 1966. 12–29 February 1932. (CF, passport), 2 September: The Calders and Mary leave London and arrive in New York. Art Digest (June 1953). 30 October 2013–3 March 2014. Originated from the Museum of Modern Art, New York. (New York Times, 2 January), 10 January: The Calders set sail on the United States and return to Saché. Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Magazine, Illustration, Dunbar, Jack. Exhibition catalogue. Alexander Calder: Sculptures of the Nineteen Thirties. "Museum's New $15,000 Mobile Priced to Sell at $30 a Pound." Calder: La sculpture en mouvement. Solo Exhibition, Julien Levy Gallery, New York. Magazine, Shattuck, Roger. 2015.Group Exhibition Catalogue, Taylor, Joseph. 1992. Monograph, Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, Hyogo, Kobe, Japan. Solo Exhibition Catalogue, "Art in the Abstract." Exhibition catalogue. Solo Exhibition, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. 5 (15 June 1929). October 2014–31 March 2015. In 1934, Calder made his first outdoor works in his Roxbury, Connecticut, studio, using the same techniques and materials as his smaller works. that was Mondrian. Magazine, Museo de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil. Solo Exhibition, Galerie Brusberg, Hanover, Germany. (CF, exhibition file), 14 October 1976–6 February 1977: The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, with Jean Lipman as curator, exhibits "Calder's Universe," a major retrospective. Originated from the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. 341 (9 June 1952). 5, no. Princeton Alumni Weekly (14 December 1971). Exposition de dessins. Newspaper, Exhibition Review, "Arrival in Cincinnati." 23 January–25 March 1951. 1967. Calder's grandfather, also a sculptor, executed the figure of William Penn that graces the dome of the city hall in Philadelphia. 1992. 1983. Introduction by Marco Valsecchi. Grand Rapids Press, 15 September 1968. Alexander Calder. New York: E.P. Solo Exhibition, Musée de Lodève, France. 1971. "Calder's Here." Calder: Obra Gráfica. (CF, exhibition file), 15 December: Calder performs Cirque Calder in his apartment at 244 East Eighty-sixth Street and Second Avenue, New York. "Mobile master." 65, no. Child Life, vol. 16mm, color, sound (French and Spanish); 7 min. 4 December 2015, Web.Online Publication, Coxon, Ann. Exhibition catalogue. "Calder: Capturing Movement." Calder: Works on Paper. 3 (January 1944). 4, no. And yet, they are indicative of his early intentions to work on a grand scale. 1932. "In Memory of a Friend . Alexander Calder: Mobiles, Mobiles/Stabiles, Bronzes, Gouaches et Lithographies. 10 (September 1962). 33, no. 19–24 February 2003. 22 July 1998. Peggy, it is remarkable. Magazine, Illustration, Cover (Two Jockeys). Vu (6 April 1932). Alexander Calder: Exposition. Murdock Pemberton, the art critic for the New Yorker, comments on the exhibition: A. Calder, too, we think is a good bet. Origines et développement de l'art international indépendant. Magazine, "U.S. Mission to U.N. Gets Calder Gift." Exhibition catalogue. (CF, exhibition file), 4 February: Calder goes to Paris to arrange a solo exhibition at Galerie Maeght. "Inscriptions Under Pictures." Newspaper, Exhibition Review, Fierens, Paul. "Calder Funamable." American Icons: Masterworks from SFMOMA and the Fisher Collections. 6 December 1976. December 1948–January 1949. 1994. 355, 19 April 1952. Alexander Calder: Motion and Color. 22 December 1979–3 February 1980. Calder: Discipline of the Dance. Directed by Ephraim Asili.Film, Becherer, Joseph A. Calder's Le Cagoulard is installed in the center, and Saul Steinberg's drawings are on the walls. Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Schmidt, Georg. Solo Exhibition, Artists' Market/Warehouse Gallery, London. (CF, exhibition file), 7 July–30 September: "Exposition Internationale du Surréalisme" is organized by Breton and Duchamp for Galerie Maeght, Paris. Exhibition catalogue. . Newspaper, Exhibition Review, DeCaro, John. Magazine, Pedrosa, Mario. Newspaper, Illustration, "Seeing the Circus with 'Sandy' Calder." Text by Georges Salles; poem by Willem Sandberg. Art News, vol. This important show was held the following year and Jean-Paul Sartre wrote his famous essay on Calder's mobiles for the exhibition catalogue. Newspaper, Exhibition Review, Kulturrman, Udo. "The Ides of Art: 14 Sculptors Write." 11 April–16 May 1997. Group Exhibition, San Francisco Museum of Art. The Spirit of Modernism: The Tremaine Collection: 20th Century Masters. Solo Exhibition, The Pace Gallery at ArtRio, Pier Mauá, Rio de Janeiro. Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Schaefer, Adam. (CF, project file), 14 October–4 November: Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, presents "Calder–Miró." 67 (March 1974). (CF, Calder to parents, c. 26 August), 27 September: Calder arrives at Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, on the SS Volendam. Calder Gouaches and Mobiles. 11 New England Sculptors. 3 July–27 September 1987. 16, no. (CF, exhibition file), After 9 April: ACME Film Company produces Sculptor Discards Clay to Ply His Art in Wire, a film of Calder's wire sculpture that includes footage of Calder creating a wire portrait of Elizabeth "Babe" Hawes, a reporter and aspiring fashion designer whom he had met in Paris. However, Breton vetoes the collaboration, and the large standing mobile The Spider is installed instead. Though he was brought up in an artistic atmosphere, Calder's own inclinations were mechanical. 3–4 (5 February 1976). 30 April–30 September 1993. 1967. Alexander Calder American | 1898 - 1976 FOLLOW. Group Exhibition, Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas, Venezuela. Alexander Calder. Der Andere Calder. Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Schiller, Ronald. Calder: Four Maquettes, Two Stabiles & a Little Bird Too. "Man the Accident, the Anomaly." 1–29 April 1971. It's Sensational! Exhibition catalogue. Text by André Masson. V (1994). Film, M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., New York. "Ce n'était pas avec du Chatterton." "Calder: Un sculpteur sur le fil." 15 May–22 June 1959. The Burlington Magazine (February 1999). Illustrated Book, "Alexander Calder." Exhibition catalogue. Sculpture by Alexander Calder. There is a fine bronze foundry at the end of Villa Brune—so I am going to delve into cire perdue. Art Digest (1 December 1945). Newspaper, Exhibition Review, "A Sculptor of Mobiles." 13 January–27 February 1972. Fernand Léger / Alexander Calder. Solo Exhibition, Pace Gallery, New York. Group Exhibition, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. 51, no. He then goes on to Hanover, Bremen, and Cologne before returning to Bonn. Magazine, Buchholz Gallery, New York. Stevens Indicator, vol. 7 January–19 February 1961. Calder: lithographies, mobiles, stabiles. Film, Calder, Alexander, and Jacques Prévert. Arts Bulletin, no. 1963.Group Exhibition Catalogue, Calder's Circus. Magazine, The Arts Club of Chicago. Alexander Calder: Motion and Color. Newspaper, Exhibition Review, Galerie d'Art Moderne, Basel. "HO to AA, A Stage Playlet in Two Scenes." P/A News Report (June 1966). He introduces himself to Calder. 3 (May–June 1953). "Calder sur son Velo Orange." 16mm, color, sound (French); 15 min. December 1970. American Art: Four Exhibitions. "Vanguard American Sculpture." "Alexandre Calder, Escultor de Cata-Ventos." (Hayes 1977, 90; Calder 1966, 71–72), May: Animal Sketching, a drawing manual written by Calder with reproductions of 141 of his brush drawings, is published by Bridgman Publishers. New York: VVV, 1942. Solo Exhibition, John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco. Group Exhibition, William Beadleston, Inc., New York, in association with Susanna Allen Fine Art, London. (Calder 1966, 92; FJM, Calder to Miró, 10 December), After 10 December: Calder visits Miró at his Montmartre studio, "a sort of metal tunnel, a kind of Quonset hut." 11 New England Sculptors. Solo Exhibition, Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford, Connecticut. Magazine, Earp, T. W. "A Gay Plastic Fantasy." Solo Exhibition Catalogue, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Alexander Calder: 1898–1976. 1 (1 October 1943). Newspaper, Exhibition Review, "Berliner Kunstchronik." When I returned to Paris in Nov. 28 I was a "wire sculptor" as I put it, also "le roi du fil de fer." "Alexander Calder: 1898–1976." Paris: Maeght Editeur, 1971. 28 October–26 November 2011. Denise René présente quelques aspect de l'art d'aujourd'hui. Magazine, Illustration, The Boulevardier (c. 1926). Exhibition catalogue. Alexander Calder: Printmaker. 24, no. Exhibition catalogue. Monograph, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut. Some of these major monumental sculpture commissions include: .125, a mobile for the New York Port Authority that was hung in Idlewild (now John F. Kennedy) Airport (1957); Spirale, for UNESCO, in Paris (1958); Teodelapio, for the city of Spoleto, Italy (1962); Trois disques (Man), for the Expo in Montreal (1967); El Sol Rojo, installed outside the Aztec Stadium for the Olympic Games in Mexico City; La Grande vitesse, the first public art work to be funded by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) for the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan (1969); and Flamingo, a stabile for the General Services Administration in Chicago (1973). Newspaper, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London. They had a suggestion of some kind of cosmic nuclear gases—which I won't try to explain. I went to the Hotel Regina, in a little room up somewhere high. (Calder 1966, 206; Lipman 1976, 334), 2–8 August: The Calders leave Paris and take a train to Antwerp. Magazine, Carnegie Institute, Department of Fine Arts, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. La Grande vitesse. Group Exhibition, Gagosian Gallery, New York. Solo Exhibition, Museum Tinguely, Basel. Esquire, vol. New Yorker (6 November 1989). Life, Death, Love, Hate, Pleasure, Pain: Selected Works from the MCA Collection. Magazine, Jolas, Eugene, ed. Originated from Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark. 4 October 1995–7 January 1996. Bulletin of Smith College Museum of Art, no. New York: Transworld Art Corporation, 1976. 1953. Art Revolutionaries. Solo Exhibition, John Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis. Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Fundación del Museo Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain. 16mm, color, sound (English); 60 min. Alexander Calder. (Lanchner 1993, 330–31; CF, object file; Perls 1961), 6 July: The Calders give up their house in Paris and return to New York in the company of Hélion. 44 (July 1957). 39 (14 December 1940). (CF, project file; Carandente 1983), 21 July: To celebrate Calder's seventieth birthday, Klaus Perls gives an intimate party at the Colombe d'Or in Saint-Paul-de-Vence. 27 April–25 May 1971. (FJM, Calder to Prats, 24 March), 6 March–13 April: Galerie Maeght, Paris, exhibits "Calder: Stabiles." Exhibition catalogue. (CF, passport), 5 October–6 November: Perls Galleries, New York, exhibits "Calder: Animobiles–Recent Gouaches." Exhibition catalogue. 6 March–13 April 1959. 17 February–3 May 1981. In 1926, Calder moved to Paris, enrolled in the Académie de la Grande Chaumière, and established a studio at 22 rue Daguerre in the Montparnasse Quarter. 11 June–4 July 1936. Solo Exhibition, Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, France. Originated from Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal, Germany. New York: Sterling Publishing, 1963. Indiana Collects Calder. 1973. 20 November 1999–13 February 2000. Newspaper, Illustration, "The Boxing Sensation of the Southland." 5 October–14 November 1971. Group Exhibition, Jonathan O'Hara Gallery, New York. 10 October 1973. Boston Globe Magazine (15 May 1966). 22 December 1981–23 January 1982. Magazine, Kifner, John. 2 (March–April 1969). Cue (15 June 1998). Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Magazine, Illustration, Coates, Robert. Magazine, "Sculptor's Retreat." (CF, Calder to Warner, July), 30 August: In a series of letters, Calder and Keith Warner begin discussing the terms of Calder creating gold jewelry for Warner's wife: Would it be a fair proposition if I asked, as recompense, that you buy me an equal amount of gold? 8 June 1967. Newspaper, Kiko Galleries, Houston. The Fourteenth International Exhibition of Water Colors, Pastels, Drawings and Monotypes. Grand Rapids, Mich.: William E. Eerdmans, 1969. Foreword by W. A. Crimmins. Calder–The Painter. "L'Art dans L'Auto: Quand Calder Reve." (CF, exhibition file), 10 March: Calder leaves Paris. (CF, exhibition file), 19 March–27 April: Perls Galleries, New York, exhibits "Alexander Calder: 1963." Alexander Calder: An American Invention. Industrial Design, no. "Wanted: seven giant fans to make the mobiles move." Monumental Sculpture. Magazine, "XT: The Shapes to Come." 40me Exposition Annuelle. Part of the series "L'art et les hommes." Exhibition catalogue. Cleveland Plain Dealer, 13 March 1928. 33, no. I went to a bullfight, and then on to Paris by train. Newspaper, "Calder Set to Music." "Le Plus Petit Cirque du Monde." Magazine, Art News (September 1945).Magazine, Exhibition Review, New York World-Telegram, 15 September 1945.Newspaper, Exhibition Review, New York Sun, 15 September 1945.Newspaper, Exhibition Review, "Calder in Gouaches." Magazine, Exhibition Review, "Copper Wire Wins Place in Art Show." Magazine, Bui, My-Chau. 40 centimeters in diameter. Five Sculptors. 7–21 June 1977. Current Biography, vol. (Calder 1966, 153–54), 20 April: The Calders' first daughter, Sandra, is born, on Miró's birthday. Peggy Guggenheim received enormous silver mobile earrings and later commissioned a hammered silver headboard that shimmered with dangling fish. Originated from the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. 5 (May 1951). (ASL, registration records), 6–29 March: Calder exhibits The Eclipse in the "Ninth Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists" at the Waldorf-Astoria, New York. "Calder y Su Circo." 19 February–21 March 1973. 9 (28 February 1964). Prometheus, no. Chicago Tribune (Paris edition), 2 May 1931. "Calder Tapestries." Alexander Calder: Gouaches 1948–1962. Text by Patrick Waldberg. Exhibition catalogue. Calder  and Louisa decide to take permanent residence at their home in Roxbury. Primal Images. Newspaper, Halvorsen, Jon. Alvar Aalto: Second Nature. (CF, passport), 9–10 January: En route to Bombay, Calder and Louisa fly from Paris to Beirut. American Sculpture Since the 1950s. "Sun Rising in Calder." Newspaper, Exhibition Review, "Art in Wire." Monograph, Armstrong, Carol. Newspaper, Exhibition Review, The Pace Gallery, New York. (CF, project file; Calder 1966, 155), 7 December 1936–17 January 1937: Calder’s Praying Mantis and Object with Yellow Background are included in the exhibition "Fantastic Art, Dada and Surrealism," organized by the Museum of Modern Art, New York. 1973. Solo Exhibition, Artcurial, Munich. Group Exhibition, Division of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, Department of Fine Arts, San Francisco. Exhibition catalogue. Group Exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. "Alexander Calder's Playful Masterpieces." 1 (March–April 1956). Illustrated Book, Mosby, Aline. He mended everything in sight and kept us in gales of laughter all day long. Chicago Sun-Times, 8 May 1966. Cue (23 October 1943). 2006. (Calder 1966, 273), 5–11 January: The Calders sail on the SS France, arriving at Le Havre. Group Exhibition, Venus Over Manhattan, New York. Newspaper, Exhibition Review, Secrest, Merlye. Alexander Calder Mobiles. Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Pradel, Jean-Louis. Magazine, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, New York. Art in America (Summer 1959). Surrealism in Paris. 18 February–20 March 2000. Exhibition catalogue. All of this is arranged and balanced according to the laws of physics in action so that it allows for the miracles of circus acrobatics. Solo Exhibition, Fifth Festival of Two Worlds, Festival Foundation, Spoleto, Italy. Calder's Circus. Live (April 1998). I got more of a reaction from Doesburg than I had from the whole gang the night before. Pascin writes the preface for the exhibition catalogue: By some miracle, I became a member of a group of Aces of American Art, a Society of very successful painters and sculptors!!! Life International (29 September 1958). Solo Exhibition, Salon de la Société des Artistes Indépendants, Paris. "The man who made art move." Art in America, no. 2–20 October 1979. "Europe's Lighter Side." "Design in Industry, or Art as a Toy." Magazine, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. "Calder, der Ariel der eisernen Zivilisation." "Vernissage av modernt hos Artek." Monumenta: Sculpture in Environment. Solo Exhibition, PaceWildenstein, New York. Svenska Dagbladet, 10 March 1929. Magazine, Chabrun, Jean-Francois. Solo Exhibition, Kunstmuseum Bochum, Germany. 1953. The Intimate World of Alexander Calder. (Publication unknown), c. 1969. (CF, exhibition file), 20 October: The inaugural exhibition of Peggy Guggenheim's Art of This Century, New York, opens with an installation designed by Frederick Kiesler. 1982. Group Exhibition Catalogue, American National Exhibition, Sokolniki Park, Moscow. 7 (Fall/Winter 1932). Magazine, Statement & Interview, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston. Calder's kinetic sculptures are regarded as being amongst the earliest manifestations of an art that consciously departed from the traditional notion of the art work as a static object and integrated the ideas of gesture and immateriality as aesthetic factors.[23]. Group Exhibition, Nagoya City Art Museum, Japan. Group Exhibition Catalogue, Galerie Maeght, Paris. Imaginary Ancestors. "Graceful Art Moves in Breeze." Alexander Calder. 1147 (March 1959). Magazine, "'L'Homme de Calder A Été Présenté Avant Son Transport à Montreal." 6 (July–December 1959). Solo Exhibition, Museo d'Arte Moderno, Havana, Cuba. Calder: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Group Exhibition, Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli, Turin. "Mi Amigo Calder." (CF, illustrated jewelry list dated by Calder), 8–21 December: Willard Gallery, New York, exhibits "Calder Jewelry." 2017.Group Exhibition Catalogue, Gregory, Mary. 5 June 2010–1 April 2011. Newspaper, Exhibition Review, "Famed Sculptor Calder Sought to Do Work Here." 15 May–18 October 1936. "Homage to Calder." Smithsonian (September 1976). Burning Bright: A Short History of the Light Bulb. (CF, Calder to Allen, 24 September), Winter: Calder again collaborates with Graham, making a group of six mobiles—"visual preludes"—for her dance Horizons. Newspaper, Exhibition Review, First City National Bank, Houston. . Arts (January 1980). Art Revolutionaries. "Two Stabiles May Stay Put After Move to Harlem." Group Exhibition, Galeria Ambiente, São Paulo, Brazil. Monograph, Tuchman, Phyllis. Recent Acquisitions. The Imagery of Chess: A Group Exhibition of Paintings, Sculpture, Newly Designed Chessmen, Music, and Miscellany. Calder Foundation Event, Sotheby's S2, New York. Newspaper, Exhibition Review, Six Artists (1947). "Master Toymaker." The UNESCO Courier, no. Boston Sunday Globe, 8 May 1966. 28 February–3 April 2013. Magazine, Exhibition Review, McBride, Henry. New York World-Telegram, 15 February 1936. Haroon Mirza: The Last Tape, 2010/2013. Calder au Donjon de Vez. Newspaper, Exhibition Review, McBride, Henry. Foreword by Katherine Hanna; introduction by Jayne Merkel. Magazine, "Philadelphia Collectors Have Their Day at Museum of Art." Panorama (Milan), vol. 19 March–24 May 1998. Solo Exhibition, Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire. 1942. Black-and-white, silent; 0:48 min. Solo Exhibition, Lever House, New York. 17 July–25 August 1957. 5 (15 April 1947). (CF, Fisher to Calder, 5 December), 24 December: The large ‘overhead’ mobile should be in its box in your basement (awaiting my pleasure). 67 (March 1974). Solo Exhibition, Galerie Rudolf Hoffmann, Hamburg, Germany. Le Mercure de France, no. Mountainville, N.Y.: Storm King Art Center, 2003. 7 June–1 July 1994. Calder Lightness; Richard Tuttle Wire Pieces; Fred Sandback 64 Three-Part Pieces. Originated from Gallery 41, Oxford, England. Solo Exhibition, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome. Stegosaurus. Group Exhibition Catalogue, Cohen, Patricia. "Considering Sandy (1898–1976)." 2 of them are for the garden, wind propelled—and (I think), good. Washingtonian, vol. 4–21 April 2013. Solo Exhibition, Institute for the Humanities, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Special issue of Connaissance des Arts, no. "L'objet de Calder." 24 October–17 January 2014. "Les Fils de l'Air." Calder works with the bridge builders Fries et Cie to construct the monumental stabile Hextopus. Art in America, no. Alexander Calder: Early Works c. 1927–1944. Newspaper, Exhibition Review, Bardi, P. M. "Calder e os 'mobiles' em proxima exposicao." Newspaper, Exhibition Review, (Publication unknown), 27 November 1966. Pittsburgh Press, 7 November 1958. Group Exhibition, Coordinating Council of French Relief Societies, Whitelaw Reid Mansion, New York. 10 (1954). Newspaper, De la Serna, Ramón Gomez. Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Adlow, Dorothy. The Globe and Mail, 24 April 1965. News Statesman and Nation, 17 August 1962. Texts by James Johnson Sweeney, Michel Butor, Jean Davidson, Giovanni Carandente, Pol Bury, Gabrielle Buffet-Picabia, and Francis Miroglio; reprinted texts by Jean-Paul Sartre and Fernand Léger. XLVII, no. [citation needed], Alexander Calder's parents did not want him to be an artist, so he decided to study mechanical engineering. Exhibition catalogue. Written by Tennessee Williams; mobile prop by Calder; directed by Herbert Machiz. Magazine, Exhibition Review, Sweeney, James Johnson. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2017.Monograph, Bastable, Jonathan. Escultura, acuarelas y dibujos, grabados, libros ilustrados y joyas de la Colección del Museum of Modern Art de Nueva York. Art In America (8 October 2010). Art in America, vol. 50, no. I could tell by the music what act was getting on and used to rush to some vantage point. "Turin: Alexander Calder." Solo Exhibition, Galerie Pierre, Paris. Magazine, Prin, Alice (Kiki de Montparnasse). Exhibition catalogue. Texts by Fernand Léger and Christian Zervos. (CF, Evans to Calder, 15 March), 9 April: At Waterbury Iron Works in Connecticut, Calder finishes the mobile commissioned by the Port Authority of New York. Two sequences are made with Calder's collaboration: "Ballet," the fifth dream, and "Circus," the sixth dream. 6 April–13 May 2001. Choreographed by Joseph Lazzini; sets designed by Calder; music by Francis Miroglio. (CF, Calder to Nicholson, 26 May), Summer: In Roxbury, Calder works prolifically on "panels" and "frames." Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, France. Calder gives him "a sort of mechanized volcano, made of ebony." "Calder." Jesus for Jews: A History. (CF, passport), 13 March–12 April: Frank Perls Gallery, Beverly Hills, exhibits "Calder: Mobiles, Stabiles and Gouaches." A copy of a Pierre Matisse sales ledger in the foundation's files shows that only a few pieces in the 1941 show found buyers, one of whom, Solomon R. Guggenheim, paid only $233.34 (about $3,500 in 2014 dollars) for a work. 2 February–7 March 1943. I insisted on taking Louisa in a taxi to Panama City, to see the crazy traffic and open buildings I had seen sixteen years before, when a fireman on the S.S. Alexander. Exhibition catalogue. It was a lot different to engineering but I took to my newfound art immediately. (Calder 1966, 83; CF, Calder 1955–56, 149–50; Candide, 23 June), 17 June: Calder renews his French identity card. New York: Hudson Hills Press in association with the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1981. 5 October–6 November 1971. Newspaper, Galerie Maeght, Paris. (CF, exhibition file), 13 November–1 December: Buchholz Gallery/Curt Valentin, New York, presents "Alexander Calder." Newspaper, Exhibition Review, Brües, Otto. I was very fond of the spatial relations. Combat (8 September 1958). Origins of Modern Sculpture. "Review: Alexander Calder in joyous mode at L&M Arts." Originated from Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo. (CF, exhibition file), Calder gives the Mercury Fountain to the Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona. Alexander Calder: Mobiles, Stabiles, Bilder, Teppiche. Munich: Herkules-Saal der Residenz, 30 March 1962. The Kenyon Review, vol. To avoid conflicts, Kiesler insists that Calder send a telegram inviting van Doesburg for the following night. 2013. Exhibition catalogue. Exhibition catalogue. (CF, passport), 11–12 May: The Calders leave Paris, arriving in New York. (CF, Nanette to Calder, 6 May), 15 May–11 September: Calder constructs his most ambitious mobile to date, International Mobile, for the Third International Exhibition of Sculpture, Philadelphia Museum of Art in collaboration with the Fairmount Park Art Association. Calder is able to travel with his easily transportable circus and hold performances on both continents. Program included a revival of the 1936 presentation of Erik Satie’s symphonic drama Socrate with mobile decor recreated from Calder's designs, funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts; and Four Saints in Three Acts by Gertrude Stein with music by Virgil Thomson. Newspaper, Kober, Barabara. Newspaper, Exhibition Review, Genauer, Emily. 20 February–7 April 2002. Solo Exhibition, Fondation Beyeler, Riehen, Switzerland. (Lader 1981, 375), 18 May–5 June: "Calder: Constellationes" is shown at the Pierre Matisse Gallery, New York. Foreword by Arnold Rüdlinger. Solo Exhibition, Work in Progress (1968). Roxbury. (Calder 1966, 210–11; Lipman 1976, 334), 29–30 May: Louisa flies from Paris to New York. Paris: Éditions Dilecta, 2009. Magazine, Kron, Joan. Calder ou l'équilibre poétique. Magazine, Sweeney, James Johnson. Casabella,no. Craft Horizons, vol. Solo Exhibition, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut. Group Exhibition, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. One of the canons of the futuristic painters, as propounded by Modigliani, was that objects behind other objects should not be lost to view, but should be shown through the others by making the latter transparent. 12 (15–30 June 1969). 19 November 1994–22 January 1995. Solo Exhibition, Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Magazine, Exhibition Review, May, Stephen. San Pedro News-Pilot, 18 October 1943. However, we tried it just in the room here with lights and music and it is a thrilling dance all by itself and we would have to produce it just by itself with lights and music. I thought this would do for a wedding ring. Calder: Oils, Gouaches, Mobiles and Tapestries. Solo Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Wit and Humor. The Terese and Alvin S. Lane Collection: Twentieth-Century Sculpture and Sculptors' Works on Paper. 24 September 1970. 2 288 (30 July 1971). Calder Mobiles and Stabiles. "Alexander Calder, el precursor del art cinético." Guggenheim Museum Calendar of Events (August 1976). Originated from the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. 4." Magazine, Exhibition Review, "Calder." Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Javal, Emmanuel and Colombe Schneck. Magazine, Galerie Beyeler, Basel. (CF, exhibition file), 8–15 July: The Calders visit Long Island. Exhibition catalogue. Calder proceeds to construct small paper sculptures intended as a pun on the exhibition's title. Alexander Calder: Recent Works. Life, vol. 22 May 2007–5 March 2008.Group Exhibition, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The World, 18 January 1931. (CF, exhibition file), After February: Calder offers Sweeney a sculpture from his first show at the Pierre Matisse Gallery, for which Sweeney had written an introduction to the catalogue. 103, no. Newspaper, "Cultural Stability." Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Preston, Stuart. Surréalisme + Abstraction. Calder Gallery. Group Exhibition Catalogue, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil. Alexander Calder. Magazine, Parinaud, André. Directed by Lucy Raven; performance by Talujon Percussion Quartet.Film, Enigmatic Whisper (2017). Art News, vol. Matter (January 1990). Calder has a workshop in the cellar and attends Lowell High School. Welt Am Abend, 11 April 1929. Magazine, The Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. Newspaper, Exhibition Review, Werner, Bruno. Paris-Soir, 30 January 1929. 25 (9 December 1958). De Saint-Hugues et Musée Ochier, Cluny, France. '' de Calder. September–18 September 2016.Group Exhibition,,! Thing of the—the vast space—I ’ ve always Loved it a mechanic position on the theme calamity... After Two days he travels to Hamburg, where he Sketches at the home of Mr. Mrs.., Isabelle Corten, and the Congressional Action Fund, 1974 ( )... 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