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Exhibition Catalogue

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by Alexander Calder



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Published in conjunction with the exhibition held between October
4 and November 16, 1969 at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

Alexander Calder was an American artist best known for his invention of the kinetic sculptures known as mobiles. Calder also produced a variety of two-dimensional artworks including lithographs, paintings, and tapestries as seen in his Butterfly (1970). “My whole theory about art is the disparity that exists between form, masses, and movement,” the artist once said.

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Dimensions 27,5 x 21 cm 10 1/2 x 8 1/2 in
Publisher Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Contributors Fernand Léger
Pages 41
Publication Date 1969


Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder was born on July or August 22, 1898, in Lawnton, Pennsylvania, into a family of artists. In 1919, he received an engineering degree from Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey. Calder attended the Art Students League, New York, from 1923 to 1925, studying briefly with Boardman Robinson and John Sloan. As a freelance artist for the National Police Gazette in 1925, he spent two weeks sketching at the circus; his fascination with the subject dates from this time.

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