Calder and Picasso

by Alexander Calder and Pablo Picasso


Calder and Picasso

Interview with Sandy Rower and Bernard Ruiz-Picasso by Phong Bui.
Essays by Susan Braeuer Dam; Jordana Mendelson; and Robert Slifkin.
Archival materials and historical photographs.
29 x 23 cm
11 3/8 x 9 in
224 pages
Edition of 2000
Almine Rech Editions

ISBN 978-2-930573-19-9

Calder and Picasso is an unprecedented exhibition that for the very first time explores the subject of these two celebrated modern masters. In an exceptional twist, the show is curated by the esteemed artists’ grandsons, Alexander S. C. Rower and Bernard Ruiz-Picasso, both of whom have dedicated their lives to furthering their grandfathers’ artistic legacies. The exhibition features more than fifty works created between 1912 and 1967, many of which have seldom or never before been exhibited.

Features a conversation between Alexander S.C Rower, Bernard Ruiz-Picasso and Phong Bui, ‘Liberating Lines’, an essay by Susan Braeuer Dam, ‘Picasso, Miro and Calder at the 1937 Spanish Pavilion in Paris’, an essay by Jordana Mendelson and ‘The Mobile Line’, an essay by Robert Slifkin.

This catalogue was published in conjunction with the exhibition Calder and Picasso, held at Almine Rech Gallery New York, from October 28 to December 17, 2016.

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