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Philadelphia Museum of Art: Pew Charitable Trusts Teams with Art Museum to Initiate Outdoor Display of Calder Sculptures
Sculptures of varying
scale, some of them monumental, could be placed on the
two-acre site of the forthcoming Calder Museum at Benjamin
Thomas Dane: Calder: The Forties
"The next step in sculpture is motion." Alexander Calder, New York World-Telegram, June 11, 1932.
"my first work in the abstract was based on the concept of stellar relationships. Since then there have been variations from this theme, but I ...
Fundação Arpad Szenes - Vieira da Silva: Derriere le Miroir: 35 Original Engravings from the Magazine 1946 to 1982
The magazine, itself designed as an art object sumptuously presented in a large (38 x 28 cm) format, is illustrated with original lithographs as well as a number of reproductions. Poets and writers like Aragon, Beckett, Char, Eluard, Prévert, Quen...
ASU Art Museum: The Eye of the Collector:
Works from the Lipman
Collection of American Art
The exhibition will include works by Alexander Calder, Louise Nevelson,
David Smith, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Lucas Samaras, Robert Morris
Albright-Knox Art Gallery: Photographs of Artists
Don't miss this opportunity to come face
to face with artists represented in the Gallery's collection
such as Henri...
Hayward Gallery: Force Fields: Phases of the Kinetic
Over 100 paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations and films made by artists from the 1920s to the early 1980s have been brought together by the exhibition’s curator Guy Brett. Among the seminal works in the show are Calder’s early mobiles, D...
Tacoma Art Museum: A Transatlantic Avant-Garde: American Artists in Paris, 1918 – 1939
Paris was the world’s art center before World War II, attracting international artists who gleaned ideas and styles from the city’s heady scene. Key artists of many disciplines such as James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway, Pablo Picasso, Wassily Kandinsk...
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art: After the Beginning and Before the End: 222 Drawings from Picasso to Yoko Ono
The exhibition After the Beginning and Before the End - 222 Drawings from
Picasso to Yoko Ono is about these beginnings. In 222 examples of the
artist’s first steps toward the finished product, this exhibition s...
The Art Room: EAST AFRICA'S MODERN ART MOVEMENT
Newly opened, THE ART ROOM establishes a center for East African fine
painting in the Bay Area. Important original works by leading Ugandan artists
James Kitamirike and David Kibuuka, among others, are exhibited.
(December 1, 1999, throu...
National Gallery of Art: FROM REMBRANDT TO RUBENS AND MONET TO
MATISSE, EXHIBITION PRESENTS ACQUISITIONS OF THE
LAST DECADE AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY
The exhibition is made possible by Verizon Foundation, the philanthropic arm of
Verizon Communications. The Foundation is also funding the development of a
Malmo Konsthall: Moderna Museet c/o Malmo Kunsthall
The exhibition focuses on the more eccentric and sharp parts of the 20th-century collection, including such works as Paulina Wallenberg-Olsson's bullet-proof dress, Marcel Duchamp's notorious urinal and Edward Kienholz's The State Hospital.
National Academy: Surrealism USA: Between 1930 and 1950
One of the most revolutionary artistic and intellectual movements of the twentieth century, Surrealism still exerts a strong appeal today, more than fifty years after its heyday. The profound influence that this world of fantasy and dream had on a...
Il Ramo d'Oro: Single Authors: Arnaldo Monges, Xavier Kraussen, Carlos Triana
A caustic expressionism that shows an extreme dimension of the grotesque that wants provocatively denounce the human stupidity and, though the satire and the ridiculous, condemn its stereotypes and common places.
gallery twenty-four: Christopher Gulick: Kinetic Sculpture
Christopher will be “artist in residence” for the duration of the exhibit.
Gulick comments about is work: "Kinetic Mobile sculpture is like a companion. They occupy space similar to a friend. They converse with us at a deep,inner level. They a...
Phillips Collection: Surrealism and Modernism from the Collection of the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
Notably, the Atheneum was the first museum in the world to purchase a painting by Salvador Dalí (1931) and the first American museum to acquire works by surrealist Joan Miró (1934), the Paris-born painter known as Balthus (1938), and American surr...
Brooklyn Museum of Art: Vital Forms: American Art and Design in the Atomic Age, 1940-1960
These items appear, along with 250 other works in Vital Forms: American Art and Design in the Atomic Age, 1940-1960. A decade in the planning, this exhibition is the first ever to present examples of all the visual arts that made use of org...
Silvermine Guild Arts Center: Spectra '04 National Photography Triennial
SUSAN SCAFATI PHOTOGRAPHY has received the Barbara Lans Memorial Award for "Descent" from The Italy Series.
The exhibition was juried by Barbara Hitchcock who says of the exhibit, “Imagination found its voice in the work of a number of photograph...
California Palace of the Legion of Honor: Animals Real and Imagined: Artists Books from the Permanent Collection
The illustrated books selected for display in Animals Real and Imagined span a period of exactly 400 years. The earliest work in the exhibition is a 1592 edition of engravings depicting flora, fauna, and insects by the Flemish artist Jacob Hoefnagel ...
Saint Louis Art Museum: Tadao Ando - Architect
Ando's chosen building material is reinforced concrete. In plan, his buildings consist of geometric
forms whose smooth concrete surfaces define pristine sculpted spaces. Ando is particularly masterful
at incorporating light, water, and lands...
Queens Museum of Art: Art at Work: Forty Years of
the Chase Manhattan
This landmark exhibition will present a
wondrous display of 120 contemporary
masterpieces, including: a powerful
thirty-eight foot mural by Sam Francis;
a soaring mobile by Alexander Calder;
and a landmark video installation by
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Directions - Ernesto Neto
Neto's sculptures and installations are indeed singular in contemporary art, says curator Viso. His works, which he describes as a 'kind of body/space/landscape,' not only arrest us visually but also make us keenly aware of the spaces inside, aro...
Whitney Museum of American Art: Visions from America: Photographs from the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1940-2000
Curator Sylvia Wolf's selection focuses on artists who live and work in this country. Portraits, landscapes, street photographs, and genre subjects will be featured, including works by Vito Acconci, Diane Arbus, Matthew Barney, Dawoud Bey, Nancy B...
Physics Room: MY EYES KEEP ME IN TROUBLE: Touring Group Exhibition Organized by CCNOA Brussels
Included in the exhibition are Justin Andrews (AUS), John Beech (UK/USA), Kjell Bjorgeengen (N), Helen Calder (NZ), Julian Dashper (NZ), Matthew Deleget (USA), Alexandra Dementieva (RUS/B) & Aernoudt Jacobs (B), Ward Denys (B), Billy Gruner (AUS),...
San Diego Museum of Art: Vital Forms: American Art and Design in the Atomic Age, 1940-1960
With more than 265 items, the exhibition comprises every category of object imaginable including paintings, sculpture, architectural photography, fashion, textiles, ceramics, jewelry, furniture, glass, toys, and graphic design. Among the highlight...
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Guggenheim Collection - Artist - Calder - Biography
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