Cahiers d'Art: Calder in France
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Paperback. Published by Cahiers d'Art. 194 pages.
This detailed, color-image filled revue created with the Calder Foundation is a focused look at the Alexander Calder's long-standing relationship with France. The revue begins in 1920's Paris, where he imprints himself in the avant-garde scene then after the war where he would design his final monumental studio in 1963. A selection of images of his work, studio, models for sculptures are supplemented with insightful interviews and essays make this publication an important documentation of this pivotal artist's work. Alexander Calder is a well represented part of the Whitney Museum Collection and its history as an institution.
|Paperback. Published by Cahiers d'Art. 194 pages.|