This exhibition aims to reassess the career of Alexander Calder (1898–1976) by drawing attention to the performative aspects his work, as well as his lesser-known collaborations with artists, theater producers, choreographers, and composers. The exhibition features Calder’s figurative wire portraits; a selection of his kinetic works; and work in media such as performance, drawing, and set design. Through nearly 100 objects, the exhibition highlights how motion, performance, and theatricality underpinned the artist’s career. It also features new research material in the form of film, photography, drawings, and designs.
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