Alexander Calder: Radical Inventor illuminates how Alexander Calder’s (1898–1976) disruption of both conventional hierarchies of fine art and the boundaries between utilitarian and aesthetic objects gave him the freedom to develop novel approaches within a range of media. This comprehensive exhibition includes a variety of key works by Calder, including sculptures, drawings performances, and jewelry.
This exhibition will also be on view at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (April 5, 2019–August 4, 2019) and the Smithsonian American Art Museum (September 13, 2019–January 12, 2020). More information is forthcoming.
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