Alexander Calder. Avant-Garde in Motion: Version without by Susanne Meyer-Büser,D. Hahn,G. Rower-Upjohn

By Susanne Meyer-Büser,D. Hahn,G. Rower-Upjohn

Alexander Calder is without doubt one of the most vital American artists of the 20 th century and a pioneer of kinetic paintings. This lavishly illustrated ebook specializes in Calder's works of the Nineteen Thirties and Nineteen Forties, a interval within which the sculptor experimented with wildly assorted creative instructions. whereas showcasing quite a few Calder's early summary sculptures, this publication additionally offers key works by means of his contemporaries, corresponding to Piet Mondrian, Joan Miró and Jean Arp. by way of atmosphere Calder's paintings along that of alternative artists, Alexander Calder: Avant-garde in movement establishes traces of impression and differentiation, in addition to the bigger context during which he created his sculptures. greater than a hundred pictures of Calder's iconic mobiles and stabiles provide a unprecedented experience of Calder's usually playful use of house, and permit readers to check his paintings intimately. This publication offers the total of Calder's success in an extraordinary fashion.

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