Beginning on October 5, three monumental sculptures by Alexander Calder will be on view at the Seagram Building at 375 Park Avenue, New York, as part of a collaboration between Pace and the Calder Foundation. The presentation coincides with Storm King Art Center’s annual gala on October 8, which is honoring the foundation and its president, Alexander S.C. Rower, the artist’s grandson.
Made possible by Aby Rosen, RFR Holding LLC, the installation will include 3 Flèches Blanches (1965), Angulaire (1974), and Saurien (1976). As Randy Kennedy of The New York Times writes, the architecture “of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and the sculpture of Alexander Calder have always seemed to go together, like ham and eggs.” Calder’s works will be on display on the building’s plaza through November 10.
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