Alexander Calder, Motion Lab, is on view at SFMOMA until September 10, 2017. The exhibition traces Calder’s explorations of motion from the late 1920s to the late 1960s.
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Pace Gallery recommends a selection of our catalogues perfect for gifting this holiday season. Check out the titles below. Agnes Martin: Paintings, Writings, Remembrances Introduction by Arne Glimcher, Phaidon Miró and Calder’s Constellations Texts by Margit Rowell and Mildred Glimcher, Introductions by Joan Punyet Miró and Alexander S.C. Rower, Rizzoli Samaras: Album 2 Text by Donald Kuspit, Skira 50 Years at Pace Gallery Text by Arne Glimcher, Pace Gallery
Robert Rauschenberg: Erasing the Rules opens November 18, 2017. This presentation of the artist's retrospective, traveling from the Tate Modern and MoMA, focuses on his continual experimentation with materials and collaborative working processes. Including prints, sculptures, paintings, and Combines, the exhibition illustrates how Rauschenberg "broke down boundaries between disciplines, anticipated many of the defining cultural and social issues of our time, and redefined what are could be for g
Calder: The Conquest of Time: The Early Years: 1898–1940 is the first biography dedicated to the life and work of renowned artist Alexander Calder. Starting with his peripatetic upbringing in Philadelphia, California, and New York, the author, Jed Perl, traces Calder's studies as an engineer, his influential friendships with prominent twentieth-century creators, as well as his move to Paris in the 1920s and work thereafter, to brilliantly illustrate the artist's visionary practice and career. Ba