Alexander Calder

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Noun1.Alexander Calder - United States sculptor who first created mobiles and stabiles (1898-1976)
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The following outcomes helped students focus on the purpose, process, and content of the project: to understand what kinetic sculptures are, to understand symmetrical and asymmetrical balance, to understand a relationship to art history with an in-depth study of Alexander Calder and his influence, to understand the importance of art to public spaces, to gain a greater awareness of three-dimensional structures, to gain specific scientific knowledge of the structure of insects, to increase awareness of our environment and the importance of ecological balance.
Above the fireplace hang two striking prints: the Alexander Calder sculpture, "La Grande Vitesse," and "This is a Free Country," a poster of Woody Woodpecker bursting through an American flag by Ronnie Cutrone, a longtime associate of Andy Warhol.
My mind was rushing ahead with visions of Alexander Calder and mobiles hanging from every ceiling in our school.
It is already the official North American rights representative for other institutions of modern and contemporary art including the Tate Modern, the Musee d'Orsay, Centre Pompidou, Musee Picasso, Musee Fernand Leger, the Musee Matisse, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Alexander Calder Foundation.
check out some books on Alexander Calder, like "Calder's Universe.
become familiar with the life and work of Edgar Degas and Alexander Calder.
The first series of projects initiated by PaperBall was a group of Alexander Calder books currently in production.
Drawing with wire was made popular by the well-known American artist Alexander Calder who fashioned animals, people, buildings and landscapes by bending this simple material.