"Just as one can compose colors, or forms, so one can compose motions."--Alexander Calder
Alexander Calder, ‘Untitled’ 1937
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Rotation, rotation, rotation! Alexander Calder and his high-wire circus act
Rotation, rotation, rotation! Alexander Calder and his high-wire circus act - Tate Modern, London A conversation with Mondrian in 1930 set in motion Alexander Calder’s glorious mobile sculptures – and his balletic constellations are still breathtaking today
Alexander Calder is justifiably famous for his delicate, airy, and often colorful stabiles and mobiles. We saw some originals "in Paris, dahling,"and in Switzerland, another artist tonally similar but distinct from Calder was Hans Peter Kamm.