NOTEBOOK ALEXANDER CALDER CERCLES, 1966
Notebook featuring a reproduction of the artwork "Cercels, 1966." Its 360º design is reminiscent of Alexander Calder's imaginative "drawings in space."
Part of an exclusive product line that accompanies the "A Line of Balance" exhibition at the Serralves Foundation, it reflects Calder's desire to create art that resonated with life through constant engagement with the force of gravity, air circulation, and the play of chance.
Using the language of abstraction, Alexander Calder was fascinated throughout his career by the kinetic potential of art and captured movement through a series of structures that presented radical alternatives to traditional notions of sculpture of the time, profoundly impacting the history of 20th-century art.
This exclusive product collection for the "A Line of Balance" exhibition was developed in collaboration with the Calder Foundation.
© 2023 Calder Foundation, New York/ Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Calder © is a registeres trademark of Calder Foundation, New York
- Recycled Paper
- 128 p.
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