Signed bottom right, in print, Calder
This lot is a poster for a 1971 exhibition dedicated to Alexander Calder's work at the Pace/Columbus gallery in Ohio.
Calder is best known as the inventor of the mobile, a kinetic art installation composed of individual elements that move in response to motor energy or air currents. He has transposed the geometric shapes used in his mobiles to create brightly coloured abstract paintings and prints, in a style that calls to mind Joan Miro or Matisse's paper cutouts. Calder's work has been presented at a number of Pace gallery branches along the years.
This lot comes framed.
Illustration in good condition, defects at the edges
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