Alexander Calder

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Mansur Gavriel x Calder Limited Edition Capsule Collection

 

A celebration of purity, form, color and material: works by renowned artist Alexander Calder are

printed onto four classic

Mansur Gavriel silhouettes

 

This limited-edition capsule collection was created in partnership with the

Calder Foundation and

Hauser & Wirth gallery

MINI BUCKET BAG WITH CALDER PRINT

Alexander Calder

Untitled, 1972, Sheet metal, wire, and paint

Black Mini Bucket Bag printed with Calder's Untitled, 1972, Sheet metal, wire, and paint

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LARGE TOTE WITH CALDER PRINT

Alexander Calder Vertical Foliage, 1941, Sheet metal, wire, and paint

Cammello Large Tote printed with Calder's Vertical Foliage, 1941, Sheet metal, wire, and paint

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CIRCLE CROSSBODY WITH CALDER PRINT

Alexander Calder Untitled, 1974, Gouache and ink on paper

Cammello Circle Crossbody printed with Calder's Untitled, 1974, Gouache and ink on paper

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ATTACHE WITH CALDER PRINT

Alexander Calder Untitled, c. 1955, Sheet metal, wire, and paint

Cammello Attaché printed with 

Calder's Untitled, c. 1955, Sheet metal, wire, and paint 

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About Alexander Calder

 

Alexander Calder (1898-1976), whose illustrious career spanned much of the 20th century, is the most acclaimed and influential sculptor of our time. Born in a family of celebrated, though more classically trained artists, Calder utilized his innovative genius to profoundly change the course

of modern art.

 

He began by developing a new method of sculpting: by bending and twisting wire, he essentially “drew” three-dimensional figures in space. He is renowned for the creation of the mobile, whose suspended, abstract elements move and balance in changing harmony. Calder also devoted himself to making outdoor sculpture on a grand scale from bolted sheet steel. Today, these stately titans grace public plazas in cities

throughout the world.

Behind Mansur Gavriel x Calder

"There are many qualities of Calder’s work we relate to as creatives: purity of color and form; a sense of liveliness; a very specific relationship between color and material; and a beautiful and elevated aesthetic message that is also easy to understand and relate to. We love his site-specific works, and are very interested in the intentional presentation

of a work within a specific environment or context."

- Rachel Mansur & Floriana Gavriel

 

Calder: Nonspace

$50

Calder: Nonspace Exhibition Book

Documenting the installation of famed works by Alexander Calder at Hauser & Wirth gallery in Los Angeles

Photographed by Ed Park

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