Calder: Nonspace takes its title from a 1963 essay by American novelist James Jones, written after encountering a series of large-scale sculptures in Alexander Calder's studio in Saché, France
With this as a starting point, this catalog explores Calder's work from the angle of monumentality by documenting an installation at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles
It is composed of more than 30 temporary or permanent stabiles and mobiles placed in an environment specially designed by the designer...
32.4 x 26.5cm
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