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Alexander Calder, Mobile | https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/art-1010/art-between-wars/american-art-wwii/v/motion

Alexander Calder, Mobile | https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/art-1010/art-between-wars/american-art-wwii/v/motion

Alexander Calder - memories of school field trip to Guggenheim to see his mobiles/stabiles

Os melhores móbiles de Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder - memories of school field trip to Guggenheim to see his mobiles/stabiles

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

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, Untitled, 1937, Painted metal, steel and wire, 2280 x 2030 x 2560 mm, The Tate Modern Museum, London

Alexander Calder, Untitled, 1937, Painted metal, steel and wire, 2280 x 2030 x 2560 mm, The Tate Modern Museum, London

"Just as one can compose colors, or forms, so one can compose motions."--Alexander Calder

"Just as one can compose colors, or forms, so one can compose motions."--Alexander Calder

This sculpture is called Little Face (1945) sculpted by Alexander Calder. Calder was an American sculptor known as the originator of the mobile, a type of moving sculpture made with delicately balanced or suspended shapes that move in response to touch or air currents.

This sculpture is called Little Face (1945) sculpted by Alexander Calder. Calder was an American sculptor known as the originator of the mobile, a type of moving sculpture made with delicately balanced or suspended shapes that move in response to touch or air currents.

The Intimate World of Alexander Calder. Book. image 5

The Intimate World of Alexander Calder. Book

Alexander Calder, American (1898 - 1976) Title: Untitled - III Year: 1970 Medium: Lithograph, signed in the plate Size: 31 in. x 24 in. (78.74 cm x 60.96 cm) http://rogallery.com/Calder_Alexander/calder_alexander-hm.htm http://rogallery.com/Calder_Alexander/calder-lithograph-III.html

Alexander Calder, American (1898 - 1976) Title: Untitled - III Year: 1970 Medium: Lithograph, signed in the plate Size: 31 in. x 24 in. (78.74 cm x 60.96 cm) http://rogallery.com/Calder_Alexander/calder_alexander-hm.htm http://rogallery.com/Calder_Alexander/calder-lithograph-III.html

Arte cinética - O termo cinético está etimologicamente ligado à idéia de movimento. A especificidade da arte cinética, dizem os estudiosos, é que nela o movimento constitui o princípio de estruturação. O cinetismo rompe assim com a condição estática da pintura, apresentando a obra como um objeto móvel, que não apenas traduz ou representa o movimento, mas está em movimento. É o caso dos famosos móbiles de Calder, cujo movimento independe da posição e do olhar do observador

Arte cinética - O termo cinético está etimologicamente ligado à idéia de movimento. A especificidade da arte cinética, dizem os estudiosos, é que nela o movimento constitui o princípio de estruturação. O cinetismo rompe assim com a condição estática da pintura, apresentando a obra como um objeto móvel, que não apenas traduz ou representa o movimento, mas está em movimento. É o caso dos famosos móbiles de Calder, cujo movimento independe da posição e do olhar do observador

Federal Center, 1959-1973, Mies van der Rohe. Flamingo, 1973-74 Alexander Calder. Chicago.

Federal Center, 1959-1973, Mies van der Rohe. Flamingo, 1973-74 Alexander Calder. Chicago.

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