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Calder

Alexander. 1898--1976, US sculptor, who originated mobiles and stabiles (moving or static abstract sculptures, generally suspended from wire).
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Despite the ambition of its programmes and projects--which include the biennial Calder Prize, awarded to an innovative young artist of proven potential--the Calder Foundation is small, with a staff of only 12.
The foundation also adds to the impressive collection of art that Calder left on his death.
But with my grandfather, during his lifetime, nothing like the Calder Foundation existed.
As Mr Rower concludes, A scholar can come and read an original letter from Calder to his mother.
Street, Mayor of Philadelphia, said: "With greatest enthusiasm we welcome the Calder Foundation and Mr.
The Calder Museum Partners, a newly incorporated non-profit corporation with a mission to bring the new museum into being, will include on its board members of the Calder family and Foundation, and officials from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the City of Philadelphia, among others.
Anne d'Harnoncourt, Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, said: "We are thrilled by the twin opportunities represented by the Calder Museum and Mr.
I am enormously grateful to Diane Dalto, who will take on the new role of Project Director for the Calder Museum Partners, to Gail Harrity, Chief Operating Officer of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and to John Higgins, Executive Director, Foundation for Architecture, who have been crucial members of the team that brought about this happy day.
Ando will serve as architect," noted Calder Foundation Director Alexander S.
The work of the Calder family has long been a part of this city's cultural fabric, and we are moved by the commitment being made to renew and fulfill this historic artistic legacy in Philadelphia.