RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder
Alexander Calder is a noted American artist; he is responsible for the creation of the mobile.
Alexander Calder is a noted American artist; he is responsible for the creation of the mobile. « Show less

Top Alexander Calder Articles

Displaying items 45-55
  • SFMOMA says it is more than halfway home in $480-million expansion campaign

     
    The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art says it has raised $250 million toward a $480-million campaign to expand the museum, including a new wing that will be the primary home to the prized, 1,100-work Fisher Collection (including Andy Warhol's......
  • The Deal: Bebop Design's moving sale features midcentury furniture, lamps and posters

     
    Come April, Bebop Designs will move from its current address on the all-but-vanished vintage furniture strip of Rowena Avenue to the more bustling Sunset Junction area....
  • Herve van der Straeten's bold jewelry comes to L.A. at just the right time

     
    Herve van der Straeten. If you don't know his name, you should. Now that a new kind of minimalism is coming into fashion, as seen on the fall runways at Celine, Chloe and Stella McCartney, the jury is out on......
  • Unused Beatles album artwork by Jim Dine up for sale

     
    The graphite and watercolor artwork that you see on the left was created in 1968 and was destined for eternal rock 'n' roll fame. Hollywood's Capitol Records commissioned Pop artist Jim Dine to create a series of illustrations for a......
  • Todd Oldham's new book 'Kid Made Modern': midcentury modern-inspired crafts for kids

     
    Designer Todd Oldham has officially overtaken Martha Stewart as our leading progenitor of cool crafts with his new book “Kid Made Modern” (AMMO Books, $22.95).Featuring 52 projects inspired by midcentury artists including Alexander Calder, Charle...
  • New York Fashion Week: Tory Burch and Phillip Lim have 'everything a girl needs'

     
    "Everything a girl needs." That's what I overheard a guest saying about the Tory Burch presentation, but it could just as well have described Phillip Lim's collection. Both designers are champions of the new bridge market that is a bright......
  • At LACMA, a playground for Machine Project

    At LACMA, a playground for Machine Project
    A girl, tarred and feathered, and strangled by a bullwhip, was found in the corner of a quiet garden. Nearby, at the top of a two-story glass-brick facade, was a speed-metal guitarist pounding out Ted Nugent-like jams before a gothic archway -- complete...
  • See Washington, D.C., like a local

    Washington is steeling itself for President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration on Jan. 20. Hotels have long sold out, and space on residents' floors is going by the square foot. But visitors have reason to be excited. They'll be on hand for a historic...
  • 'The Addams Family' had a rough move-in

    'The Addams Family' had a rough move-in
    The Arts Club in Chicago is a tony member's eatery favored by architects and artists, featuring a steel staircase designed by Mies van der Rohe and a permanent collection of works by Alexander Calder, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso. It was no...
  • Barcelona’s artistic side

    Barcelona’s artistic side
    Canvases of various sizes crowded the walls and floor of Agustí Puig's studio. Arms folded across his chest, he stood in the middle of them. Behind him, his artwork exploded with color and bold lines. He seemed nervous in the unaccustomed role of model as...
  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art turns 75 with a splash

    San Francisco Museum of Modern Art turns 75 with a splash
    When Grace McCann Morley became director of the San Francisco Museum of Art in 1935, she knew what she wanted to focus on: the art of her time. "If art of today is today overlooked or misunderstood, the loss is serious," she once wrote. "Art fails then to...