Alexander Calder: Dinner Plate
Alexander Calder: Dinner Plate
Alexander Calder: Dinner Plate
Alexander Calder: Dinner Plate
Alexander Calder: Dinner Plate
Alexander Calder: Dinner Plate
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Alexander Calder: Dinner Plates

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Produced by Bernardaud, this set includes six dinner plates, each featuring a reproduction of a different mobile by Alexander Calder.

Calder developed a new method of sculpting—bending and twisting wire to “draw” three-dimensional figures in space. Predating Conceptual art by several decades, and resonating with the Futurists and Constructivists as well as with the language of early abstract painting, Calder gained renown for his invention of the “mobile,” a term coined by Marcel Duchamp to describe Calder’s new kinetic sculptures.

Producer: Bernardaud
Year: 2014
Material: Glazed Limoges porcelain in presentation box
Dimensions: each 10 1/2 × 10 1/2 inches (26.7 × 26.7 cm)
Edition: Edition of 3,000

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