In every aspect of his oeuvre, Alexander Calder’s reproduction of the world is enduringly fresh and endlessly alluring. From majestic mobiles to whimsical gouaches, Calder’s uniquely enchanting forms inspire wonder and fascination. In 1962, the artist discussed his practice in an interview with art historian, Katherine Kuh. His words powerfully describe the impact the systems of the universe have on his work and reinforce the universality of his vision as an artist.
Alexander Calder: Imagining the Universe
12–25 September | Hong Kong