Saturday, July 24, 2010

the inventor of the mobile (hanging art piece of many balanced parts) Alexander Calder

from has a brief but unenlightening description, and doesn't hit the innovative genius key that a documentary I watched did. Alexander Calder had a roll of wire in his pocket and a pair of pliers, and when inspiration hit he would create, anywhere and anytime, and made masterpieces like this circus of minitures

For a gallery of Alex in his studio:

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