National Gallery of Art - EXHIBITIONS

Alexander Calder: 1898 - 1976

March 29 - July 12, 1998

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Biography of
Alexander Calder

Works by Alexander Calder in the Gallery's Collection

Alexander Calder's
Mobile in the East Building

Alexander Calder's
Cheval Rouge in the Sculpture Garden

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Press Materials

Image: Alexander Calder, Deux Angles Droits, 1971 The exhibition, which marked the centennial of the sculptor's birth, was the first major retrospective of Calder's work in the United States since his death in 1976. 198 sculptures, 5 related paintings, 24 items of jewelry, 31 works on paper, and 2 toys were presented. 3 monumental sculptures were displayed outside the East Building.