Gallery Talk: Alexander Calder's Rouge triomphant

Dec 17, 2012 8:48PM

Epic Mobility. The celebratory Rouge triomphant was one of Alexander Calder's most beloved works. Calder expanded it twice until it reached 6 meters across and installed it himself in a 1962 Tate retrospective. A Calder’s Calder, the piece embodies the lyrical grace and wit present in his entire body of work.

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