Calder: Hypermobility

Calder: Hypermobility focuses on the extraordinary breadth of movement and sound in the work of Alexander Calder. This exhibition brings together a rich constellation of key sculptures and provides a rare opportunity to experience the works as the artist intended—in motion.
, 'Parasite,' 1947, Whitney Museum of American Art

Alexander Calder

Parasite, 1947

Whitney Museum of American Art

, 'Calder with the frame for Snake and the Cross (1936) in his New York City storefront studio, winter 1936. ,' Winter 1936, Whitney Museum of American Art

Herbert Matter

Calder with the frame for Snake and the Cross (1936) in his New York City storefront studio, winter 1936. , Winter 1936

Whitney Museum of American Art

, 'Hour Glass,' 1941, Whitney Museum of American Art

Alexander Calder

Hour Glass, 1941

Whitney Museum of American Art

, 'Machine motorisée,' 1933, Whitney Museum of American Art

Alexander Calder

Machine motorisée, 1933

Whitney Museum of American Art

, 'Dancers and Sphere (maquette for 1939 New York World's Fair) set in motion in Calder's "small shop" New York City storefront studio,' 1938, Whitney Museum of American Art

Herbert Matter

Dancers and Sphere (maquette for 1939 New York World's Fair) set in motion in Calder's "small shop" New York City storefront studio, 1938

Whitney Museum of American Art

, 'Hanging Spider,' ca. 1940, Whitney Museum of American Art

Alexander Calder

Hanging Spider, ca. 1940

Whitney Museum of American Art