Legendary French art publishing house and gallery Cahiers d'Art, in collaboration with the Calder Foundation, is proud to present Calder in France, a tribute to Alexander Calder that focuses on the modern artist’s long-standing relationship with France. The revue, prepared in 2014, commemorates the 25th anniversary of the Atelier Calder Artists' Residency. It will be available in June 2015.
“Calder reached his artistic maturity in 1920s Paris at a time when the city was very much the center of burgeoning avant-garde experimentation. His early years in Paris marked the beginning of a lasting love for France, where he met many of his lifelong artist friends,” explains Alexander S. C. Rower, grandson of the artist and president of the Calder Foundation. “Calder’s time in France, and his continued legacy there, constitutes a natural and rich subject for study.”
The limited edition of the revue Calder in France, includes a limited and signed work by Darren Bader, 2013 Calder Prize laureate and 2014 Atelier Calder resident.
Cahiers d'Art is pleased to announce the availability of the Limited Edition of CAHIERS D'ART No. 1, 2014, dedicated to Hiroshi Sugimoto.
Cahiers d'Art celebrates the 100th issue of the revue with Hiroshi Sugimoto.
This second issue of the newly published Cahiers d’Art revue focuses predominately on the work of Rosemarie Trockel, who’s 2013 piece, Clock Owner, graces the cover of this edition.
A limited signed and numbered edition of 75 copies in French and 75 copies in English is also available with a special edition of the vinyl print Squeezable, 2014 bound within each copy.