This exclusive print published by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco features Alexander Calder, Impartial Forms, 1946. Printed in the USA. Packed boarded and bagged in a clear sleeve with information about the artwork and exhibition. Measures 11 x 14 in.
Calder-Picasso presents a compelling conversation between the works of two artists engaged in a lifelong exploration of modernity: Alexander Calder and Pablo Picasso. Working both abstractly and representationally, Calder and Picasso explored three fundamental components of art: line, volume, and void. Their works transformed our conceptions of form and space—and thus the very definition of art itself.