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The rotating exhibits within the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Resnick
Pavilion never fail to delight -- and the current exhibition, Calder and Abstraction:
From Avant-Garde to Iconic, is no exception.
The exhibition was designed by Frank O. Gehry with installations showcasing
Alexander Calder’s influential sculptures, mobiles, stabiles, and maquettes. The
American artist designed LACMA’s emblematic outdoor sculpture “Three Quintains (Hello Girls), yet this is Calder’s first public retrospective at the LA landmark.
For those interested in meditation in art and motion, walking through the space
inspires a spacious and contemplative feel. The intricate, yet simple, art collection
allows an expansion of mind and thought, nearly stopping time and space. Inspiration is found everywhere, especially within the creation of someone whose vision
influenced art and design in the 20th Century.
ON VIEW THROUGH JULY 27, 2014. TICKETS AVAILABLE: LACMA.ORG.
CALDER AND ABSTRACTION, FROM AVANT-GARDE TO ICONIC.