A celebration of two of the best-known artists of the 20th century – Miro and Calder. A book for those who love 20th century sculpture, Surrealism, and abstract art.
This deluxe, slipcased volume on the work of Surrealist artists Joan Miro and Alexander Calder accompanies joint exhibitions at the Acquavella and Pace Galleries in New York.
|Dimensions||248 × 305 mm|
Margit Rowell is an American curator. She retired as chief curator of drawings at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 2002. She has published several books on contemporary art. Mildred Glimcher is an author and art historian who has contributed to numerous books and exhibition catalogues, and – with her husband, Arne Glimcher – founded the Pace Gallery on Newbury Street in Boston in 1960. Joan Punyet Miro is the artist's grandson. Alexander (Sandy) Rower is head of the Calder Foundation and is Alexander Calder's grandson.