Posted: December 27, 2013

Princeton University Art Museum Presents Installation of Outdoor Sculpture by Legendary American Artist Alexander Calder

Widely considered one of the most important, original and influential artists of the 20th century, Alexander Calder (1898–1976) is known for having invented the mobile as well as for his “stabile” constructions, non-kinetic abstract sculptures that were often monumental in scale and designed to be placed outdoors. Two landmark stabiles—Man and The Kite That Never Flew, both from 1967 and made of painted steel—will be on view adjacent to the Princeton University Art Museum’s entrance from Jan. 18 through June 15, 2014. The sculptures are on loan from the Fisher Family Collection. See all


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