Pulitzer Arts Foundation opened Calder Lightness, a pristine exhibition underscoring Alexander Calder’s profound impact on the sculptural medium through his iconic large-scale hanging mobiles, early stabiles, and standing mobiles, as well as his less familiar constellations. Guest curated by Carmen Giménez, known for her historic, 2003 exhibition Calder: Gravity and Grace at the Museo Guggenheim Bilbao, it features sixteen pivotal works, presented in the Pulitzer’s spacious, light-filled upper level galleries. Installed to create for the viewer a full sensory experience of the artist’s masterful synthesis of line, brilliance, gravity, and movement, the exhibition highlights Calder’s distinct ability to effect spatial transformation through his seminal biomorphic abstractions. The Pulitzer

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