Calder at Storm King Art Center (Softcover)

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Catalogue published by Storm King Art Center in 2003 in conjunction with the special three-year exhibition, Grand Intuitions: Calder’s Monumental Sculpture, 2001-2003.

Just one hour north of the George Washington Bridge, set in a beautiful valley of the Hudson Highlands, are 500 acres of open fields, intimate woodlands, and rolling hills that form an outdoor museum unequaled anywhere in the world. The Storm King Art Center in Mountainville, New York, is a unique setting for modern sculpture. The natural beauty of the landscape — continually enhanced, sculpted, and nurtured — is home to an ever-evolving collection of important works of modern art. Here the sculpture of such modern masters as Magdalena Abakanowicz, Alexander Calder, Mark di Suvero, Andy Goldsworthy, Alexander Liberman, Henry Moore, Louise Nevelson, Isamu Noguchi, George Rickey, Richard Serra, David Smith, Kenneth Snelson, and Ursula von Rydingsvard find surroundings equal to their heroic presence.

The magnificent photographs of Jerry L. Thompson capture the landscape and the works of Calder in summer and snow, at sunrise and dusk, glistening in the rain and shimmering in mist. The interplay between works of sculpture and billowing clouds, fields of spring flowers, and green, golden, and scarlet foliage adds a dimension to the experience of sculpture only equaled by many visits to the Storm King Art Center itself.

H. PETER STERN has been chairman and president of Storm King Art Center since its inception in 1960. He has served as vice chairman of the World Monuments Fund since 1971.

DAVID R. COLLENS joined the Storm King Art Center in 1974 as curator and assumed the position of Director in 1979. Since his arrival at Storm King, he has had the responsibility of curating all aspects of each exhibition.

ALEXANDER S. C. ROWER is the founding director of the Calder Foundation. He has written numerous articles and given dozens of lectures on Calder's life and work. He is also the author of Calder Sculpture.

JERRY L THOMPSON is a photographer whose images are in the collections of many museums. As an author, his publications include The Lost Years of Walker Evans.

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