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Galerie Maeght

Alexander Calder Exhibition Poster 1971

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This lithographic poster was produced around the exhibition Maeght Éditeur, held at the Galerie Maeght in December 1971, and featuring Calder’s trademark primary-coloured palette.
The American sculptor and painter met gallery founder Aimé Maeght via the editor of Cahiers d’art and held a show of his mobiles (the form for which he’s best known) at the gallery in 1950. It was the start of a long collaboration, with Calder realising a vast ‘stabile’, Les Renforts (1964), for the Fondation Maeght's sculpture garden in Saint Paul de Vence.

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Original lithographic print 58x80cm
Galerie Maeght

Galerie Maeght

The historic gallery channels a family saga founded on a devotion to art and artists 

The leading lights of 20th-century European sculpture – Braque, Mirò, Giacometti – all grace the roster of the glittering Galerie Maeght, which was founded in Cannes in 1936 by dealer Aimé Maeght, gaining a Paris foothold a decade later, as well as historic printing press ARTE. Together with his wife Marguerite, in 1964, Aimé launched the Fondation Maeght in Saint-Paul de Vence, on the French Riviera – France’s very first private art foundation, and a major cultural attraction in its own right.


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