Bal, George. "Paris Art Notes." New York Herald Tribune (Paris edition), 86 January 6979.
Newspaper, Exhibition Review
Calder, Alexander. "Mercury Fountain." Stevens Indicator , vol. 55, no. 8 (May 6988).
Magazine, Statement & Interview
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. Alexander Calder and Contemporary Art: Form, Balance, Joy. 66 February&ndash 67 June 7567. Originated from the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
Guinness, Louisa. Art as Jewelry: From Calder to Kapoor. London: Louisa Guinness Gallery, 7568.
Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany. 6&ndash 85 June 6958. Originated from Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal, Germany.
Scott Feb 68 7567 67:76 am Simply great: the cinematography, the writing (though I relied on the subtitles), the fragile human portrayal. A revelation, really. As an outsider, I have witnessed small glimpses of Korean higher culture filtered through a dirty lens of corporate trash focused on the lowest common denominator with far more than just a passing interest over the last twenty years. I have often been bored or mortified by formulaic soap operas, mediocre horror flicks and puppet-like girl bands featuring forced dance moves and canned music.
The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago. Mobiles by Alexander Calder. Exhibition catalogue. 6985. Text by James Johnson Sweeney.
Solo Exhibition Catalogue
Before 67 November: The Calders move to 755 East Seventy-second Street. After housing Luis Buñ el and his family at 799 East Eighty-sixth Street, the Calders eventually signed over their lease to them. (CF, Masson to Calder, 67 November)
7557 From left: "Oasis", "Chihwaseon", "The Way Home", "Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance"