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Perls Galleries, New York. Alexander Calder: Recent Gouaches–Early Mobiles. 20 October–28 November 1970.
Museo de Arte Moderno, Bogotá. A Salute to Alexander Calder. 29 October–13 December 1970. Originated from the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Albert Loeb and Krugier Gallery, New York. A Winter Collection. December 1970.
Galerie Blanche, Stockholm. 1971.
Galerie Maeght, Paris. Calder: Stabiles, Animobiles. 12 February 1971.
Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, Florida. Alexander Calder / Louise Nevelson / David Smith. 6 March–5 April 1971.
Museo Nacional de Artes Plásticas, Montevideo. Alexander Calder: escultura, acuarelas y dibujos, grabados, libros ilustrados y joyas de la colección del Museum of Modern Art de Nueva York. 1–29 April 1971. Originated from the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Studio Marconi, Milan. Calder. April–May 1971.
Brook Street Gallery, London. April–May 1971.
Galerie d’Art Moderne Marie-Suzanne Feigel, Basel. Alexander Calder: Mobiles, Mobiles/Stabiles, Bronzes, Gouaches et Lithographies. 3 April–5 June 1971.
Gimpel Fils, London. Alexander Calder: Sculptures and Gouaches. 15 April–15 May 1971.
Galleria Il Milione, Milan. Calder: Grafica e Libri Recenti. 27 April–25 May 1971.
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires. Escultura, acuarelas y dibujos, grabados, libros ilustra doy joyas de la Coleccion del Museum of Modern Art de Nueva York. 6 May–6 June 1971. Originated from the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco. Alexander Calder. 13 May–14 June 1971.
Amériques (1971). Choreographed by Norbert Schmuki; sets and costumes designed by Calder; music by Edgard Varèse. Performed by Ballet-Théâtre Contemporain in Amiens, France.
Institute for the Arts, Rice University, Houston. Art for Children. 22 May–September 1971.
Galerie Artek, Helsinki. Calder: 6 Tapisseries d’Aubusson 1970–1971. 25 May–10 June 1971.
American Academy of Arts and Letters and National Institute of Arts and Letters, New York. Exhibition of Work by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Honors and Awards. 27 May–20 June 1971.
Galleria dell’Obelisco, Rome. Calder. June 1971.
Musée Toulouse-Lautrec, Albi, France. Calder. 23 June–15 September 1971.
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago. A Salute to Alexander Calder. 12 August–12 September 1971. Originated from the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany. Alexander Calder: Mobiles, Stabiles, Bilder, Teppiche. 29 August–3 October 1971.
Maison des Arts et Loisirs, Sochaux, France. Calder. 25 September–9 November 1971. Originated from Musée Toulouse-Lautrec, Albi, France.
Perls Galleries, New York. Calder: Animobiles–Recent Gouaches. 5 October–6 November 1971.
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Alexander Calder: Tapestries. 5 October–14 November 1971.
Pace Gallery, Columbus, Ohio. Calder. 10 October–13 November 1971.
Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte, Mexico City. Alexander Calder, esculturas, acuarelas, dibujos, grabados, libros ilustrados, joyeria. 28 October–28 November 1971. Originated from the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Galerie Moos, Inc., Montreal. Alexander Calder: Original Gouaches. 15 November–6 December 1971.
Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C. Alexander Calder Tapestries. 3 December 1971–2 January 1972. Originated from the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
Taft Museum, Cincinnati. Alexander Calder: Early Works, c. 1927–1944. 12 December 1971–31 January 1972.
Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Ohio. A Salute to Alexander Calder. 13 January–27 February 1972. Originated from the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Hokin Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida. Calder: Aubusson Tapestries. 18 January–7 February 1972.
Galerie Verrière, Paris. Calder: Tapisseries. 23 February–19 March 1972.
Parker Street 470 Gallery, Boston. Alexander Calder Tapestries. 19 March–8 April 1972. Originated from the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
Tyler Museum of Art, Texas. A Salute to Alexander Calder. 20 March–30 April 1972. Originated from the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Leonard Hutton Galleries, New York. Calder: Aubusson Tapestries. 14 April–31 May 1972. Originated from the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Calder’s Circus. 20 April–11 June 1972.
DuBose Gallery, Houston. Aubusson Tapestries by Calder. 1–22 May 1972.
Gallerias Mer-Kup, Mexico City. Aubusson Tapestries by Calder. June 1972.
Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris. Le Surréalisme 1922–1942. 9 June–24 September 1972.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. A Child’s Summer with Calder and Miró. 14 June–20 August 1972.
L’eglise du Chateau, Felletin-Creuse, France. Calder Tapisseries et Mobiles. 23 June–10 September 1972.
Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. A Salute to Alexander Calder. 7 September–22 October 1972. Originated from the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Sidney Janis Gallery and Pace Gallery, New York. Art for McGovern. 20 September–21 September 1972.
Sala Pelaires, Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Calder. September–October 1972.
High Museum of Art, Atlanta. Calder in Atlanta. 1–29 October 1972.
David Ash Gallery, Seattle. Alexander Calder: Recent Lithographs. 6–29 October 1972.
Perls Galleries, New York. Alexander Calder: Oil Paintings. 10 October–11 November 1972.
Delta International Art Center, Rome. Alexander Calder. 27 October–22 November 1972.
Galerie Claude Bollack, Strasbourg, France. l’Expression. 9–23 November 1972.
Oakland Museum, California. A Salute to Alexander Calder. 14 November 1972–1 January 1973. Originated from the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
The Arts Club of Chicago. Aubusson Tapestries by Alexander Calder. 15 November–30 December 1972.
Fuji Television Gallery Co., Ltd., Tokyo. Calder / Miró. 15–30 November 1972.
Galerie Beyeler, Basel. Miró / Calder. December 1972–January 1973.
Galerie Der Spiegel, Cologne. Calder, 22 Teppiche aus den Ateliers Pinton Aubusson. 1973.
Galerie Maeght, Paris. Calder: Recent Mobiles. 24 January–24 February 1973.
Gimpel Fils, London. Master Sculptors of the 20th Century. 30 January–3 March 1973.
Galerie T. Roussel, Perpignan, France. February–March 1973.
Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Germany. Calder: 22 Teppiche aus den Ateliers Pinton Aubusson. 8 February–8 March 1973. Originated from Galerie Der Spiegel, Cologne.
Paine Art Center & Arboretum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Tapestries by Calder. 11 February–4 March 1973.
Jacques Damase Gallery, Brussels. Calder. 19 February–28 March 1973.
Kubus, Hanover, Germany. Calder, 22 Teppiche aus den Ateliers Pinton Aubusson. March–15 April, 1973. Originated from Galerie Der Spiegel, Cologne.
Art Institute of Chicago. Alexander Calder. 23 April 1973. Calder presented his maquette for Flamingo in a one-night exhibition.
Palais des Beaux-Arts, Charleroi, Belgium. Calder: Sculptures en plein air: Plaine des Manœuvres; Gouaches et petits mobiles: Bibliothèque communale. 13 May–15 July 1973.
Galerie Maeght, Zurich. Alexander Calder: Retrospektive. 24 May–July 1973.
Galleria d’Arte La Bussola, Turin, Italy. Selezione 1973. 18 June 1973.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. Calder Airplanes. 9 August–7 October 1973.
Sala Gaspar, Barcelona. Calder: Escultures; Exposicio Calder Pintures. September 1973.
Villa Montalvo, Saratoga, California. Alexander Calder: Mobiles. October 1973.
Perls Galleries, New York. Calder at 75–Works in Progress. 3 October–3 November 1973.
Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford. Alexander Calder. 8–12 October 1973.
Burr Memorial Mall, University of Hartford. Stegosaurus. 10 October 1973.
Detroit Institute of the Arts, Michigan. Alexander Calder: Prints, Drawings, and Illustrated Books. 18 October–18 November 1973.
Galleria d’Arte La Bussola, Turin, Italy. Calder. 26 October 1973.
Gallery 36 (Foote, Cone & Belding), New York. Flying Colors. December 1973.
Wharton Graduate School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Flying Colors. 4–20 December 1973. Originated from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.
Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown Branch, New York. 3 Sculptors: Calder, Nevelson, David Smith. 5 December 1973–3 January 1974.
De Cordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts. Primal Images. 16 December 1973–3 February 1974.
Centre National d’Art Contemporain, Paris. Calder: Mobile et Lithographies. 9 February–24 March 1974.
Katonah Gallery, New York. Alexander Calder. 9 February–24 March 1974.
Harcus Krakow Rosen Sonnabend Gallery, Boston. Alexander Calder / Tapestries. 9 February–9 March 1974.
Studio d’Arte Condotti, Rome. Calder. 4 March 1974.
Leonard Hutton Galleries, New York. Aubusson Tapestries by Calder. April–June 1974.
Centre Culturel de Saint-Pierre des Corps, France. Calder. April 1974.
Rolly-Michaux Galleries, New York. Alexander Calder: Selected Lithographs. 30 April–18 May 1974.
Rolly-Michaux Galleries, Boston. Alexander Calder: Selected Lithographs. 21 May–8 June 1974. Originated from Rolly-Michaux Galleries, New York.
Galerie Jeanne Abeille, Toulouse, France. Calder: Tapisseries d’Aubusson et Lithographs. 29 May–10 July 1974.
Galleria Angolare, Milan. Gouaches di Calder. June 1974.
Musée Municipal, Limoges, France. Calder: Mobiles, Gouaches, Tapisseries, Assiettes, Lithographies. June 1974.
Salle des Ecuries de Saint-Hugues et Musée Ochier, Cluny, France. Calder. 21 June–8 September 1974.
Downtown Gallery, Baltimore Museum of Art. 8 July–23 August 1974.
Monumenta Newport, Inc., Newport, Rhode Island. Monumenta: Sculpture in Environment. 17 August–13 October 1974.
Perls Galleries, New York. Alexander Calder: Crags and Critters of 1974. 15 October–16 November 1974.
Hokin Gallery, Chicago. Calder Paintings / Sculpture / Graphics. 15 October–16 November 1974.
Denise René/Hans Meyer, Düsseldorf. Alexander Calder: Mobiles, Stabiles, Gouachen. 17 October–22 November 1974.
Source Gallery, San Francisco. Alexander Calder: Gouaches, Lithographs. 18 October–14 November 1974.
Federal Center Plaza, General Services Administration, Chicago. Calder Festival. 25 October 1974.
Deson-Zaks Gallery, Chicago. Calder. 25 October–23 November 1974.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. Alexander Calder: A Retrospective Exhibition, Work from 1925–1974. 26 October–8 December 1974.
Galerie Court Saint-Pierre, Geneva. November 1974–January 1975.
Louisa Calder, Le Carroi house, Saché, 1976
The Calders sponsor an ad in the New York Times calling for Richard Nixon’s impeachment: Upon the Impeachment of Richard Nixon, for high crimes and misdemeanors, the Constitution of the United States, provides that he, among others shall be removed from office . . .
for conviction of, treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, presents “A Child’s Summer with Calder and Miró.”
Sala Pelaires, Palma de Mallorca, presents “Calder.” Miró writes a poem for the catalogue.
Perls Galleries, New York, exhibits “Alexander Calder: Oil Paintings.”
Fuji Television Gallery Co., Ltd., Tokyo, presents “Calder / Miró.”
Galerie Beyeler, Basel, presents “Miró / Calder.”
Calder gives the Mercury Fountain to the Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona. The museum was designed by Sert. The fountain is installed in June 1975.
Calder donates a lithograph, Balloons, to the Nicaragua Earthquake Relief, organized to aid the victims of the earthquake in Managua.
Galerie Maeght, Paris, exhibits “Calder: Recent Mobiles.” The catalogue text includes “Retour au mobile” by Maurice Besset and “Calder ou le poids de l’air” by André Balthazar, with cover and illustrations by Calder.
Galerie Maeght, Zurich, exhibits “Alexander Calder: Retrospektive.” C. Giedion-Welcker writes the introduction for the catalogue.
The Board of Trustees of the National Gallery of Art commissions Calder to make a monumental sculpture for its new building. The mobile, designed specifically for the central court of the National Gallery’s East Building, is completed and installed after Calder’s death in
Perls Galleries, New York, exhibits “Calder at 75–Works in Progress.”
Calder attends the dedication ceremony for the monumental stabile Stegosaurus at the Alfred E. Burr Memorial Mall in Hartford. Following the event, he receives an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts from the University of Hartford.
Calder’s commission from Braniff International Airlines, the DC-8 jet Flying Colors, makes its inaugural flight from Dallas with stops in Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Miami, and Latin America. Calder had painted parts of the jet directly on the plane.
The film Gouaches de Calder, directed by Carlos Vilardebó, is released.
Calder accepts the Commandeur de la Légion d’Honneur of France; Michel Debré, the former French premier, presents the award.
Calder is named Citoyen d’Honneur de la Commune by the Mayor of Saché.
Calder donates the monumental sculpture Totem-Saché, installed in the main square of the town of Saché.
Perls Galleries, New York, exhibits “Alexander Calder: Crags and Critters of 1974.”
The festival “Alexander Calder Day” in Chicago includes a circus parade with the Schlitz forty-horse hitch and the dedications of the motorized Universe at the Sears Tower and the monumental stabile Flamingo at the Federal Center Plaza.
Calder receives the Grand Prix National des Arts et des Lettres from the French Minister of Culture Michel Guy.
French auctioneer and racecar driver Hervé Poulain commissions Calder to design the first-ever B.M.W. Art Car.
Hooks-Epstein Galleries, Houston, presents “Calder and Miró: Works on Paper 1957–1974.”
“Calder: Crags and Critters” is presented at Galerie Maeght, Paris. The catalogue text includes the essay “Un tournant chez Calder” by Mario Pedrosa; cover and illustrations by Calder. The exhibition travels to Galerie Maeght, Zurich.
The Calders visit Israel to discuss a monumental sculpture project with the Mayor of Jerusalem, Teddy Kollek. Jerusalem Stabile II is completed in 1976 and Louisa attends the dedication ceremony in 1977.
Haus der Kunst, Munich, exhibits “Calder,” a retrospective. The catalogue includes the essay “Entstehung des Mobile” by Maurice Besset.
The Calders, Marcel Breuer, and others who worked on the UNESCO building in Paris protest UNESCO’s expulsion of Israel in a New York Times ad: We artists who are citizens of the world urge the General Conference to reverse itself and end all sanctions against Israel, and let
the building we created be saved as a vision of hope, not as a symbol of tragedy.
Flying Colors is exhibited at the Thirty-first Paris Air Show; on 31 May, the plane is flown over France with the Calders and their guests aboard. Calder hand paints the plane’s engine covers.
Calder attends the Le Mans 24-Hour race, where his Art Car—B.M.W. 3.0 CSL is driven by Poulain, Jean Guichet, and Sam Posey.
Calder celebrates his birthday with a large party at Le Carroi. Every reveller is given a small gouache.
Galerie Maeght, Zurich, exhibits “Calder: Crags and Critters.”
Perls Galleries, New York, exhibits “Alexander Calder: Recent Mobiles and Circus Gouaches.”
Calder is awarded the United Nations Peace Medal, and Louisa Calder receives the Woman of the Year Award from the World Federation of the United Nations Associations.
Commissioned again by Braniff Airlines, Calder designs Flying Colors of the United States for the flagship of the airline’s United States fleet. The plane is dedicated by Betty Ford at Dulles International Airport, Washington, D.C. Calder flies back to Kennedy Airport, New York, where he is
presented with the Bicentennial Medal of New York City. As with Flying Colors, Calder had painted parts of the jet directly on the plane.
Calder and Louisa attend a luncheon at the Élysée Palace, Paris, with Vice President Nelson Rockefeller and President of France Valéry Giscard d’Estaing.
Miró invites Calder to the opening of the Fundació Joan Miró in Barcelona. Miró proposes to exchange a painting for Calder’s large outdoor stabile, Quatre ailes, which he would like for Calder to donate to the Fundació Joan Miró. Calder agrees.
The Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, commissions Calder to design a monumental scupture for their garden.
Calder and Louisa attend the opening of Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona.
Calder and Louisa travel to Otterlo for the Kröller-Müller museum commission. The project for which Calder creates a maquette, is never executed.
Calder and Louisa return to Saché from Otterlo.
Calder and Louisa visit the Colombe d’Or in Saint-Paul-de-Vence. Calder presents a gouache to Madame Yvonne Roux, who runs Colombe d’Or with her husband, Francis.
The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance organizes the “Alexander Calder Festival.” The event includes the dedication of White Cascade on 7 October at the Federal Reserve Bank, and the premiere of Under the Sun, a dance tribute to Calder performed by the Pennsylvania
Ballet. During the weeklong celebration, Calder receives an honorary degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
Perls Galleries, New York, exhibits “Alexander Calder: Works on Paper 1925–1976.”
The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, with Jean Lipman as curator, exhibits “Calder’s Universe,” a major retrospective. The exhibition travels to fifteen cities throughout the United States and Japan.
Calder is honored at a dinner at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Attending are sixty guests, including Georgia O’Keeffe, André Kertész, Arthur Miller, Louise Nevelson, Marcel Breuer, John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Virgil Thomson, Robert Penn Warren, and Philip
President Gerald Ford offers the Medal of Freedom to Calder. Calder replies, I was pleased to receive your invitation last week, but felt I could not accept in a case where my acceptance would imply my accord with the harsh treatment meted out to conscientious objectors and
deserters. As from the start I was against the war and now am working with “amnesty” I didn’t feel I could come to Washington. When there will be more justice for these men I will feel differingly [sic]. Ford posthumously awards Calder the Medal of Freedom. Louisa Calder declines to attend the ceremony: Freedom should lead to amnesty after all these years and it doesn’t seem as though it were going to happen. Freedom means freedom for all.
Calder returns with Louisa to New York from Washington, D.C., where he has finalized the details for Mountains and Clouds, a monumental stabile and mobile for the Hart Senate Building, Washington, D.C.
Calder dies in New York City at the home of his daughter Mary.
Galerie Maeght, Paris, exhibits “Calder: Mobiles and Stabiles.” The catalogue includes the essay “L’art et la comédie” by Jean Frémon and “Forme Humaine” by Jean Davidson, with cover and illustrations by Calder.
The Whitney Museum of American Art holds a memorial service. Officiating is director Tom Armstrong, with remarks by Sweeney, Saul Steinberg, cartoonist Robert Osborn, and Arthur Miller, and with a solo violin performance by Alexander Schneider.
Article on Sir Herbert Read’s collection at Stonegrave House. (Publication unknown), c. 1965.
“Alexander Calder.” Art Students League Catalogue (1965–1966).
New Yorker (7 January 1965).
New York/Sunday Herald Tribune Magazine (10 January 1965).
Price, Stanley. “The Mrs. Guggenheim Collection.” New York Times Magazine (17 January 1965).
“Calder Exhibit to Travel.” The Jewish World (February 1965).
The Exchange (February 1965).
Olson, Clarence E. “Calder’s Cluttered Studio.” Pictures (St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 21 February 1965).
Lemon, Richard. “Mobiles: The Soaring Art of Alexander Calder.” Saturday Evening Post, no. 4 (27 February 1965).
Anderson, Wayne V. “Calder at the Guggenheim.” Artforum, vol. 3, no. 6 (March 1965).
“Swinging Art of Alexander Calder.” Weekend Magazine, no. 16 (1965).
Howard, Jane. “Close Up–Mobile Maker’s Giddy Whirl.” Life, vol. 58, no. 9 (5 March 1965).
Getlein, Frank. “Calder the Pioneer.” The New Republic, vol. 152, no. 13 (27 March 1965).
Shoudy, William A. “Man of Mobiles.” The Stevens Indicator (April 1965).
Witkin, Richard. “Morris Rejects Work By Calder.” New York Times, 6 April 1965.
Glueck, Grace. “What Happened? Nothing.” New York Times, 11 April 1965.
Montgomery, Paul L. “Calder Work for Lincoln Center Is Said to Get Morris’s Blessing.” New York Times, 18 April 1965.
“Art: The Market.” Time (23 April 1965).
Kritzwiser, Kay. “20,000 Pounds of Whirring Mobiles Out of Circus and Storybook.” The Globe and Mail, 24 April 1965.
Rose, Barbara. “Joy, Excitement Keynote Calder’s Work.” Canadian Art, vol. 22, no. 3 (May–June 1965).
Art Gallery of Toronto. Mobiles and Stabiles by Calder, the Man Who Made Sculpture Move. Exhibition catalogue. 1965. Text by David Brooke.
“Mr. Calder’s Crab.” Houston Post, 9 May 1965.
Hyuga, Akiko. “Alexander Calder.” Mizue, no. 724 (June 1965).
Huntington Galleries Thirteenth Annual Report (June 1965–June 1966).
Annual Report: Bulletin, Philadelphia Museum of Art (Summer 1965).
Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris. Calder. Exhibition catalogue. 1965. Preface by Jean Cassou.
Brook Street Gallery, London. Vasarely / Calder. Exhibition catalogue. 1965.
Barotte, René. “Une immense forêt qui frémit au moindre souffle.” Paris-Presse, 3 July 1965.
“M. Loyal au Musée.” L’Express (5–11 July 1965).
Luz, Celina. “Movimento em Tôrno de Calder.” Jornal do Brasil, Sexta-Fiera, 6 July 1965.
Weelen, Guy. “Calder: génial bricoleur.” Les Lettres Francaises (8 & 16 July 1965).
Chastel, André. “Le naturalisme de Calder.” Le Monde, 9 July 1965.
Ashbery, John. “Calder Retrospective Is Climax of Paris Shows.” New York Herald Tribune (Paris edition), 13 July 1965.
Schwartz, Paul Waldo. “Paris Greets Comprehensive Calder Show.” New York Times (International Edition), 13 July 1965.
Roger-Marx, Claude. “Calder, Ingenieur, Ingenieux.” Le Figaro Litteraire, 15 July 1965.
“Vasarely and Calder.” The Times (London), 21 July 1965.
Schneider, Pierre. “Calder, rossignol et éléphant.” L’Express (26 July 1965).
Ragon, Michel. “Quatre jours avec Calder.” Arts, Numéro spécial (August 1965).
Ragon, Michel. “L’exposition du Musée d’Art Moderne: de l’humeur à la féerie.” Arts, Numero spécial (August 1965).
“Alexander Calder.” Moebel Interior Design (August 1965).
“The Humanities: ‘Our lives are the substance they are made of.’” (Publication unknown), August 1965.
Telerama (15–21 August 1965).
Metken, Günter. “Mobiler Zauber.” Die Weltwoche, 27 August 1965.
Williams, Sheldon. “London Art Reacts to Space Age.” New York Herald Tribune (Paris edition), 31 August 1965.
“Amsterdam: Sorprese Fra Gli Alberi Del Vondelpark.” Domus (September 1965).
“Due Case ad Ahmedabad, India.” Domus (September 1965).
Berkson, William. “The Object: Adornment.” Craft Horizons, vol. XXV, no. 5 (September/October 1965).
Root, Waverley. “The Greatest Living American Artist: The Picasso of Iron.” New York Journal-American, 9 September 1965.
Charles E. Slatkin Galleries, New York. Contemporary French Tapestries. Exhibition catalogue. 1965.
Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York. The Art of Personal Adornment. Exhibition catalogue. 1965.
Russell, John. “Russia to the Louvre.” Sunday Times, 29 September 1965.
Restany, Pierre. “La Grande Mostra di Calder a Parigi.” Domus, no. 431 (October 1965).
“La ‘Grande Voile’ de Calder Met Le Cap Sur L’Amérique.” La Nouvelle République, 13 October 1965.
Shepard, Richard F. “To See a Calder, Its Owners Have to Move.” New York Times, 29 October 1965.
“Dayton’s Commissions Pioneer Sculptor for Mall Project.” Minneapolis Star, 30 October 1965.
McConagha, Al. “Here’s the Man Behind the Mobile.” Minneapolis Tribune, 7 November 1965.
Glueck, Grace. “Ticket Window (Nonfunctional) is Installed at Lincoln Center.” New York Times, 12 November 1965.
Kempton, Murray. “Mr. Calder Laughs.” New York World-Telegram & Sun, 16 November 1965.
Glueck, Grace. “A ‘Knockout’ Ends Sculpture Fight.” New York Times, 16 November 1965.
Time (19 November 1965).
Rotzler, Willy. “Alexander Calder.” Du-Atlantis (Zurich, December 1965).
“Roxbury Artist ‘Sculpted’ His Largest Work at MIT.” Waterbury American, 18 March 1966.
“Calder in Review.” Technology Review (April 1966).
“The Big Sail.” Technology Review (April 1966).
Sartre, Jean-Paul. “Les Mobiles de Calder.” Harvard Art Review (Spring 1966).
Mullins, Edwin. “The Man Who Invented the Mobile.” Weekend Telegraph (15 April 1966).
Neugass, Fritz. “Alexander Calder–Schöpfer einer heiteren Kunst.” Tages Anzeiger Zurich, 23 April 1966.
Brady, Fred. “Wind Won’t Rock MIT Stabile.” Boston Herald, 27 April 1966.
Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago. Alexander Calder. Exhibition catalogue. 1966.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge. La Grande voile. 7 May 1966.
Driscoll, Edgar J. “Calder Lifts Sail.” Boston Sunday Globe, 8 May 1966.
Haydon, Harold. “Gallery Swings With Calder.” Chicago Sun-Times, 8 May 1966.
“Three Generations of Sculptors: Calders’ Mark on Our City.” The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine (8 May 1966).
Bibb, June. “Soaring Surfaces.” Christian Science Monitor, 9 May 1966.
Friedlander, Alberta. “Calder’s Here.” Skyline: A Lerner Newspaper, 11 May 1966.
“Boiler-Plate Beauty.” Time, vol. 87, no. 19 (13 May 1966).
Milton, Catherine. “Calder’s Nuts-and-Bolts Tour de Force.” Boston Globe Magazine (15 May 1966).
Anderson, Don. “Calder’s Showing Is Like Life Thru a Child’s Eye.” Chicago’s American Sun, 15 May 1966.
“The Jolly Black Giant.” P/A News Report (June 1966).
Milani, Milena. “A Trastevere con Sandy Calder.” Momento-Sera, 3 June 1966.
“Cultural Stability.” The Economist (4 June 1966).
Galerie Jan Krugier & Cie, Geneva. Alexander Calder. Exhibition catalogue. 1966. Introduction by Giovanni Carandente.
Peel, Jane. “Calderama.” Weekly Tribune (17 June 1966).
Kay, Jane M. “Sculpture on the Grass.” Christian Science Monitor, 29 June 1966.
“46-Ton Calder Work for Expo 67.” New York Times, 29 June 1966.
“Alexander Calder Exhibit Featured at Museum.” (Publication unknown), c. July 1966.
“Calder Exhibit To Open at Berkshire Museum Soon.” (Publication unknown), c. July 1966.
Wohl, Hellmut. “Calder Exhibit at Museum.” (Publication unknown), c. July 1966.
Irwin, Dave. “Motion and the Sorcerer’s Apprentice.” Apollo (July 1966).
Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Mobiles by Alexander Calder. Exhibition catalogue. 1966. Introduction by Stuart C. Henry.
Andreae, Christopher. Christian Science Monitor, 15 August 1966.
“The Big Name May Be Calder.” The Sydney Morning Herald, 25 August 1966.
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London. Calder–The Painter. Exhibition catalogue. 1966.
Russell, John. “A Whisper of Bonnard.” Sunday Times, 2 October 1966.
First City National Bank, Houston. Five Sculptors. Exhibition catalogue. 1966. Introduction by James Johnson Sweeney.
“Sculptor’s No Secret Anymore.” Washington Post, 15 October 1966.
New York Times and World Herald Tribune (16 October & 13 November 1966).
Centre Culturel Municipal de Toulouse, France. Calder (Le Mois USA). Exhibition catalogue. 1966. Text by Sam Hunter.
DeCaro, John. “Art Gallery Reviews.” Visitors East (November 1966).
“In Brief.” New York Times Book Review, 13 November 1966.