Stabiles and MobilesCalder Stabiles

Alexander Calder started creating Stabiles in the 1930s. These were recognized as variations of his mobiles. The new scultures were free-standing and immobile. Usually large and cunstructed from sheets of metal and bolts. Quite a few examples of "stabiles" can be viewed on-line.

This large stabile is located in Chicago. The bright red primary color was typical of Calder.

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