Rotation, rotation, rotation! Alexander Calder and his high-wire circus act - Tate Modern, London A conversation with Mondrian in 1930 set in motion Alexander Calder’s glorious mobile sculptures – and his balletic constellations are still breathtaking today
sculpture, Ecuador, Oswaldo Guayasamin (Ecuador, 1919 to 1999), hanging mobile sculpture of brass and copper, Quito, Ecuador; the geometric-form devices rotating on a central axis with bar stock pendant, signed Taller Guayasamin. Note: Oswaldo Guayasamin was a master painter and sculptor. He is a listed artist with an auction history.
99 BRUNO MUNARI 1934/83 - "MACCHINA INUTILE 1 " - MULTIPLO IN LEGNO COMPENSATO DI BETULLA VERNICIATO E SERIGRAFATO, CORDA, SASSO E CON EVENTUALE BASE IN PIETRA SERENA - FORMATO CM. 31 X 253 H - TIRATURA 99 COPIE NUMERATE E FIRMATE A MANO DALL