Gray Calder T-Shirt

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This gray tee features a colorful rendering of Alexander Calder's 76-foot-long mobile that has served as the icon of the Gallery's East Building and gracefully presided over its atrium since 1977.

Calder created his first moving abstract sculptures or "mobiles" in the early 1930s. Using an ingenious system of weights and counterbalances, he eventually designed constructions that move freely when suspended in response to slight air currents. The work he created for the East Building, Untitled (1976), is by far the largest example of this type of motorless construction.

  • 100% cotton
  • Machine washable
  • Printed in the USA

Art Style American
Materials Cotton