Alexander Calder. Minimal and Maximal
Inaugurating the newly restored Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, this major solo exhibition focuses on Alexander Calder’s smallest and largest works. An iconic example of Mies van der Rohe’s architectural style, the building has an austere minimalism that makes it an ideal counterpart to Alexander Calder’s monumental sculpture. The eighteen-foot-tall Têtes et queue (1965) has stood in dramatic symbiosis with the structure since the late 1960s.