”Cahiers d’Art has always uniquely combined publishing and exhibitions. The best artists come together to make the Revue and exquisite books with unparalleled artistic freedom. The publication is launched during an exhibition at the gallery, and original limited editions are created by the artists. We all witness art history in the making.”





REVUE CAHIERS D’ART LIMITED EDITIONS



ELLSWORTH KELLY

ELLSWORTH KELLY

ALEXANDER CALDER

ROSEMARIE TROCKEL

ROSEMARIE TROCKEL

CILDO MEIRELES

CILDO MEIRELES

ARTHUR JAFA

ARTHUR JAFA

HIROSHI SUGIMOTO





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Alexander Calder & Cahiers d’Art



Christian Zervos first published a general article on Alexander Calder in Cahiers d’Art 1933, no. 5-7 written by A. Jakoski. However, it was only after 1937 and the fountain created for the Spanish Republican Pavilion, that Zervos recognized Calder as an important artist. In 1939, he published an eloquent article about Calder’s mobiles, “Mobiles en movement” (Cahiers d’Art 1939, no. 1-4),  An exhibition at Cahiers d’Art gallery was devoted to Calder in 1954, in which a mobile was suspended from the gallery ceiling. This mobile would hang there until Christian Zervos’s death, becoming part of the gallery’s identity.

To follow the spirit of Cahiers d’Art and the friendship of Zervos with Calder, Staffan Arhenberg organized a show dedicated to the sculptor in 2013 and published several publications on Calder in direct collaboration with the Calder Foundation.






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