LAJKO VISITS CALDER.

The incredibly inspiring online Smithsonian archives feature Alexander Calder‘s mobiles, marionettes, papers and along with photographs of his sweet robust self. Posted below are friendly directions Calder renders for Marcel Beurer aka. Lajko who studied and taught at Bauhaus. Primary colored lines decipher roads and path to follow. Below the directions are Lajko’s concrete mess or majesty at UMASS Amherst.

Mobiles and concrete, friends not foes!
Direct me to your painting studio anytime Mr. Calder of my mind!

Directions for Lajko to his studio in Roxbury, Conn. 1947.


Lajko, Murray Lincoln Campus Center, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. 1970

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2 Responses to “LAJKO VISITS CALDER.”

  1. k Says:

    I forgot how much I loved Alexander Calder. Always looks like he’s lion roar sounding in photos and makes his wife jewelry. What a man!

  2. kellyr Says:

    Thanks for viewing mummy. I love Calder because of you, you showing me his circus wonders. xo kr

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