List of Alexander Calder public works

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This is a list of artworks by Alexander Calder that are available to the public.

United States[edit]


  • The Hawk for Peace, 1968, Berkeley Art Museum, University of California at Berkeley
  • Bucephalus, Saroyan Theatre, Fresno
  • Three Quintains, 1964, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
  • Four Arches, 1973, 333 S. Hope Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles
  • Spinal Column, 1968, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
  • Le Faucon (The Falcon), 1963, Stanford University, Palo Alto
  • Button Flower, 1959, UCLA, Los Angeles
  • Big Crinkly, 1969, Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
  • Jerusalem Stabile, 1967, On loan to The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, San Marino


  • Stegosaurus, 1973, Alfred E. Burr Mall, Hartford
  • Gallows and Lollipops, 1960, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven
  • Mountains, 1976, Minor Library, Roxbury


  • Three Up, Three Down, 1973, High Museum, Atlanta


  • Flamingo, 1974, Federal Center Plaza, Chicago
  • Universe, 1974, Sears Tower, Chicago [1]
  • Flying Dragon, 1975, Sculpture Garden, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
  • Le Baron, 1965, Northern Illinois University, De Kalb


  • Peau Rouge Indiana, 1970, Musical Arts Center, Indiana University, Bloomington


  • Eléments Démontables, 1975, Bank of America Financial Center, 100 North Broadway Street, Wichita [2]


  • The Red Feather, 1975, Kentucky Center for the Arts, Louisville


  • Four Dishes, 1967, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore
  • The 100 Yard Dash, 1969, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore


  • La Grande Voile (The Big Sail), 1965, MIT, Cambridge
  • La Grande Voile (The Big Sail), intermediate maquette, 1965, List Visual Arts Center, MIT, Cambridge
  • Onion, 1965, Harvard Yard, Harvard, Cambridge


  • Jeune fille et sa suite (Young Woman and Her Suitors), 1970, The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit [3]
  • The X and Its Tails, 1967, College for Creative Studies, Detroit [4]
  • Deux Discs (Two Discs), 1965, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park (Long-term loan from Smithsonian Institution), Grand Rapids
  • A Two-Faced Guy, 1969, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park (Long-term loan from Smithsonian Institution), Grand Rapids [5][6]
  • La Grande Vitesse, 1969, Vandenberg Plaza, Grand Rapids
  • Rooftop painting, Kent County Administration Building, Grand Rapids
  • La Grande vitesse [intermediate maquette], 1969, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids [7]
  • 4 Planes in Space, c. 1955, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids [8]
  • Mobile 1, 1953 Grosse Pointe Farms Public Library, Grosse Pointe


  • The Spinner, 1966, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
  • Octopus, 1964, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
  • Red, Yellow, White, 1961, Minneapolis Central Library
  • Ahab, 1953, Minneapolis Institute of Arts


  • Tom's Cubicle, 1967, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City
  • Five Rudders, 1965, Kemper Art Museum at Washington University, St. Louis
  • Shiva, 1965, Crown Center, Kansas City

New Jersey[edit]

  • Hard to Swallow, 1966, S.C. Williams Library, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken
  • The Stevens Mobile, 1970, S.C. Williams Library, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken
  • Five Discs, One Empty, 1970, The Art Museum, Princeton University
  • El Sol Rojo, intermediate maquette, 1968, The New Jersey State Museum, Trenton

New York[edit]

  • Triangles and Arches, 1965, Empire State Plaza, Albany
  • The Arch, 1975, Storm King Art Center, Mountainville
  • Janey Waney, 1969, Gramercy Park, New York City (formerly on display at Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove, New York)
  • Object in Five Planes, 1965, Federal Plaza, New York City
  • .125, 1957, International Terminal 4, John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York City [9]
  • Le Guichet (The Ticket Window), 1963, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York City [10]
  • Saurien, 1975, IBM building, New York City
  • Black Widow, 1959, Sculpture Garden at MoMA, New York City
  • Whale II, 1964(1937), Sculpture Garden at MoMA, New York City
  • Sidewalk Design, 1970, 1014-1018 Madison Avenue, New York City
  • World Trade Center Stabile (Bent Propeller), [destroyed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001] 1970-71, 7 World Trade Center, New York City
  • Untitled, 1976, 11 Howard Hotel, New York City
  • Large Spiny, 1966, Pocantico Hills Estate, Tarrytown
  • Hats Off, 1969, Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Garden at PepsiCo, Purchase
  • Three Arches, 1963, Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Museum of Art, Utica


  • Intermediate Model for the Arch, 1975, sculpture garden at the Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus
  • Stegosaurus, intermediate maquette, 1972-1973, entrance of Toledo Art Museum, Toledo
  • Twenty Leaves and an Apple, 1948, a mobile installed in the lobby of the Terrace Plaza Hotel, Cincinnati [11]


  • Caracas, 1955, third floor, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma City [12]


  • Jerusalem Stabile, intermediate maquette, Meyerson Hall, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
  • The Ghost, 1964, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
  • White Cascade, 1975, Federal Reserve Bank of PA, Philadelphia
  • Three Discs, One Lacking, 1968, Pennwalt/Levy Park, Philadelphia
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania|Pittsburgh, 1958, Pittsburgh International Airport, Pittsburgh
  • Back from Rio, 1959, in front of the Science Center, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore


  • Pregnant Whale, 1963, in front of the Hunter Museum, Chattanooga
  • Nenuphar (Lily Pad), 1968, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis


  • Three Bollards (Trois Bollards), 1970, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas
  • The Crab, 1962, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  • International Mobile,1949, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston[13]


  • Eagle, 1971, Olympic Park, Seattle

Washington, D.C.[edit]


Outside the United States[edit]




  • Man, 1967, Montreal
  • Man (intermediate maquette), 1967, York University Art Gallery, Ontario


  • Slender Ribs, 1963, Sculpture Garden, Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek
  • Little Janey Waney, 1976, Sculpture Garden, Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek
  • Almost Snow Plow, 1976, Sculpture Garden, Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek


  • Crinkly, 1969, Corner of Rue du Clos des Gardes and Rue du 8 Mai 1945, Amboise
  • Caliban, 1964, Musee Esteve, Bourges
  • Monsieur Loyal (Mr. Loyal), 1967, Sculpture Park, Museum of Grenoble, Grenoble
  • Trois pics (Three Peaks), 1967, Nouvelle Gare (Train Station), Grenoble
  • La Cornue, 1974, Academie de Grenoble, Grenoble
  • Small Crinkly, 1976, Château La Coste, Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade
  • Théâtre de Nice, 1970, Theatre National de Nice, Nice
  • L'araignée rouge (The Red Spider), 1976, Etablissement Public pour L'Aménagement de la Région de la Défense, Paris
  • Nageoire (Fin), 1964, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
  • Horizontal, 1974, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
  • La Spirale, 1958, UNESCO building, Paris
  • Les ailes brisées (The Broken Wings), 1967, Saint Exupery College, Perpignan
  • Totem-Saché, 1974, In front of the church, Saché
  • Les trois ailes (The Three Wings), 1963, Musée d'art Moderne, Saint-Etienne
  • Les Renforts (The Reinforcements), 1963, Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul-de-Vence
  • Empennage (Airplane Tail), 1953, Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul-de-Vence
  • Guillotine pour huit (Guillotine for Eight), 1963, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Villeneuve d'Ascq
  • Reims croix du sud (Southern Cross of Reims), 1969, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Villeneuve d'Ascq


  • Tétes et queue (Heads and Tail), 1965, Neue Nationalgalerie (New National Gallery), Berlin
  • Les Triangles, 1963, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund
  • Hextopus, 1955, American Consulate General, Frankfurt
  • Le Hallebardier, 1971, Sprengel Museum Hannover, Hannover
  • Pointes et Courbes (Points and Curves), 1970, Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach
  • Cinq Pics, 1972, Insel Hombroich, Neuss
  • Crinkly with a Red Disc, 1973, Stuttgarter Schlossplatz, Stuttgart


  • Teodelapio, 1962, City of Spoleto
  • Sabot, 1963, Sculpture Garden, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice


  • Cactus provisoire, 1967, Trinity College, Dublin


  • Homage to Jerusalem, 1976, Jerusalem
  • The Cow, 1977, Jersusalem Foundation Community Center
  • The Sun at Croton, 1960; Untitled, 1967, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem


  • Les Arétes de poisson (The Fish Bones), 1966, The Hakone Open-Air Museum, Kanagawa
  • Fafnir-Dragon II, 1969, Nagoya City Art Museum
  • Flamingo (intermediate maquette), 1973, The Museum of Modern Art, Shiga Otsu


  • El Sol Rojo, 1968, Aztec Stadium, Mexico City

The Netherlands[edit]

  • Le Tamanoir (Anteater), 1963, borough of Hoogvliet, Rotterdam


  • Untitled, in front of the Casino of Lisbon, Lisbon

South Korea[edit]

  • Grand Crinkly, 1971, Ho-am Art Museum, Seoul


  • Quatre ailes (Four Wings), 1972, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona
  • Mercury Fountain, 1937, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona (for the World Fair in Paris)
  • Carmen, 1974, Central Patio, Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid




  • The City, 1960, Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas
  • Aula Magna, 1954, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas