“Calder and Picasso”
Time Out says
While Alexander Calder and Pablo Picasso weren’t close friends (they only met on a half-dozen occasions), they formed a mutual admiration society, following each other’s work well enough to engage in a visual dialog at certain points in their respective oeuvres. That relationship is examined in the show organized by the artists’ grandsons. This exhibit also marks the first for the New York location of this blue-chip Brussels gallery.