Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Alexander Calder - Radical Inventor
The fruit of in-depth research, this major exhibition sheds new light on Calder’s work, as seen through the perspective of innovation.
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) presents the first Canadian retrospective of Alexander Calder (1898-1976), showcasing the full scope of the career of the American who set art in motion.
Developed, organized and circulated by the MMFA, the exhibition Alexander Calder: Radical Inventor brings together over 150 works (paintings, sculptures, jewellery and other graphic works) to give the public an appreciation of the true extent of Calder’s extraordinarily innovative multidisciplinary practice: from his wire portraits to his paintings, and from his invention of the mobile to his monumental sculptures. Over the course of an international career that spanned half a century, this artist exhibited on five continents and worked in an astonishing array of fields, including drawing, sculpture, painting, design and performance.
Stay three consecutive nights and we offer you 2 complimentary passes for the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Plus the hotel offers complimentary:
- Continental buffet breakfast
- High speed internet access (WIFI)
- Daily news paper
*The hotel reserves the right to terminate this offer at any time. Maximum of 2 passes per stay, offer valid until February 24, 2019.