Salon in collaboration with Omer Tiroche Gallery presents the third edition of the exhibition ‘Calder on Paper: 1960 – 1976’ at Saatchi Gallery in London.The exhibition showcases a collection of gouache paintings on paper by the prodigal American artist Alexander Calder. Living a little less than a century, the artist, contrary to his popular and celebrated fame of ‘drawing in space’ involving mobile arts has also created some iconic paintings developing gouache technique through 1930s during his stay in Paris. The artist preferred gouache over oils and watercolour because it dries easily and rapidly enabling a blend of opacity upon the works. The colours could blend as well as branch out from the layers of process. The gouache works presented in Salon are majorly restrained in the time frame of 1960 through 1976.The exhibition will precede another one hosted by the collaborating gallery, Omer Tiroche Gallery in Mayfair, London which will show a blend of artworks created on paper during his Calders early stay in Paris between 1939 through 1959. The exhibition will run from October 2 through December 8, 2017 at Omer Tiroche .The two exhibition slotted through their timeframe would present the audience with a full horizon view of Calder’s career and would serve as a comprehensive retrospective of the artist.The gallery that first saw Calder’s gouaches upon exhibiting is Kootz Gallery of New York in the year 1945. The exhibition invited a generous number of critics, gifting the artist with gem of their words, some of them even ornamented him calling, ‘a possible rival to the likes of Klee and Miro.’ Calder’s works are often extended to their visual boundaries of forms and rearrangements often exceeding the lines with his extraordinary visual vocabulary yet maintaining a splendid playfulness of humor.The exhibition is on view from September 27 through December 8,2017 at Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 4RY, UK.For details, visit: https://www.saatchigallery.com/art/salon_003.phpClick on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the artworks.