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Re: Calder Circus Video

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The Whites (bolide)
Wed, 12 Aug 1998 20:55:21 -0500


For years and years I have borrowed the Calder film from the National
Gallery. They have a loan program where your only responsibility is to pay
return postage and insurance. There is a catalog of works: films, slides,
audio tapes, and some even have posters (small) to go with units. Good Luck
Linda White in Norman, OK
-----Original Message-----
From: anne roberts <aroberts>
To: ARTSEDNET.edu <ARTSEDNET.edu>
Date: Wednesday, August 12, 1998 3:46 PM
Subject: Calder Circus Video

>Dear Betty,
>I too caught the video and was enchanted. I called the National Gallery
>and they said it was the property of the Whitney Museum. You can
>purchase a copy from them $10 less that the National Gallery who
>usually stocks it. I believe the price is $49 from the Whitney and
>$59 from the Nat. Gal. If you happened to see the PBS special there is
>about a 3-minute segment from the Calder Circque. I resigned myself to
>just using the PBS show because that I couldn't see putting that kind of
>money into it. If anyone else knows of another way to obtain that film
>I'd be happy to hear about it.
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