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OtdMarcel: MD makes a quick bearded and crowned appearance in the film. The credits of the movie bring together a number of artists: Jean Cocteau, Alexander Calder, Jean Arp, Dorothea Tanning, Max Ernst… and Jacqueline Matisse (Teeny’s daughter - Marcel’s step- or «readymade» daughter).

The_MA_g: Vingt-cinq poèmes. One of the first major publications of the Dada movement, this collaboration between Tristan Tzara and Jean Arp included 25 poems and 10 abstract engravings.

guggsculptures: Head and Shell by Jean Arp, 1930

MiguelRmzCorro: Jean Arp

aflashbak: Jean Arp, Lion, 1916. The work, made in India ink and pencil on paper, illustrated Tristan Tzara’s poetry book De Nos Oiseaux, published in 1923. It was shown at Luxembourg & Dayan, London, 2012.

guggsculptures: Torso of Muse by Jean Arp, 1959

guggsculptures: Shell Crystal by Jean Arp, 1938

WinningMindset7: Art is a fruit that grows in man, like a fruit on a plant, or a child in its mother's womb. -Jean Arp

guggsculptures: Metamorphosis (Shell Swan) by Jean Arp, 1935

OtdMarcel: A lot of pictures were taken that day, including a portrait of MD in front of a tree used as bottle rack (!) and MD, painter Jean Arp, painter Julian Sanz Martinez, his wife Consuelo and an unknown man posing in the henhouse.

dadaphone: one day Jean Arp Retrospectiva Book you will be mine and I will finally be able to actually appreciate the treasure trove of photos you have of all my fav Dadaists .... one day....

cast_academy: Jean Arp or Hans Arp (16 September 1886 - 7 June 1966)

aflashbak: Jean Arp : Dreams and projects, 1951-1952. Wood cut. Via Bassenge, Berlin

guggsculptures: Bust of Gnome by Jean Arp, 1949

fi_lor: French artist Jean Arp felt that he could incorporate chance within artistic production, comparing the role of the artist to a plant bearing fruit. "According to the Laws of Chance" (1933) is a random composition, created by dropping painted pieces of paper onto a surface.

waytosaudi: Jean Arp b. 1886 - d. 1966

timesportal: Reflections on the Art of Today; ON MY WAY. By Jean Arp. Edited by Robert Motherwell. The Documents of Modern Art Series. 147 pp. New York: Wittenborn, Schultz. $4.50. (03/13/1949)

itsameeekirk: i want that "Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky" kind of love.

amnerisc3: More snow overnight. Ellsworth Kelly, Jean Arp, Gabriel Orozco.

guggsculptures: Classic Sculpture by Jean Arp, 1960

moma_paintings: Pre-Adamite Doll, Jean Arp, 1964

guggenheimbot: Constellation with Five White Forms and Two Black, Variation III by Jean Arp, 1932

aic_modernart: Extremity of a Mythical Wineskin, Jean Arp, 1952

benoitbodhuin: Jean (Hans) Arp

moma_paintings: Enak's Tears (Terrestrial Forms), Jean Arp, 1917

Light_is_Sound: Artist Jean Arp with his creations . . . . http://t.co/X7Tg92R9UQ

hexenfabrik: Linda Cleary - Nuit Sonne- Tribute to Jean (Hans) Arp

aic_modernart: Configuration, Jean Arp, 1952

guggsculptures: Constellation with Five White Forms and Two Black, Variation III by Jean Arp, 1932

liesjeGreen: Back row: Man Ray, Jean Arp, Yves Tanguy, Andre Breton Front row: Tristan Tzara, Salvador Dali, Paul Eluard, Max Ernst, Rene Crevel Aparat Man Ray, c. 1926

radimus: ymutate: Jean (Hans) Arp (1886-1966). Two Heads, 1929. oil on wood. 120 x 99.7 cm

QuibellPaul: Jean (Hans) Arp. Stay-at-Home Objects (plate, supplementary suite) from Dreams and Projects. 1951–52, published 1952 | MoMA

moma_drawings: Snake Geometry (plate, supplementary suite) from Dreams and Projects, Jean Arp, 1951–52, published 1952

aic_modernart: Growth, Jean Arp, 1938

moma_paintings: Birds in an Aquarium, Jean Arp, c. 1920

MoMARobot: Jean (Hans) Arp. Stay-at-Home Objects (plate, supplementary suite) from Dreams and Projects. 1951–52, published 1952…

guggsculptures: Growth by Jean Arp, 1938

MikaBananaLala: Jean (Hans) Arp. His Three Disagreeable Objects on a Face is pictured.

aic_modernart: Manicured Relief, Jean Arp, 1930

moma_drawings: Constellation (plate 9, page 51) from Dreams and Projects, Jean Arp, 1951–52, published 1952

FitnessRxPro: Art is a fruit that grows in man, like a fruit on a plant, or a child in its mother's womb. - Jean Arp

darkenedwindow: Leaves and Navels, I, Jean Arp, 1930

darkenedwindow: Silent Tension (plate, supplementary suite) from Dreams and Projects, Jean Arp, 1951–52, published 1952

covisnky: lana saying she’s in denial about saying goodbye to lara jean well that makes two of us

TeenageWastela6: A Jean Arp manifestation...fairly common I’ve been told...

guggsculptures: Torso of Muse by Jean Arp, 1959

mona_leela: Jean Arp

slam_modern: Shell Crystal, Jean Arp, 1938

t_chenski: "We had a dim premonition that power-mad gangsters would one day use art itself as a means of deadening men's minds." -- Jean (Hans) Arp, in 'Dadaland', 1938

moma_paintings: Man at a Window, Jean Arp, 1930

moma_drawings: Placed According to the Laws of Chance (plate, page 23) from Dreams and Projects, Jean Arp, 1951–52, published 1952

guggsculptures: Shell Crystal by Jean Arp, 1938

clarkgloria8: When Half Of Your Heart Dies A poignant account of a mother whose heart has been broken but still struggles to remain faithful. Grab a copy now: ARP -

guggsculptures: Metamorphosis (Shell Swan) by Jean Arp, 1935

ElaineS_Hobart: 365 days for women (19) Sophie Taeuber-Arp (19/1/1889–13/1/1943) internationally exhibited, highly respected, multifaceted Swiss artist; part of Dada movement with husband Jean Arp; see MOMA write-up + 25 images at

guggsculptures: Bust of Gnome by Jean Arp, 1949

opancaro: Jean Arp, The Navel, 1923

AnecdotalWisdom: At a party given by a collector of modern art, critic John Mason Brown paused to study a large sculpture by Jean Arp that was supposed to depict the female form. Peering through a large hole in the middle of the sculpture, he exclaimed, “Ah, a womb with a view!”

BrutalHouse: Jean Arp

moma_paintings: Bell and Navels, Jean Arp, 1931

americodasneves: Anyone know any book about Jean (Hans) Arp? He was known as Dadaist, Surrealist and abstract artist.

moma_paintings: Helmet Head, I, Jean Arp, 1959

guggsculptures: Classic Sculpture by Jean Arp, 1960

MikesJokesEtc: Art is a fruit that grows in man, like a fruit on a plant, or a child in its mother's womb. -Jean Arp

darkenedwindow: Preadamite Personage (plate, page 95) from Dreams and Projects, Jean Arp, 1951–52, published 1952

guggenheimbot: Overturned Blue Shoe with Two Heels Under a Black Vault by Jean Arp, 1921

aic_modernart: Extremity of a Mythical Wineskin, Jean Arp, 1952

craigaroo: TZARA: Huelsenbeck says HE discovered the word in Hugo Ball's Fr-Ger dictionary. Hans (or Jean) Arp however stated "Tristan Tzara found the word Dada on 8 Feb 1916 in the Cafe de la Terrasse in Zurich and I was wearing a brioche in my left nostril" — Travesties/ Tom Stoppard 4/

guggsculptures: Overturned Blue Shoe with Two Heels Under a Black Vault by Jean Arp, 1921

aic_modernart: Configuration, Jean Arp, 1952

t_chenski: "We had a dim premonition that power-mad gangsters would one day use art itself as a means of deadening men's minds." Jean (Hans) Arp in 'Dadaland', 1938 retuite svp

guggsculptures: Growth by Jean Arp, 1938

slam_modern: Shell Crystal, Jean Arp, 1938

darkenedwindow: Dreams and Projects, Jean Arp, 1951–52, published 1952

aic_modernart: Growth, Jean Arp, 1938

aic_modernart: Manicured Relief, Jean Arp, 1930

guggsculptures: Head and Shell by Jean Arp, 1930

moma_paintings: Hand, Jean Arp, 1941-42

moma_paintings: Objects Arranged According to the Law of Chance, Jean Arp, 1930

guggenheimbot: Constellation with Five White Forms and Two Black, Variation III by Jean Arp, 1932

omm365: "Soon silence will have passed into legend. Man has turned his back on silence. Day after day he invents machines and devices that increase noise and distract humanity from the essence of life, contemplation, meditation." --Jean Arp

MikesJokesEtc: Art is a fruit that grows in man, like a fruit on a plant, or a child in its mother's womb. -Jean Arp

moma_paintings: Human Concretion, Jean Arp, 1935

MikesJokesEtc: Art is a fruit that grows in man, like a fruit on a plant, or a child in its mother's womb. -Jean Arp

guggsculptures: Shell Crystal by Jean Arp, 1938

guggsculptures: Constellation with Five White Forms and Two Black, Variation III by Jean Arp, 1932

guggsculptures: Metamorphosis (Shell Swan) by Jean Arp, 1935

C15H20O6: Finn Juhl (1912-89) was influenced by the abstract sculptor Jean Arp(1886-1966), an influence which is seen already in his early Pelican chair but it remained a motif throughout his career. ❖Finn Juhl’s House (1942) / Denmark /

darkenedwindow: Fragment of a Flower-Bed (plate, pages 126–127) from Dreams and Projects, Jean Arp, 1951–52, published 1952

artnews: Sophie Taeuber-Arp was one of the most famous Dadaists of her day, working alongside Tristan Tzara, Jean Arp, and more. At last, she's getting her due, with a survey set to start traveling the world next year

darkenedwindow: Silent, Jean Arp, cast 1958

DEC0L0NIZE: "Soon silence will have passed into legend. Man has turned his back on silence. Day after day he invents machines and devices that increase noise and distract humanity from the essence of life, contemplation, meditation." -Jean Arp

donkeyboy_jack: Since I mentioned Jean Arp… I think it’s neat that he was inspired be gogottes, Oligocene concretions found in Fontainebleau France that captured the movement of the water in which they formed. The first two pics here are gogottes and the last two are Arp sculptures.

darkenedwindow: Human Concretion, Jean Arp, 1935

dean_frey: Anna Riwkin took this famous 1935 photo of the leading lights of Surrealism. Tristan Tzara, Paul Eluard, Andre Breton, Jean Arp, Salvador Dali, Yves Tanguy, Max Ernst, Rene Crevel, Man Ray

guggsculptures: Torso of Muse by Jean Arp, 1959

MikesJokesEtc: Art is a fruit that grows in man, like a fruit on a plant, or a child in its mother's womb. -Jean Arp

embns: Enak's Tears by Jean Arp.

guggsculptures: Bust of Gnome by Jean Arp, 1949

MING_YU_WANG_NY: “Art is a fruit that grows in man, like a fruit on a plant, or a child in its mother's womb." - Objets celestes, 1962 by Jean Arp



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