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etaveglio: Constellation (1951) by Jean Arp

ajir_terver: Richard Huelsenbeck joined together in Zurich, Switzerland in 1916 in view of challenging traditional point of view. The funny thing about Dadaism is that, it didn't promote a particular style or technique for creating art. The goal of Dadaism according to Jean Hans Arp

ajir_terver: DADAISM Dada is a nonsense word that describes a nonsensical art movement through swept through Europe and extended to New York City in the early 1900s. It was a way of opposition to horrors of WW1. Artists like Jean Arp, Marco Janco, Emmy Hennings, Tristan Tzara and

dean_frey: Michel Seuphor, Marguerite Arp, Denise Colomb & Jean Arp, relaxing in Arp's studio at 21 rue des Châtaigners, 1954. The caption says the photo is by Edouard Loeb (supposé) - Pierre's twin brother - but I expect Colomb set up the shot & he pressed the shutter.

restot50: Jean Arp (1886-1966) - Torse, 1931

gordonkerry: If my dog were a soccer ball painted by Jean Arp.

thecannawatcher: Exploring The Life And Work of Dadaism Pioneer Jean Arp

lance_mcmullan: 'Château des oiseaux' by Jean Arp is carved from a single piece of white marble. >Reimagined form. [9/9]

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silencepodcast: “Soon people will speak of silence as they do about a fairy tale. 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 (1887–1966)

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zarandillo: Jean (Hans) Arp, 1926.

ai_prompt: /imagine prompt: tarot card, pencil sketch, door interior, subtropical hill, dramatic lighting, inspired by Jean Arp, --ar 3:5 --chaos 90

dieworkwear: Michel Seuphor, Marguerite Arp, Denise Colomb, and Jean Arp in Arp's studio in 1954. Check out Seuphor's Ivy-ish light socks with penny loafers. Mid-calf! Not following the rules.

matrixsynth: New Post: Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene Pt.4 (Synthesizer Cover: Juno 60, Sub37CV, ARP Odyssey, eurorack etc.)

adreciclarte: by Jean Arp, 1955

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

nas740: Jean Hans ARP

matrixsynth: New Post: Ambient Improvisation Using ARP Odyssey & Blue Marvin 2600 Inspired By Jean-Michel Jarre

viciousidiot: Luv jean arp

wallacepolsom: Four relief sculptures by Jean (Hans) Arp (1886-1966).

FilipMili4: Jean Arp (Hans Arp) According to the Laws of Chance 1933

Tribe_XX: Jean Arp

pauljimerson: standing sculptures, which Jean Arp named “stabiles” to distinguish them from their ethereal kinetic counterparts. These works reject the weight

_CoachJulian: We do not wish to copy nature. We do not want to reproduce, we want to produce. We want to produce as a plant produces a fruit and does not itself reproduce. — Jean Arp

AlFurqanPrimary: Children in 2M have been learning all about the work of artist Jean Arp. They designed and created, abstract 3D sculptures out of clay using the ideas, experiences and skills that they have learnt from the artist.

hipst_eria: Jean Arp / Ian Fisher

FuturismForever: "Reason uproots man and makes him lead a tragic life." - Jean Arp

ai_prompt: /imagine prompt: jasper sculpture portrait of warrior, influenced by Jean Arp --ar 1:2

litmusearth: Jean Arp (1886-1966)

naticmartinez: ⚪ Jean Arp

plastic_bio: As the thought comes to me to exorcise and transform this black with a white drawing, it has already become a surface.. .Now I have lost all fear, and begin to draw on the black surface. - Jean Arp

oppedisanopeppe: Jean Arp

mcapitu2: Jean Arp Torse,1960

FINALED: Crown of Buds, Jean Arp.

FilipMili4: The Star Jean Arp

TrofimovaKato: Jean Arp (1886-1966)

Zoran54873135: New artwork for sale! - "Jean Arp was Hans Arp" -

ArtAddict69: Art from my private collection. Painting: John van ‘t Slot Wooden stool: African Bronze sculpture: Jean (Hans) Arp Copper table: Onno Schelling

OrangeryThe: I reacted by avoiding any precision from one day to another. Instead of cutting the paper, I would tear it with my hands.” - Jean Arp

LSBumblebee67: Jean (Hans) Arp Rectangles Arranged According to the Laws of Chance, 1917

facehunter: L’Aubette "the Sistine Chapel of abstract art" was created ONE century ago! as an avant-guard café/dancing/cinéma designed by the pioneer of Dutch De Stijl movement, Theo van Doesburg and two Zurich Dada artists Sophie Taeuber-Arp and Jean Arp.

madmistermark: “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

artmarket: The Sollinger sale starts with commercials for the Jean Arp. This should go for a lot. Rare work in red stone. And it makes $2m hammer.

ai_prompt: /imagine prompt: character art of bored nonbinary person who is a nurse, inspired by James Jean and Jean Arp --ar 2:3

ai_prompt: /imagine prompt: plump elf wearing gold and rainbow gown adorned with black and black feathers, figurine, anxious, palette knife, inspired by Jean Arp --ar 5:3

ai_prompt: /imagine prompt: fungus-riddled store inspired by George Inness and Jean Arp --ar 16:9 --stop 80

QuesoRallad0: Jean Arp is a silly little goose

ADASpota: Contemporary American artist Linda Cleary Nuit Sonne (Tribute to Jean (Hans) Arp), 2014

ADASpota: German-French sculptor, painter, and poet Jean Hans Arp Konstellation, 1932

ADASpota: German-French sculptor, painter, and poet Jean Hans Arp Six White Forms and One Gray Make a Constellation on a Blue Ground, 1953

iainclaridge: Evocation of a Form: Human, Lunar, Spectral is an abstract bronze sculpture by Jean Arp. Modelled in 1950; it was cast in 1957.

SculpTourFav: SculpTour 2022 - Virtual Exhibition Visit Jean Arp Pistil (1950) Cement, 87.5 × 43.0 × 40.0 cm Paris+ par Art Basel, Online Viewing Room Michael Werner Gallery (ended Oct 24, 2022) Photo Paris+ par Art Basel OVR © Michael Werner Gallery/Jean Arp

PaulWelsh89: Jean Arp Relief, Clock

ai_prompt: /imagine prompt: yellow unobtanium notepad, palette knife, solarsynth, inspired by Jean Arp and Beauford Delaney --ar 2:3 --stylize 60000

zarandillo: Portrait of Jean Arp.

ekaitza_: Jean Hans Arp in his studio in Clamart France, 1958

A_L_D_E_R: Jean Arp in his studio, 1958

zarandillo: "We want to produce as a plant produces a fruit and does not itself reproduce." Jean Arp

tastetheway_: Jean Arp

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!”

artnau: Two Heads, 1929 by Jean (Hans) Arp

artnau: Objet casanier, 1966 by Jean Arp

BjornOn: Jean Arp and Marcel Duchamp if they had tiktok

DIADetroit: Liz Homberger, our Objects Conservator, and Livy Bailin, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Objects Conservation, undertook the cleaning of "Torso of a Giant," made by French sculptor Jean Arp in 1964.

rabihalameddine: Jean Arp, Not Far away from the Sun of the Moon and the Stars, 1960?

robertsnickc: ”We are like islands in the sea, separate on the surface but connected in the deep.” ~ William James, 1842 - 1910 [Jean Arp, Configuration, 1951]

Yazid: “Generative art relies on the interderminancy pioneered by artists like Jean Arp and Marcel Duchamp. It relies on happenings and performance systems by artists like Allan Kaprow and John Cage. 2/4

CommieC0n: This is untitled by Jean Hans Arp It is paper squares he let fall on another paper, it has been displayed as art.

robertsnickc: ”We are like islands in the sea, separate on the surface but connected in the deep.” ~ William James, 1842 - 1910 [Jean Arp, Configuration, 1951]

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!”

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restot50: Jean (Hans) Arp Human Concretion 1935

jonnysun_ebooks: Marcel duchamp, hugo ball, man ray, and jean arp in 1916:

pauljimerson: Jean (Hans) Arp

pauljimerson: Jean (Hans) Arp

pauljimerson: Jean (Hans) Arp

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!”

Chi_Art_Insti: ⚡Art Institute of Chicago Manicured Relief, Jean (Hans) Arp, 1930, France

saunieindiego: "Soon silence will have passed into legend. Man has turned his back on silence..." -Jean Arp, artist and poet

neurosocialself: ‘To be full of joy when looking at an oeuvre is not a little thing.’ Jean Arp

pauljimerson: Jean Arp

intltimes: In memory of Jean Hans Arp (16 September 1886 – 7 June 1966), German-French DADA Surrealist sculptor, painter, and poet.

dinamittEros: Hans Jean Arp.

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pauljimerson: . In 1954, Arp received Grand Prize for Sculpture at the Venice Biennale. A retrospective of his work was held at the Museum of Modern Art, NY, 1958, followed by another at the Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris, in 1962. Arp died June 7, 1966, in Basel.

pauljimerson: Arp’s work appeared in the first exhibition of the Surrealist group at the Galerie Pierre, Paris, in 1925. In 1926, he settled in Meudon, France.

pauljimerson: Jean Arp

calderfdn: Jean Arp was born on this day in 1866. The German-French artist coined the term “stabile” for Calder’s static works in 1932 as a sarcastic response to Duchamp’s “mobile,” dubbed the previous year for the American's kinetic objects. Read more:

pauljimerson: Happy birthday to the great sculptor, Jean Arp!

pauljimerson: Happy birthday to the great sculptor, Jean Arp!

redball2: Jean Arp | Wind Contour - from Dreams and Projects, 1951–52

redball2: ‘Dada is beautiful as the night cradling the young day in its arms.’ Jean Arp

redball2: ‘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, from contemplation, from meditation.’ Jean Arp Sacred Silence

redball2: ‘Reason uproots man and causes him to lead a tragic life.’ Jean Arp

redball2: ‘One day we disappear with a slight touch like dead leaves and turn to dust .. we become sparks of stars and we sing and we float, happy with our coats of fire ..’ Jean Arp

redball2: ‘Jean Arp found within himself the most vital secrets of this germinating life, a life where the most minimal detail is of the greatest importance.’ André Breton

redball2: ‘The essence of a sculpture must enter on the tips of its toes .. light as the footprints of an animal in snow.’ Jean Arp



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