Hans Arp

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Noun1.Hans Arp - Alsatian artist and poet who was cofounder of dadaism in Zurich; noted for abstract organic sculptures (1887-1966)
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A Franz Hals B Hans Arp C Max Ernst D Jan van Eyck 12.
She quickly found herself at the centre of an artistic milieu that included Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Alberto Giacometti and Hans Arp.
They quote Hans Arp, a founding member of the Dadaists, who said: "In Zurich in 1915, losing interest in the slaughterhouse of the world war, we turned to the fine arts.
Organizing them geographically, or adding a few "real" works of art, like a relief by Hans Arp and a small sculpture by Sophie Taeuber-Arp, could hardly change this impression.
The connection to fine art doesn't end there: Columns clad in mirror-polished stainless steel are reminiscent of works by contemporary artist John McCracken, while Harris likens the hand-rubbed brass table bases to Hans Arp sculptures.
He rightly criticizes that her husband "eulogized his deceased wife as an angelic being" and a fairy-tale creature (255), and, Suter argues, too many art historians have taken Hans Arp as a reliable source instead of critically evaluating his pronouncements (257).
Si bien Marcel Duchamp, Francis Picabia o Tristan Tzara han influido tambien en el diseno grafico, la impresion mas decisiva fue la del propio Heartfield, junto con los dadas alemanes, Georges Grosz, Raoul Hausmann (5), Hannah Hoch, Baader, Hoech y Max Ernst, las maderas de Hans Arp o Kurt Schwitters.
The old dictum that art comes only from art was rendered obsolete with the birth of abstraction, when sound poetry and poets such as Hugo Ball and Velimir Khlebnikov influenced artists such as Hans Arp and Kazimir Malevich.
The works of various modern artists, poets, musicians, and writers are discussed, including Paul Klee, Kurt Schwitters, Wilhelm Wackenroder, Hans Arp, E.
At the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, a Roumanian, Tristan Tzara, an Alsacian, Hans Arp, and two Germans, Hugo Ball and Richard Hulsenbeck, founded the Dada movement.
These pavilions were made for collector Karl-Heinrich Muller, to display his eclectic art collection (including work by Yves Klein, Kurt Schwitters, and Hans Arp, as well as antique objects and sculpture) in the most unique of circumstances.
Huelsenbeck y Tristan Tzara; posteriormente, llegaron los artistas plasticos Hans Arp y Sophie Taeuber.