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HANS ARP / Jean Arp Art.

Hans Richter explains, that the Alsatian painter and dadaist Jean Arp once when dissatisfied with one of his pictures have torn it in parts and have thrown it on a floor. To his amazement Arp has noticed, that the new configuration of waste products was more successful than the original. The chance has succeeded, where intention of the initial artist had no. Tristan Tzara also used casual methods in his poetry. He reduced newspapers in the small parts containing no more, than some words then or selected them randomly from a hat or has thrown them on a table. The combination of words new then was pasted together. Hans Arp biography and resources.

"Art is a fruit that grows in man, like a fruit on a plant, or a child in its mother’s womb."



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Galerie der Spiegel, 1976, Rare coloured silkscreen,
80 cm x 56 cm

offered by Casa 5 Gallery Tavira, only one in stock

price: Euro 145, NOW Euro 95,
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