Hans Arp

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Texts by: Jane Hancock, Christine Hopfengart u.a. German 1994, 192 Pages, 153 Ills. Clothbound 275mm x 214mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-0526-4

Hans Arp is one of the great sculptors of the 20th century, a "modern classic" and at the same time a "topical contemporary". His fame is based primarily on his sculptures with their organically rounded forms which appear to have been developed according to the principles of nature, yet without seeking to imitate nature itself. However, his work also contains reliefs, collages, poems and drawings. These forms of expression combine to create a deeply personal oeuvre in which change, destruction and regeneration form a constant productive cycle. This publication is a work of reference which traces the history of the artist's development, illustrated by examples of selected works and elucidated by Arp's own texts, essays on his sculptures, reliefs, poetry and reception.