Some familiar names are Julius Bissier, Meret Oppenheim, Jean Arp
and Hans Richter, part of the avant-garde movement.
His plans for flower beds and paving suggest a biomorphic kinship to forms produced by Jean Arp
and the early European avant-garde, yet these aesthetic objects are also working drawings.
mention include Henry Moore (1898-1986), especially Recumbent Figure, Jean Arp
(1886-1996) and Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973).
As he matured, his work became more "free form," reflecting the influence of artist friends Joan Miro and Jean Arp
A move to Zurich brought Jawlensky stimulating exchanges with Paul Klee, the inventive Dadaists Jean Arp
and Sophie Tauber-Arp, and sculptor Wilhelm Lehmbruck.
Patsy and Raymond Nasher began their collection in the 1960s with the purchase of major sculptures by Jean Arp
, Alexander Calder, Joan Miro, and Henry Moore.
Along with a painting and plaster sculpture by Jean Arp
, another highlight on the gallery's stand is Orpheus (2008-9) by Anthony Caro.
Clement Greenberg observed in 1940 that certain artists, such as Jean Arp
, had moved from painting to bas-relief and then to sculpture because they wanted to work with elements unavailable to "pure painting"--a phrase that implies there is painting other than pure and furthermore just as good.
He was exposed there to modernist artists and sculptors - among them Constantin Brancusi, Jean Arp
and Henry Moore - who influenced his future artistic style.
With new sculptural works at Aubette 1928--in the only three rooms preserved of the 1928 four-story nightlife complex conceived as an avant-garde Gesamtkunstwerk by Jean Arp
, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, and Theo van Doesburg--and an overview of two-dimensional works from 1999 to 2013 at the Department of Prints and Drawings of the Musee d'Art Moderne et Contemporain Strasbourg (MAMCS), Yang's two-part exhibition "Family of Equivocations" showed how her longstanding use of collage, industrially produced elements, and handiwork has been wedded to an increasingly psychedelic aesthetic.
He himself was a fabulous photographer and he produced hundreds of images of various Dada and Surrealist artists that he had published, including Marcel Duchamp, Jean Arp
, Tristan Tzara, Hans Bellmer, Giorgio de Chirico, and, of course, Dali.