“The Nature of Arp” presents a new look over the six-decade career of artist Jean Arp (1886–1966). A founder of Dada, he produced an influential body of works, covering a wide variety of materials and formats. His art is based on an original vocabulary of forms, ranging fluidly between abstraction and representation and radically rethinking rules of traditional art.
- Jean Arp, "Head and Shell (Tête et coquille)", ca. 1933, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice