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ARP

ISO 4217 code for the Argentine peso argentino. It was introduced in 1983, replacing the peso ley. It suffered from high inflation and was replaced by the austral at a ratio of 1,000 to one in 1985.
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An all-wood collage from 1980 felt like a graceful hat tip to Jean Arp.
Along with a painting and plaster sculpture by Jean Arp, another highlight on the gallery's stand is Orpheus (2008-9) by Anthony Caro.
Miro was particularly impressed by the Surrealist paintings of artists such as Giorgio de Chirico, Yves Tanguy, Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Rene Magritte and Jean Arp.
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.
Seeing Luxembourg & Dayan's excellent Jean Arp exhibition in London recently, I noticed work from the 1920s that had once been owned by the Surrealist poet Andre Breton; the fact that it had come from a fellow artist's collection gave it a compelling resonance.
These watercolors were discovered by chance after the artist's death when they fell out of a Jean Arp catalogue in Jorn's library.
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.
Literally weaving together craft traditions and the apparent influence of Oceanic art, Richard Tuttle, and Jean Arp, among other possible references, Maida's sculptures generally suggest performance--often for two--and can serve as useful objects, such as musical instruments.
In fact, having spent the past decade as a ventriloquist who made the modernist visual language of Alexander Calder, Jean Arp, and Joan Miro speak to contemporary issues--networking, long-range communication, globalization--Carter now seems content to focus on form and to experiment with new materials.
Dialectics of the Dialectic (1945), before leaving Bucharest in 1952 for Paris, where he collaborated with Jean Arp, Max Ernst, and others.
He boldly summons, for example, Constantin Brancusi and Jean Arp (whose works hold court in the Art Institute's modern collection), calling on the rudimentary formal language championed in early-twentieth-century avant-garde sculpture.