Hans Arp Quotes

Top 13 wise famous quotes and sayings by Hans Arp

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Hans Arp quotes: Any work that is not rooted in myth and poetry or that does not partake of the depth and essence of the universe is merely a ghost. Any work that is not rooted in myth and poetry or that does not partake of the depth and essence of the universe is merely a ghost.
Hans Arp quotes: To be full of joy when looking at an oeuvre is not a little thing. To be full of joy when looking at an oeuvre is not a little thing.
Hans Arp quotes: All things, and man as well, should be like nature, without measure. All things, and man as well, should be like nature, without measure.
Hans Arp quotes: Dada aimed to destroy the reasonable deceptions of man and recover the natural and unreasonable order. Dada aimed to destroy the reasonable deceptions of man and recover the natural and unreasonable order.
Hans Arp quotes: The essence of a sculpture must enter on tip-toe, as light as animal footprints on snow. The essence of a sculpture must enter on tip-toe, as light as animal footprints on snow.
Hans Arp quotes: The vertical and the horizontal are the extreme signs available to man for touching the beyond and his inwardness. The vertical and the horizontal are the extreme signs available to man for touching the beyond and his inwardness.
Hans Arp quotes: Artists should work together like the artists of the Middle Ages. Artists should work together like the artists of the Middle Ages.
Hans Arp quotes: In the good times of Dada, we detested polished works, the distracted air of spiritual struggle, the titans, and we rejected them with all out being. In the good times of Dada, we detested polished works, the distracted air of spiritual struggle, the titans, and we rejected them with all out being.