The Nature of ARP


Jean (Hans) Arp Exhibition

Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice | 13 April – 2 September, 2019

 “I was born in nature. I draw things that recline, drift, ripen, fall.” – Jean (Hans) Arp

This exhibition will investigate in depth the achievements of one of the most important and multifaceted artists of the modern era, Jean (Hans) Arp (1886-1966) founder of the Dada movement and pioneer of abstraction, whose experimental approach to creation, radical rethinking of traditional art forms, and collaborative proclivities resonate with the wide-ranging character of art today.

Here I share any pictures of my photos about exhibition. There were taken on 10 May 2019. Welcome to the nature art world of Arp.

About Jean (Hans) Arp

Artist Jean (Hans) Arp was born in 1886 in Strasbourg, the capital city of Alsace. This region was claimed alternately by Germany and France because of changing borders caused by World War I and World War II. Arp’s given name was Hans, but he later chose to go by the French equivalent, “Jean,” reflecting the shifting cultural and personal identity he experienced in his lifetime.

Details of exhibition


Jackson Pollock

The borders of the infinities | A végtelen határai

Painting and life of Jackson Pollock

Jackson Pollock with his painting ‘Convergence’ 1952

Amikor a világűrt, a kozmosz titkait szemléljük, hatalmába kerít bennünket a végtelen iránti, félelemmel vegyes csodálat. Felfoghatatlan és érzékelhetetlen távlatok nyílnak meg, és fokozottabban éljük át, hogy milyen apró pont is a mi bolygónk ebben a végeláthatatlan rendszerben. Jelentéktelennek tűnő részlet, de nélküle felbomlana a kozmikus térben létező, kaotikusnak ható, égitestek közötti egység. Az összefüggések számunkra szintén átláthatatlanok, mégis a világegyetem rendszerének logikáját feltételezzük, és meggyőződéssel hisszük. Nincs bizonyíték. Elég annyi, hogy létezünk.


Spring in Art

Spring in Art

We are waiting for Spring. Winter was cold and too long in this year. Spring is nice season. Spring is the symbol of the beginning and the rebirth. Several artists were inspired by the spring. I shared on my Facebook page paintings, sculptures and other artworks about spring. I collected some of those pictures in this post. Enjoy 🙂

Sandro Botticelli (Italian, ca. 1445-1510) | Primavera, late 1470s or early 1480s
Tempera on panel 202 cm × 314 cm
Uffizi Gallery, Florence


Summary 2015


Summary 2015

February | 2015

Belvedere Vienna – Hagenbund | A European Network of Modernism (1900 to 1938) – courier trip


My Shadow at Belvedere Garden in Wien

Simay Imre Family Joy at Exhibition in Belvedere Wien

A Sculpture of Hungarian National Gallery – Imre SIMAY | Family Joy – at Exhibition ‘Hagenbund’ in Belvedere Vienna
Photo Belvedere Museum, Wien

Kövesházi Kalmár Elza Leányakt

A Sculpture of Hungarian National Gallery – Elza KÖVESHÁZI KALMÁR | Female Nude – at Exhibition ‘Hagenbund’ in Belvedere Vienna
Photo by Ernő P. SZABÓ – Új Művészet

March | 2015

Exhibition of Bíró Sándor (click here to see more!) 

bíró sándor meghívó

Invitation (click here to see more!)


VIEW TO THE PAST | René Magritte

René Magritte

(21 November 1898 – 15 August 1967)

was a Belgian surrealist artist. He became well known for a number of witty and thought-provoking images that fall under the umbrella of surrealism. His work is known for challenging observers’ preconditioned perceptions of reality.

Magritte PIPE

René Magritte | La Trahison des images (Ceci n’est pas une pipe) 1929

Oil on canvas 64.45 x 93.98 cm – Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

René Magritte (sitting with dog) and his Brothers Raymond and Paul ca. 1910

Le peintre Rene Magritte (1898-1967) et sa femme Georgette Berger vers 1922

René Magritte and his wife Georgette Berger ca. 1922

Magritte, Rene

René Magritte | The Lovers 1928

Oil on canvas 54 x 73.4 cm – Museum of Modern Art, New York

René Magritte and his wife Georgette Berger 1929

René Magritte kissing his wife Georgette Berger 1929