September 15—January 6, open 11am–5pm Tuesday–Sunday
Member preview September 14 from 7–9pm. Free for Nasher members
The Nature of Arp exhibit provides a long-overdue look at the achievements of Jean (Hans) Arp (1886-1966), one of the most important and multifaceted artists of the modern era.
As a founder of the international Dada movement during World War I, Arp pioneered the use of chance, spontaneity, and collaboration as artistic processes and subsequently developed a vocabulary of curving, organic forms that was to become the lingua franca for several generations of artists.
$10 adults; free for children ages 11 and younger.