Originally guest posted by Grandpeople
‘The literary gatherings in the cafés weren’t bad either. Eighteenth-century Satanism was still a favourite dish in certain literary circles.’
– Jean Arp
This is a quote from the book ’Arp’ published by MoMA in 1958 and sums up my impression of Mr. Arp’s work: Naïve and serious (as hell).
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