Schaulager Stiftung Arp. Foto: Leo Pompinon

Since 1977, the Stiftung Arp e.V. has overseen a great part of the artistic legacies of the Franco-German sculptor Hans Arp and his first wife, the Swiss artist Sophie Taeuber-Arp. In addition, the foundation manages both artists' copyrights. Its primary purpose is to make the work of Arp and Taeuber-Arp accessible to a wide international audience through the support of academic research, exhibitions and publications.

Stiftung Arp e.V. invites you to the 3th Arp conference at the Fondation Beyeler, October 30-31, 2019

Hans Arp (1886-1966) made an important contribution to twentieth-century sculpture with a biomorphic formal language that oriented to nature’s processes of change. Arp seized upon the potential inherent to the art of his predecessors and contemporaries. For example, he was interested in the ways artists like August Rodin and Constantin Brancusi... Read more

Megan R. Luke and Emanuele Greco as guests

The American art historian Megan R. Luke and Emanuele Greco, art historian from Italy, are spending this summer as the Stiftung’s fellows in Berlin to conduct research in the Foundation's collection and archive.   Read more

PUBLIC ART at the Kunstmuseum Appenzell

The Kunstmuseum Appenzell, together with the Swiss Fondazione Marguerite Arp, has prepared an exhibition of works by Hans Arp related to architecture, which examines the effect of his large sculptures and reliefs in urban space, among other topics. Kunstmuseum Appenzell until November 3, 2019. Read more

Hans Arp at the Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck

In the exhibition "Nature is a Petrified Enchanted City," the Arp Museum is dedicated to the studio as a place of creative activity, where plaster models, tools and casting moulds bring the process of creation to life. Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck until January 5, 2020 Read more