Beautiful poster of Sophie Taeuber-Arp's exhibition at the National Museum of Modern Art in 1964.
Sophie Henriette Gertrud Taeuber-Arp was a Swiss artist, painter, sculptor, textile designer, furniture and interior designer, architect and dancer.
Born in 1889 in Davos and raised in Trogen, Switzerland, she attended business school in St. Gallen and later art schools in Germany before returning to Switzerland during World War I. At an exhibition in 1915, she first met the Franco-German artist Hans/Jean Arp, whom she married shortly thereafter. It was during these years that they became associated with the Dada movement, which emerged in 1916, and Taeuber-Arp's most famous works - Dada Head; 1920 - date from these years. They moved to France in 1926, where they remained until the invasion of France during World War II, after which they returned to Switzerland.
Exhibition - Abstract
National Museum of Modern Art
Good condition, a fold, pin holes
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