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Arman Arman - Biography

Arman (actually Armand Pierre Fernandez) gained world-wide fame as one of the key figures of "Nouveau Réalisme". He contributed substantially to the expansion of the concept of art with his object art.
Arman and Yves Klein got together in the early 1950s to do common activities. After Arman had seen the stamp drawings of the Dadaist Kurt Schwitters in an exhibition in 1954, he created his neo-dadaist "Cachets", for which he used objects that he dipped in paint as stamps. Arman's object art would gain even more recognition: Around 1959/1960 he made the "Poubelles" - waste in plexiglass - as well as accumulations of similar objects in display cases. His series of cut objects ("Coupes"), the destroyed objects ("Colères") as well as the "Combustiones" (burnt objects) followed.
Works by the world-famous new realist Arman are in possession of renowned international collections, such as the Kunsthalle Hamburg, the Museum of Modern Art in New York or the Tate Gallery in London.



 
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