ARMAN (FERNANDEZ, ARMAND PIERRE)
Born in Nice in 1928, the son of an antiques dealer and cello player, the artist Armand Pierre Fernandez developed an affinity for music and the art of collecting. He studied at the École Nationale des Arts Décoratifs in Nice and subsequently moved to Paris, where he pursued his art history studies at the École du Louvre. The artist was co-founder of the group Nouveau Réalisme, whose members argued against the ossification within abstract and Informel art and advocated a new approach to the real – seeking a poetic rediscovery of the reality of urban and industrial life. Arman died in New York City in 2005.
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