​Arman was a French-born American artist born in Nice on November 17, 1928. He is best known for his “accumulations” of vast quantities of the same object illustrated in sculpture and for the destruction/recomposition of objects. An example is a collection of axes welded together called “Avalanch” at Tel Aviv University.

In the 1960s, after moving to New York City, he was associated with the movement Nouveau Realism, along with Yves Klein, Jean Tinguely, and later Christo.

His works have exhibited widely internationally and can be seen in the permanent collections of Washington D.C.’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, New York’s Museum of Modern Art, and the Boca Raton Museum of Art. He died in New York City on October 22, 2005 at age 76.

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What Happened To The Flowers What Happened To The Flowers


Untitled (Guns)
Screenprint on paper,
Signed in pencil lower right "Arman," and numbered with raised stamp lower left
16 3/4 x 21 1/2 inches
Edition of 200
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What Happened To The Flowers
Homage to Andy Warhol
Mixed Media Sculpture, found object (torn paper scraps) of iconic Andy Warhol screenprint "Flowers", encased in Plexiglas
Signed, and numbered by Arman in red ink on plexi, verso; Stamped/incised by Arman again on the plexi.
Hand-signed again by Arman on a paper fragment;
Hand-signed by Warhol on another paper fragment.
Authenticated by the Arman Studio (Arman Studio, New York, Archive Number APA#8400.70.025).
35.4 x 35.4 x 2 inches
Edition of 50
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