Color tubes accumulation on canvas,dated and signed Arman on the stretcher, 1986, cm 155 x 120

Studio Arman N.Y.

Tubetti (A 0005)

November 17 Armand Pierre Fernandez born in Nice to Antonio Francisco Fernandez (1898-1992) and Marie Marguerite Jacquet (1907-1973). His father, Antonio, from a rich Spanish family coming from Algeria, owns a furniture and antique shop. 1933 Arman’s father and mother get married in Grasse where Arman’s mother had been staying with him at “Le Grand Hotel” for six months because Antonio’s parents didn’t want the marriage to take place in Nice. 1934 Arman attends the Cours Poisat, a school with mostly girls, because the father of his close friend, Micheline, did not want them to be separated. 1936 Plays chess for the first time, devotes himself to improving his skill by studying books on the game. This passionate dedication to a subject is to characterize him throughout his life. 1938 Learns oil painting from his father, a “Sunday painter”. 1940 September Enters the Lycée de Nice; is expelled three months later. Attends boarding schools in Grasse and Vence before returning to the Lycée de Nice. 1946 Granted his Baccalaureate in Philosophy and Mathematics from the Academy of France and attends Cours de Vienne. Enters the Ecole National d'Art Décoratif de Nice. Leaves in 1949 in protest against the social conservatism of the school administration. Makes series of little oil paintings of landscapes that his father sells in his shop. Also painted a self portrait kept by his parents all of their life. Develops interest in collecting antiques, in particular Chinese Porcelain while buying at auction for local dealers. 1947 Meets Yves Klein and Claude Pascal at a judo school in Nice. Summer This year and in 1948 the three friends hitchhike through Europe. In admiration of Vincent Van Gogh, who signed only his first name on his paintings, they decide to give up their surnames. Until 1953 the three are strongly involved, spiritually and intellectually, with Zen Buddhism, Rosicrucianism, Gurdjieff, and Astrology. 1949 Moves to Paris his first major trip to the city to study Archaeology and Oriental art at the École du Louvre in order to become an auctioneer. Begins painting in a Surrealist style. 1951 Leaves the Ecole du Louvre and goes to Madrid with Yves Klein to teach at the Bushido-Kai Judo school. Klein leaves for Japan at the end of the year, returning to France in 1953. August 8th birth of his first daughter, Françoise (a.k.a. Marion) 1952 Serves in the Medical corps of the French marines during the Indochina War. 1953 Returns to Nice. Influenced by the Russian immigrant painter Serge Poliakoff and Nicolas de Stael, begins working abstractly. Collaborates with Klein on happenings. February 17th Marries Eliane Radigue (divorced in 1971). Claude Pascal is their witness. They have three children, Françoise, Anne and Yves. Continues to collect antiques and decorative objects. Develops interest in African art after viewing an exhibition in Paris. Move with Eliane to an apartment at “9, Parc de la Californie” in Nice. June 29th birth of his second daughter, Anne 1954 Sees Kurt Schwitters exhibition at Galerie Berggruen in Paris. Begins experimenting with rubber stamps. Sees his first Pollock paintings at Studio Fachetti in Paris. September 18th birth of his first son, Yves 1955 Creates the first Cachets. Works in Nice, scuba fishing and selling furniture, cars and appliances and doing snorkel fishing. 1956 First solo exhibition of Cachets and paintings held at the Galerie du Haut-Pavé, Paris. 1957 Meets Sacha Sosno and Jean-Pierre Mirouze (then only 20) in Paris. Galerie La Roue, Paris. Galerie Iris Clert, Micro-Salon d'Avril (opened April 12th), with 50 others artists (ie: Alechensky, Appel, Arp, Baj, Benrath, Bryen, Dali, César, Corneille, Max Ernst, Klein, Fautrier, Fontana, Gromaire, Hartung, Habbah, Hundertwasser, Jorn, Kricke, Laubiès, Manessier, Michaux, Mubin, Penalba, Picasso, Pignon, Quentin, Marie Raymond, Rioppelle, Singier,Takis, Dorothea Tanning, Tinguely, Tsingos, Vasarely, Wilfredo-Lam...). The printer of the invitation omits the "d" from his name. 1958 Les Olympiens, peintures récentes de ARMAN (opened May 20th), Galerie Iris Clert, Paris. He decides he prefers to drop the “d” at the end of his name and be known as Arman. Creates the first Allures d'Objets. November-January: Travels in a 2CV car to Iran, Turkey, and Afghanistan with Eliane and a friend researcher and Dominican Priest “Pere Steve”, who is studying proto- Sumerian cuneiform languages with the French archaeological mission. 1959 Makes his first sculptures: destruction, Poubelles, Accumulations. First solo exhibition held in Italy at the Galerie Apollonaire, Milan. Galerie Saint-Germain, Paris 1960 March 16th to April 9th ARMAN ALLURES D'OBJETS, Galerie Saint-Germain, Paris. Galerie Smella, Dusseldorf. October 25 Fills Galerie Iris Clert with garbage, creating Le Plein ("Full Up"). October 27 Signs a manifesto with Klein, Raysse, Hains, Tinguely Spoerri and Villeglé, thus founding the “Nouveau Realisme” with the Critic/Art Historian Pierre Restany. New Realism= new perceptive approaches of reality. Meets Larry Rivers, Robert Rauschenberg, and Jasper Johns in Paris. Has his first lessons in English from Rauschenberg. 1961 Galerie Swartz, Milan. Makes first Colères. July 13 Smashes furniture at Abbaye de Roseland, Nice, creating Colère de Meubles Henri II. Accumulates objects in polyester. October Makes first visit to New York and is included in his first museum group exhibition, The Art of Assemblage at the Museum of Modern Art. Simultaneously his first solo exhibition in the United States opens at Cordier- Warren Gallery, New York. Lives for several months at the Chelsea Hotel, as he will continue to do for a part of each year until 1968. Meets Marcel Duchamp at a dinner given by artist and collector William Copley. 1962 Galerie Saqqarah, Gstaad. Galerie Aujourd'hui, Brussels. Galerie Lawrence, Paris. Purchases a torch and begins to weld objects together in his accumulations. June Yves Klein dies in Paris. Summer The family moves out of the apartment “Parc de la Californie” to a house in the heights of Nice, 156 Chemin de la Lanterne. Fall Arman travels to New York and Los Angeles for a group exhibition of French and American artists entitled The New Realists at the Sidney Janis Gallery and a solo exhibition at the Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles, California. 1963 Sidney Janis Gallery, New York. Galerie Schmella, Dusseldorf. Galerie Lawrence, Paris. Galerie Swartz, Milan. Galerie Ad Libitum, Anvers. December Arman brings all of his family, Eliane and the three children, to live in New York with him in an apartment he rented uptown 98thst, West side. 1964 Sidney Janis Gallery, New York. Summer Return of the family to avenue de la Lanterne in Nice. September First solo museum exhibition opens at the Walker Hill Art Center, Minneapolis, and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Begins to create new work by placing burned objects in plastic after his visit to Amsterdam. 1965 Created Artist Key Club "locker lottery" in New York at Grand Central Station. Richard Feigen Gallery, Chicago. Galerie Bonnier, Lausanne. Galerie Lawrence, Paris. Galerie Michel Couturier, Paris. Galerie Leone, Venice. 1966 Makes first accumulations of paint tubes embedded in polyester. Galerie Bonnier, Lausanne. Galerie Saqqarah, Gstaad. Galerie Svensk-Franska, Stockholm February Retrospective held at the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels. 1967 Begins an "art-industry" collaboration with Renault, the French automobile manufacturer, which continues through the 1980's. Represents France at Expo '67 in Montreal. Galerie Ileana Sonnabend, Paris. Galerie Françoise Meyer, Brussels. Musée des Ponchettes, Nice. Summer Eliane and the children leave to Paris, marking the end of Arman’s Studio at Avenue de la Lanterne in Nice. September Teaches two semesters of painting (fall 1967, spring 1968) at the University of California at Los Angeles through the Spring of 1968. 1968 Exhibits at the XXXIV Venice Biennale and Documenta in Kassel, Germany. Summer: starts having his house, designed by the architect Guy Rottier, built in Vence, on his father’s property, he latter baptized “Le bidonville”. From then, Arman will share his time between New York and Vence. August Meets Corice Canton in the south of France; They’ll marry on July 13, 1971 and have two children Yasmine and Philippe. Galerie Sydney Janis, New York. 1969 Galerie Bonnier, Geneva. Galerie Svensk-Franska, Stockholm Galerie Ileana Sonnadend, Paris. Galerie Mathias Fels, Paris. March Traveling exhibition of Renault Accumulations opens at the Stedelijk Museum and tours throughout Europe. Lives in a small house on Church Street in lower Manhattan when he is in the United States. 1970 April Moves to a loft in SoHo and continues to commute between Europe and the United States. Accumulates objects in concrete. Exhibits at the French Pavillion, World's Fair, Osaka, Japan. Also uses raw garbage and organic materials for sculptures in plastic. Accumulates refuse from the studios of artist friends for a series of sculptures in Plexiglas boxes. 1971 Arman, Galerie Venise Cadre, Casablanca, Maroc. 1972 Studies, with his wife, the martial art Kung Fu, Wu Su. Decorated as Chevalier de l'Ordre du Mérite by the President of the Republic of France. 1973 January 31 Becomes a U.S. citizen. Changes his name to Armand Pierre Arman. November A retrospective of his works opens at Andrew Crispo Gallery, New York. October 26th Arman’s mother dies in Vence. 1974 September His first museum retrospective in the United States, Selected Works 1958-74, is held at the La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, California, and tours throughout the United States, ending with a show at the Albright-Knox Museum in Buffalo, New York. November New dissected musical instruments embedded in concrete exhibited in Concrete Lyrics, Andrew Crispo Gallery, New York. 1975 January A major exhibition, Objets Armes 1971-1974, is held at Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. April 5 Conscious Vandalism, a happening stages at John Gibson Gallery, New York. Summer Plays GO with Japanese master Isamu Haruyama in Vence, France. Winter Travels to Egypt. His son, Yves, moves to New York. 1976 Retrospective of prints held at Galerie de la Salle, St. Paul-de Vence, France. Creates an environment at the XXXIX Venice Biennale. Continues to practice Kung Fu. 1977 Isamu Haruyama visits New York. Arman works at a new studio on Canal Street, in lower Manhattan. Retrospective of his works is held at the Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University, Kansas. 1978 May Solo exhibition of new sculptures at Andrew Crispo - Hard and Soft. Solo exhibition at Galerie Beaubourg, Paris. Also exhibits at Veraneman Foundation in Gand, Belgium. 1979 Travels extensively in China, where he visits ancient archaeological sites and artistic centers. December Travels to Moscow. Has exhibited at Andre Emmerich Gallery in New York. 1980 April - May Creates freestanding sculptures of accumulated tools while working in Nagoya, Japan and exhibits them at the Galerie Valeur in Nagoya. Retrospective of his works is held at the Centre d'Art et Culture in Flaine, France. 1981 Gives up GO and spends less time on his African Art Collection. Creates wall relief sculptures made out of tools and utensils. 1982 May European retrospective Parade of Objects held at Kunstmuseum, Hanover, Germany which tours throughout Europe and to the Tel Aviv Museum in Israel. Summer fall Completes monumental sculpture Long Term Parking, Le Montcel (now Foundation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain) at Jouy-en-Josas, France. December 2nd, birth of his fourth child, Yasmine 1983 May Cast bronze string orchestra pieces exhibit at Marisa del Re Gallery, New York. Through the rest of the year makes large wall relief sculptures and smaller standing sculptures with accumulations of second-hand brass instruments and bronze cast instrument parts. 1984 Receives commission from the President of France for a bronze accumulation of flags, A La Republique, for the Elysee Palace, Paris. January Travels to Belgium, Switzerland and France. In Paris, decorated as Commandeur des Arts et Lettres by the Minister of Culture. March Attends opening of his exhibition at the Christian Fayt Gallery, Knokke-Le-Zoute, Belgium. May Solo exhibition held at the Spoleto Festival, U.S.A, Gibbes Art Gallery, Charleston, South Carolina. September Solo exhibition held, Tools and Instruments at the Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, Florida. Exhibits at the Museo d'Arte Moderna in Parma, Italy. Has retrospective at the Museo Civico di Belle Arte in Lugano, Switzerland. 1985 January Travels to Japan and in April to Korea for retrospective exhibitions at the Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo, and Walker Hill Art Center, Seoul. Moves from SoHo to TriBeCa in lower Manhattan. Music Power, a monumental sculpture made with bronze cast bass fiddles, is installed at the Acropolis, Nice, France. July Two bronze sculptures are unveiled at the Gare St. Lazarre, Paris. September Participates in C.I.M.A. exhibition in Venice. Rostropovich's Tower, a monumental sculpture of sliced cello forms in bronze, is exhibited outside Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. December Decorated Paris Opera for L'Heure Espagnole. Designs Champagne Bottle for Taittinger. thom 1986 January Travels to Zurich for retrospective of his work. February Works on his Slices of Liberty project that celebrates the monument's upcoming centennial. Leaves New York in March for solo exhibition in Japan. April He returns to New York and later attends retrospective in Wichita, Kansas. June One man show in Nice, France, at the Galerie Beaubourg at the Nice Art Fair. He completes a 30 foot bronze sculpture consisting of flags 4th of July for a private collection in Connecticut. Designs clothing with French Designer Courreges. Begins new series of Paint Brush works. Installs sculpture outside of Tilles Hall, Long Island University - Being Beauteous. Commissioned for design projects for Fragonard Perfume, Louis Vuitton, Porthault and Piaget. Exhibits Gods and Goddesses in Paris, New York and Toronto. 1987 Illustrates and writes text for a children's book which is published early winter. Completes four major public sculpture commissions in the Spring of 1987. March Cavalleria Eroica completed for Le Jardin de Monte Carlo. Also in March he completes a large scale sculpture for the Phoenix Tower in Houston, Texas, entitled Cavalcade. May Completes two public sculptures commissions in Dallas, Texas (Persepolis) and Memphis, Tenessess. Arman's Ascent of the Blues, for the Morgan Keegan Tower in Memphis, is a tribute to American Blues music. June Participates in Art against AIDS group show. Early Summer Leaves for Germany to build a work for Kassel University during Documenta show. Fall Participates in The International Art Show for the End of World Hunger. Winter Shows new Paint Brush Paintings at Galerie Beaubourg, Paris. Also in Winter of 1987, Arman designs set and costumes for his original conception for the Paris Opera: Désordres Lyriques. December Receives French Legion of Honor award for outstanding achievement. A new 400 page book is published on ARMAN with written text by the art critic Bernard LaMarche Vadel and published by Editions de La Différence, France. Begins compiling information and documentation for the publication of the first volume of his Catalog Raisonné scheduled for publication in Autumn of 1989. Creates a sculpture entitled Hommage à Picasso or Venus à la Guitare for the Arman/Picasso exhibition at the L'Orangeraie in Geneva, Switzerland, which was later developed as a series of works called "trans sculptures". He begins his Monochrome Painting project commissioned by A.H. Grafik, Sweden. January 17th, birth of his fifth child and second son, Philippe. August 8th, birth of his fifth grand-child, Yves’s daughter, Madison. 1988 February Install a paint brush environment at the Musée d'Art Contemporain de Nimes. April Exhibits paint brush paintings at the Marisa del Re Gallery, New York City. May Completes installation of a large scale sculpture in Atlanta, Georgia titled Dyonosis Revealed for the Portman Company. Travels to China to participate in the Marco Polo, Save the Great Wall of China project, creates a work in front of an audience entitled Beijing Quartet #1. Work is placed in auction conducted by Sotheby's. Creates a large scale sculpture titled Venus des Arts for installation in Paris for the Saint Germanine Committee. Summer Creates trophies for three different competitions: Guttenburg Book Award, Sailing Award for Loïc Caradec / Atlantic Crossing by Sail, and Equestrian Competition held in Zurich, Switzerland. Creates designs in "Small Art Objects" made of precious wood and gold with the renowned jeweller Yves Piaget. Makes a fountain, approximately 9 feet high consisting of an accumulation of boat propellers in bronze. Autumn Creates a trophy for the Grand Prix International du Document de Creation et du Prix Jeune Télévision, the festival of International Télévision (URTI), Monte Carlo. 1989 January Completes a sculpture commissioned by the Cartier Foundation titled Solex lci et Là. February February 15th: his first son, Yves Antonio Carlos, born September 18th 1954, dies in a car accident in Saragossa, Spain. March Travels to Korea and Japan for the openings of his one-man exhibitions. Completes a large scale sculpture entitled Millions of Miles in Chönan, South Korea. It is 65.5 feet (20 meters) high, created out of welded rear truck axles and is the tallest of Arman's large scale sculptures to date. April Group exhibition is scheduled during April through July, titled Corps / Figures, la Figuration Humaine dans la Sculpture du XXéme Siècle at Artcurial in Paris, France. Starts and completes a project which began in 1987 consisting of Monochrome Paintings, to be exhibited in different museums internationally. May Travels to Venice, Alexander, and Athens on a Mediterranean Sea cruise with other contemporary artists, art critics, gallery representatives on the MTS Odysseus. Completes a public sculpture entitled Universalities of Wisdom, San Francisco. Participates in the Monte Carlo Sculpture Bienale. Creates a new series of painting called Shooting Colors, to be exhibited in galleries internationally November Receives the medal of the Legion d'Honneur from the President of France, Mr. François Mitterand. New works on canvas to be exhibited in Paris. Prepares a project for "Mixografia" (a patented printing process), Los Angeles, California. large scale sculpture is scheduled to be installed in the Spring of 1990 in Osaka, Japan. Another public sculpture is scheduled to be installed at a new hotel in South Korea. October 6th, birth of Yves César, his sixth and last child, out of mariage with Carrole César. 1990 Travels to the Far East for large scale sculpture projects. Spring Participates in ARCO Contemporain Exposition, Spain. Monochrome Accumulation which catalogs all paintings made for this project, with a foreword by Donald Kuspit, published by A.H. Grafik, Sweden. June Completes a large scale sculpture commissioned by BMW, titled Rêve de Calandres. Travels to Sweden to work on a new project, entitled Puristic Monochromes in collaboration with A.H. Grafik. Begins a new serious of paintings called Hidden Objects / Under the Skin. Designs jewelry for Movado, in collaboration with North American Watch, part of sales from jewelries will be donated to the The Learning Through Art Guggehiem Museum Children's Program, New York. Finds a casting process on bronze which gives the effect of an object that had been aged under salt water for thousands of years, titled series Atlantis. Summer Musée du Dessin et de l'Estampe de Gravelines, France introduces Arman Estampes Catalogue Raisonné (by Jane Otmezguine and Marc Moreau, published by Marvel, Paris), documents his prints and etchings from the 1950s to the present. Arman cancels his Retrospective Exhibit for the opening of the Musée d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain de Nice scheduled for June 21, 1990 after anti- Semitic remarks made by Mr. Jacques Médecin, Mayor of Nice. 1991 A Catalogue Raisonné documenting Arman's works from 1960 to 1962 is published. January Creates an edition of serigraph to commemorate the 700th anniversary of the Swiss Confederates States. February Travels to Venezuela for his opening at Galleria Freites. March Travels to Italy for an opening, exhibition of his new paintings, Brush Strokes at Fondazione Mudima and at B.& S. Gallery. April Works on a commissioned series of portraits of great composers to be exhibited in Japan. May Designs a crown for the event "Love Ball", a benefit for AIDS research sponsored by DIFFA. Spring Designs a poster for the festival celebrating the anniversary of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Salzburg, Austria. Summer Works on new paintings, bicycle on canvas. Fall Participates and travels to the first Lyon Biennale d'Art Contemporain, exhibits new works: The Chariot and Philemon and Baucis from a new series of sculptures in bronze entitled Atlantis. October The French Consulate commemorates his 30 years in New York. Designs the Symphony of Love jewelry for Movado. November The Atlantis sculpture series is exhibited the first time in the United States at Marisa del Re Gallery, New York. Also, a retrospective exhibition of works from 1954 to 1991 opens at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, USA. Exhibition will travel to The Brooklyn Museum and The Detroit Institute of Arts. Lecture by the artist will accompany each opening of the Retrospective Exhibition. December Travels to Rome. Begins to work on the New Accumulations series of sculptures. 1992 Creates an edition of lithograph for the Olympic Continental project, Barcelona, Spain. February Retrospective exhibition opens at The Brooklyn Museum. Continues to work on the new series of New Accumulations, first exhibited at the Sonnabend Gallery (in collaboration with Marisa del Re Gallery). Travels to Martinique, a large scale sculpture entitled Larmes de Fonte to be installed. May Solo exhibition of new works begins in Rome and travels throughout Italy. Retrospective exhibition continues onto the Detroit Institute of Arts. Designs a trophy, Le Trophée des Arts, commissioned by the French Institute / Alliance Francaise, New York, to be awarded to a French or an American artist for his or her exceptional contribution to French-American relations. June Participates in the International Biennial on Art, Poetry and Ecology, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Creates a plate design for Franklin Mint. September Lectures at Sotheby's, Geneva, Switzerland. In October, a large scale sculpture, entitled Les Gourmandes is installed at Roânne, France. A special edition of lithograph and plate are created to commemorate this installation. June 27th, Arman’s father dies in Vence. 1993 Designs a fan in Plexiglas, titled Intermission for the New York Philharmonic. May Participates in the contemporary art program at Conferences Nimes, France. Summer The series, New Accumulations was exhibited at the new Galerie Beaubourg, Vence, France. In addition, is promoted to the grade of Officier dans l'Ordre National du Mérite. Fall Mouan-Sartoux conference. Publishes new book of selected works from the 1957 to 1993; essay by Pierre Cabanne. Begins to work on the Van Gogh Starry Night series of painting. 1994 Receives the medal of "Grand Officier Des Arts et Des Lettres". Traveled to Bologna, Italy to continue working on a series of accumulations of objects in ceramic in collaboration with the Gallerie d'Arte Maggiore, Bologna, to be exhibited in the fall of 1994. April Designs the exterior design of a Venturi LM race car whichwas raced in the 24 Heures du Mans auto race in June. Travels to Lebanon, Beirut to begin work on project for a monumental sculpture. Summer Arman participates in the Festival International D'Art Lyrique et de Musique D'Aix-en-Provence, creating the festival's poster and brochure cover designs. Suffers a heart attack in N.Y. and undergoes open heart surgery. Fall Creates a large scale sculpture to be installed at the Broward Performing Art Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Continues work on the Van Gogh: Starry Night series which is exhibited at the Marisa Del Re Gallery in New York, and also at the Chateau Notre Dame des Fleurs in Vence, France during December, 1994. Begins work on a new series of sculptures which incorporate a series of household items or machinery parts with sliced, bronze, classical sculptures. Worked on several design projects including a "suite" for the Hotel Lutetia, Paris, A golf trophy. Created a Poster for Nîmes, France. Begins work on a series of new sculptures scheduled for exhibition at l'espace Fortant De France à Sète scheduled for summer of 1995. Various meetings with Daniel Abadie for a selection of works for a travelling retrospective of his works scheduled for 1996. 1995 Continues work on the "Starry Night" series throughout the year; these paintings are shown at the Reflex Gallery in Amsterdam, and later in the year at Ace Contemporary Exhibitions in Los Angeles, California. Completes series of accumulations of different national currencies in polyester female torsos; this group of work is titled "Money Queens" and is also shown at the Reflex Gallery. The Renault Accumulations are exhibited at Galerie George Philippe Vallois in Paris. Creates new "Transculptures" which are inspired by Paul Valery. They are shown at L'Espace Fortant de France in Sète, France, in July. Continues work on a new series of sculptures consisting of objects with related functions contained in metal and wooden boxes, such as coffee pots with coffee grinders, shirts on a coat rack with irons, and sawed wood with hand saws. Begins work on new bronze sculptures which are sliced and reattached with hinges. Because they allow for viewer participation with the sculpture, they are titled "Interactives". Also begins a series titled "Hidden Treasures"; this is a conceptual work which involves the creation of a sculpture in a sequence of actions that are each documented by a photograph. Continues traveling to Beirut to work on the monumental sculpture, "Hope For Peace", which weighs 4000 tons and consists of military tanks and armored vehicles embedded in a ten-story, 100 feet high pyramid-like structure of cement; it is unveiled with ceremony on August 2nd, 1995. 1996 Travels to Mexico city for the exhibit of the Van Gogh: Starry Night series of paintings. Creates a new large scale sculpture Captain Nemo, an accumulation of perfume stills in copper for the group exhibition in Paris Les Champs de La Sculpture schedule for opening on April 11, 1996. Makes new series of Transculptures, works with classical sculpture and everyday objects( eg. telephones). Develops a new technique with classical sculptures with paint brushes attatched directly to the sculptures in France. Prepares for a lecture series at La Sorbonne scheduled for April. Working on plans for a monumental sculpture of train cars to be constructed in Chile. Exhibits Interactives at the Basel Art Fair with Daniel Blaise Thorens. Arman is one of the main contributors of the exhibition Arts Plastiques to be held at the Musee d'Art Contemporain de Nice in the month of June. Selects objects from his extensive collection of African Art to be exhibited in Marseille in June. Scheduled to travel to other venues thereafter. Exhibits new works Interactives at the Sidney Janis Gallery in March. Also has two exhibitions in Kopellhamn.Sweden; Oeuvres 1986-1996, Ny Carlsberg Glytopek and "Oeuvres' Recent, Gallerihuset. Has solo exhibition at Guy Pieters Gallery in Knokke-Zoute, Belgium entitled Accumulation de Collections et Transsculptures. Also has exhibition Arman et l'art african, at Musee national des Arts d'Afrique et d'Oceanie in Paris, France; which ends in February of1997. 1997 Gives a lecture at the Michelle Rosenfeld Gallery in January 1997. Creates new accumulative sculptures entitled "Cascades" which will be exhibited at Sonnabend Galery in New York City in February of 1997. He will also have two exhibitions of Interactives in 1997, one at the Gallery RL Beaubourg, Paris, France and one at the Galerie Yeh, Seoul, Korea in May. Works simultaneaously on Accumulations in Relation for exhibit projected for June1997 at the James Mayor Gallery, London, England. Arman will have an exhibtion of works in concrete called Hidden Treasures at Galerie Enrico Navarra, Paris France in June1997. Also the Arman et l'art africain exhibition is now travelling from Marseille, Paris continuing on to Germany, New York, South Africa, and Dallas, Texas. 1998 Travels to France for Retrospective at the Jeu de Paume in Paris, France...Continues to work on original drawings with the same technique, and applies same technique to drawings of Lenin for the exhibition Variations sur un Lenine at the Patrice Trigano Gallery...Shows works on paper to benefit L'Association des Amis, Geneva, Switzerland...Lectures at l'Ecole des Arts Décoratifs, Paris...a performance piece, entitled Hommage to Hypathia (slicing of books and place into a plexiglass container to benefit Amnesty International...Prepared a macquette (accumulation of bathtubs) for the "les Bassins mondiaux de l'eau" to be held in Valencia , Spain...Working on a project which will be the new logo for ADC New Millennium spear headed by UNESCO...Begins working on new Emersions and Landslides paintings...Working on project for an out door sculpture for the factory of the Société Degrenne as well as serving pieces for their tableware division...Preparations for an outdoor sculpture for the Ferrari car factory. Working on a new perfume bottle Mandala ;. Installs 3 large sculptures. "Prometheus", in Saarbruke, Germany, "Matricielle" in Vire, France, for the Guy Degrenne Co Distillerie Ideologique at the Rond-Point des Champs Elysées, Paris for Artcurial Exhibition Installation, "Fragmentation", John Gibson Gallery , NY, Exhibit Ceramics at the Garth Clark Gallery, NY. 1999 Ceramic works at Garth Clark Gallery, New York. Drawings about Africa at Galerie Valérie Cueto, Paris. Retrospective shows in Israel and Brazil, gallery shows in Belgium and Sweden. 2000 Arman, Museuo de Monterrey, Mexique Arman: Racine carree de fragments, Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris, France Arman, National Museum of History, Taipei, China Arman: Anatomie del Tempo, Reggio Emilia, Italy Arman: Fragmentations, Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris, France Arman: Works on Paper, Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, Germany Arman: La Traversee des objects, Chateau de Ville Neuve, Vence, France 2001 Arman, Fundacio “la Caixa”, Barcelona, Spain Arman, Galerie Belmont, Films, Switzerland Arman, Superpositions, Guy Pieters Gallery, Knokke-le-Zoute, Belgique, Belgium Arman: Sandwich Combos, Marlborough Gallery, New York, USA Arman: en tout cas c'est de l'art, Galleria Dante, Padua, Italy Arman: La Traversee des Objets, Venice, Italy Arman, Vingt stations de l’objet , Couvent des Cordeliers, Paris, France Arman: Vingt Stations de l’Objet, Antibes, France Arman: Works on Paper, Vila Zanders Bergisch-Gladbach, Germany Arman: La Traversee des Objets, Bocca Raton, Florida, USA Arman: Des Cycles de la Vie, Galerie Anne Lettree, Luxembourg Arman, Galeria De Arte Isabel Aninat, Santiago, Chile Arman, Die Galerie, Zurich, Germany Arman: Passage à l’acte, musée d’Art moderne et d’Art contemporain, Nice, France 2002 Arman: Musique, Kunsthaus Grenchen, Grenchen, Switzerland Arman: Africarmania, Arman et l’Afrique, Galerie Beaubourg, Vence, France Arman: Dix Mots Pour, Sonia Zannettachi Gallery, Switzerland Arman: Oeuvre Monumentale, Ville du Lavandou, Le Lavandou, France Arman:Works on paper, Villa Haiss Museum, Zell, Germany Arman: Fragmentations, FIAC, Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, France 2003 Arman: A Survey: 1954 – 2002, Marlborough Gallery, New York, USA Arman: Centomilacenerentole, Dante Vecchiato Galleria d’Arte, Padova, ITALY Arman: Arman, Museum of Contemporary Art of Teheran, Teheran, IRAN Arman: Le plein de l'art, Galleria Fonte d'Abisso, Milano, Italy 2004 janvier (January) Marlborough Gallery, "Arman Pinturas" 14 janvier 7 février, Madrid Espagne. Marlborough Gallery, "Arman Pinturas"January 14 February 7, Madrid Spain. Lancement du livre "Arman Inclusion", par Tita Reut, chez Cudemo. Launch of "Arman Inclusion", book by Tita Reut, Cudemo. avril (April) Marlborough Gallery, "Arman Peintures" 15 avril 19 juin, Monaco Monaco. Marlborough Gallery, "Arman Peintures" April 15 June 19, Monaco Monaco. juin (June) Historial de la Grande Guerre, "Arman armé", 23 juin 12 décembre, Péronne, Somme, France. Historial de la Grande Guerre, "Arman armé", June 23rd December 12, Péronne, Somme, France.[] Théâtre de la Photographie et de l'Image, "Arman photographe", 26 juin 29 août, Nice France. Théâtre de la Photographie et de l'Image, "Arman photographe", June 26 August 29, Nice France. [] Arman: Interactives and Serious Paintings, Imago Gallery, Palm Desert, California, USA Arman: Superpositions, New Art: 38th International Fair for Modern & Contemporary Art, Koln, Germany Arman: Opere Recenti, Centro d'Arte Cultura and Bugno Arte Gallery, Venice, Italy 2005 October 22 Arman dies in New York

One Artist Exibition :
P.E.G. Gallery, London, ENGLAND

"Armand", Galerie du Haut-Pavé, Paris, FRANCE

"Armand", Galerie La Roue, Paris, FRANCE

"Arman : Les Olympiens", Galerie Iris Clert, Paris, FRANCE

"Arman", Galerie St. Germain, Paris, FRANCE
"Mostra Personale di Arman", Galerie Apollinaire, Milan, ITALY

"Arman. Allures d'objets", Galerie St. Germain, Paris, FRANCE
"Arman. Poubelles et Accumulations", Galerie Schmela, Düsseldorf, GERMANY
"Arman. Le Plein (Full-Up)", Galerie Iris Clert, Paris, FRANCE
"Arman. Les Accumulations", Galerie Iris Clert, Paris, FRANCE

Arman, Gallerie Schwarz, Milan, ITALY
"Arman", Cordier-Warren Gallery, New York, USA

"Arman. Musical Rage", Galerie Saqqarah, Gstaad, SWITZERLAND
"Arman, Montages", Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles, California., USA
"Arman", Galerie Aujourd'hui, Brussels, BELGIUM
"Arman", Galerie Lawrence, Paris, FRANCE

"Arman", Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, USA
"Arman", Galerie Lawrence, Paris, FRANCE
"Arman", Galleria Schwarz, Milan, ITALY
"Arman", Galerie Ad Libitum, Antwerp, BELGIUM
"Arman", Galerie Schmela, Düsseldorf, GERMANY

"Arman", Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, HOLLAND
"Arman", Museum Haus Lange, Krefeld, GERMANY
"Arman. Accumulations", Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minisota, USA
"Arman", Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, USA

"Arman", Richard Feigen Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Arman, Galerie Bonnier, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND
"Arman", Galerie Lawrence, Paris, FRANCE
"'Quid pro quo' Exchange Exhibition", Galerie Alan Stone, New York, USA
Arman, Galerie Michel Couturier, Paris, FRANCE
"Arman", Galleria del Leone, Venice, ITALY

Arman, Galerie Svenk-Franska, Stockholm, SWEDEN
Arman, Galerie Bonnier, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND
Galerie Saqqarah, Gstaad, SWITZERLAND
Arman, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, BELGIUM
Arman, Musee de la Ville, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, FRANCE

Arman, Galerie lleana Sonnabend, Paris, FRANCE
Arman, Galleria Sperone (La Bussola), Turin, ITALY
Arman, Galerie des Ponchettes, Nice, FRANCE
Arman, Palazzo Grassi, Venice, ITALY
Arman, Galerie Francoise Meyer, Brussels, BELGIUM
Arman, Galleria La Bertesca, Genova, SWITZERLAND

Arman, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, USA
Venice, XXXIV Biennale de Venise, ITALY

Arman: oeuvres Recentes, Galerie Bonnier, Geneva, SWITZERLAND
Arman: Les Ustensiles Familiers, Galerie lleana Sonnabend, Paris, FRANCE
Arman: oeuvres de 1960 a 1965, Galerie Mathias Fels, Paris, FRANCE
Arman: Accumulations Renault, Stedelijk Museum, HOLLAND and tour to Musee des Arts Decoratifs, Paris;
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humblebaek, Denmark;
Kunsthalle, Berlin;
Stadtische Kunsthalle, Düsseldorf;
Moderna Museet, Stockholm;
Stadtische Kunstsammlungen, Ludwigshafen; Kunsthaus, Zürich;
Amos Anderson Taidemuseo, Helsinki, Helsigfors, Finland
Arman, Galerie Svenk-Franska Stockholm, SWEDEN

Arman, Modern Art Musem, Stockholm, SWEDEN
Städtische Kunstsammlungen, Ludwigshafen, GERMANY
Kunsthaus, Zürich, SUISSE
Arman, Galerie lleana Sonnabend, Paris, FRANCE
Arman, Ace Gallery, Los Angeles, California, USA
Arman, Ace Gallery, Vancouver, CANADA Arman, Galerie der Spiegel, Cologne, GERMANY
Arman, Galleria del Ariete, Milan, ITALY
Studio Sat'Andrea, Milano, ITALY
Galerie Lambert-Monier, Genève, SUISSE
Galerie Bonnier, Genève, SUISSE
GAlerie Jacqueline Soisson, Nice, FRANCE
Arman, Lawrence Rubin, New York, USA

Arman, Galerie Bonnier, Geneva, SWITZERLAND
Arman, Galerie de la Salle, Vence, FRANCE
Galerie Venise, CAsablanca, MAROC
Arman, Galerie Bischofberger, Zürich, SWITZERLAND
Arman, Galerie Semiha Huber, Zürich, SWITZERLAND
Arman, Galerie Lawrence, New York, USA
GAlleria Arte Bogogna, Miléano, ITALY
Arman, Galerie Couturier, Paris, FRANCE

Arman, Galerie del Leone, Venice, ITALY
Arman, Galerie Arte Borgogna, Basel, SWITZERLAND
Galleria Sanluca, Bologna, ITALY
Galerie Guillaume CAmpo, Antwerpen, BELGIUM
Arman, Galerie de l'Oeil, Paris, FRANCE

Arman, Galerie Charles Kriwin, Brussels, BELGIUM
White Gallery, Lausanne, SUISSE
Arman: Selected Activities, John Gibson Gallery, New York, USA
Galleria Arte Borgogna, Milano, ITALY
Arman: Retrospective, Andrew Crispo Gallery, New York, USA
Arman, Galerie Aronovitch, Stockholm, SWEDEN
Arman, Rosa Esman Gallery, New York, USA

Le Tas des Echanges, Galerie Entre, Paris, FRANCE
Arman, Salles Romanes du Cloitre Sanit-Trophime, Musee d'Arles, FRANCE
Arman, Daniel Templon, Paris, FRANCE
Arman: Selected Works 1958-1974, La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, California, USA and tour to Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle; Fort Worth Art Museum, Texas; Des Moines Art Center, Iowa; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo
Arman: Concrete Lyrics, Andrew Crispo Gallery, New York, USA
Arman: Sur Beton 1973, Galerie Bonnier, Geneva, SWITZERLAND

Fort Worth Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, USA
Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa, USA
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, USA
Arman, Hopkins Center Art Gallery, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hamphire, USA
Arman, Objets Armes 1971-1974, Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, FRANCE
Arman, Galerie Bonnier, Geneva, SWITZERLAND
Conscious Vandalism (April 5, 1975), John Gibson Gallery, New York, USA
Arman: Lyrical Surfaces, Andrew Crispo Gallery, New York, USA
Arman, Galerie Charles Kriwin, Brussels, BELGIUM
Paradox du Temps, Artcurial, Paris, FRANCE

Arman, Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, FRANCE
XXXIX Biennale; Venezia, ITALY
Galerie de la Salle, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, FRANCE
Galerie Kriwin, Bruxelles, Belgique
Arman, Galerie Sapone, Nice, FRANCE
Arman, Artcurial, Paris, FRANCE

Galerie Sapone, Trieste, ITALY
Arman, Galerie Valeur, Nagoya, JAPAN
Arman: Paintings and Sculptures, Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University, Kansas, USA

Exhibition of Drawings, Galerie Jollenbeck, Cologne, GERMANY
Arman: Hard and Soft, Andrew Crispo Gallery, New York, USA
Arman, Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, FRANCE
Accumulation, Galerie Valeur, Nagoya, JAPAN
Galerie Mathilde, Amsterdam, PAYS-BAS
Arman: New Works, Galerie Charles Kriwin, Brussels, BELGIUM
Arman, Veraneman Foundation, Gand, BELGIUM
Arman, Galerie Verbelke, Paris, FRANCE
Bill Erlich Gallery, New York, USA

Arman, Galleria Cavellini, Brescia, ITALY
Arman, Gallerie Bonnier, Geneva, SWITZERLAND
Arman, Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, USA
Arman: Art in Progress, Münich, GERMANY
Arman, Foundation de Jau, Perpignan, FRANCE
Arte Contacto, Caracas, VENEZUELA
Galleria Cavellini, Brescia, ITALY
Galleria de Amicci, Firenze, ITALY
F.I.A.C., Paris, FRANCE

Arman, Art in Progress Gallery, Münich, GERMANY
Arman, Hacker Gallery, Stuttgart, GERMANY
Arman, Galerie Valeur, Nagoya, JAPAN
Arman, Amano Gallery, Osaka, JAPAN
Arman, Satani Gallery, Tokyo, JAPAN
Arman: Retrospective, Centre d'Art et de Culture, Flaine, FRANCE
Museo Civico da Portofino, ITALY
Galerie Sapone, Nice, FRANCE
Galerie Holtmann, Hannover, GERMANY
Galerie Hacker, Stuttgart, GERMANY

Arman: Bronze Soudes, Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, FRANCE
Arman, Holtman (fomerly Spiegel), Cologne, GERMANY
Arman Opere del 1979, Le Point, Rome, ITALY
Arman: Sculptures, Galerie Akira Ikeda, Tokyo, JAPAN
Arman, Hessisches Landesmuseum, Darmstadt, GERMANY
Arman, Gallery Holtmann, Cologne, GERMANY
Foir INternationale de Bari, ITALY
Galerie Spone, Nice, FRANCE
Rome Sud, Diego Strazzer, ITALY
Art'81, Galerie Bonnier, Washinton, USA
F.I.A.C. 81, Grand Palais, Paris, FRANCE

Arman, Galerie Sapone, Nice, FRANCE
Zarathustra Gallery, Milan; ITALY
Arman, Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, FRANCE
Galerie Kriwin, Bruxelles, BELGIQUE
Galerie Chappe-Lautier, Toulouse, FRANCE
Arman: Carvings and Drawings, Solomon Gallery, Dublin, IRELAND
Galerie Abel Rambert, Paris, FRANCE
Bâle Art Fair (Bonnier, Beaubourg), Bâle, SUISSE
Arman: Parade der Objekte Retrospective 1955 bis 1982, Kunstmuseum Hannover mit Sammlung Sprengle, Hanover, and tour to Hessisches Landesmuseum, Darmstadt; Tel-Aviv Museum, Israel; Kunsthalle Tubingen; Musee Picasso, Chateau Grimaldi, Antibes, France; Musee d'Art Contemporain, Dunderque, France
Arman, O.K. Harris Gallery, New York, USA

Arman, Goldman's Gallery, Haifa, ISRAEL
Arman's Orchestra, Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, USA and tour to Goldman-Kraft Gallery, Chicago; Herbert Palmer Gallery, Los Angeles, California, USA
Musée d'Art Moderne, Tel-Aviv, ISRAEL
Musée d'art de Tübingen, GERMANY
Musée Picasso, Antibes, FRANCE
Arman's Orchestra, Galerie Beaubourg, F.I.A.C., Grand Palais, Paris, FRANCE

Arman, Christian Fayt Gallery, Knokke-Zoute, BELGIUM
Arman: 15 Years 1959-1974, Galerie Reckermann, Cologne, GERMANY
Arman, Spoleto Festival, Gibbes Art Gallery, Charleston, South Carolina, USA
Arman O L'Oggetto Come Alfabeto: Retrospecttiva 1955-1984, Museo Civico di Belle Arti, Lugano, SWITZERLAND
Galerie Le Point, Monte-Carlo, MONACO
Arman's Orchestra, Gloria Luria Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, Florida, USA
Arman: Tools and Instruments, Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, Florida, USA
Arman: Objekte und Bilder, Galerie Renee Ziegler, Zürich, SWITZERLAND
Arman: The Day After, Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, USA
Arman, Galerie Beaubourg, F.I.A.C., Grand Palais, Paris, FRANCE
Arman, Museo d'Arte Moderna de Parma, ITALY
Arman, Galeria Nicoli, Parma, ITALY

Arman, Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo, JAPAN, and tour to Walker Hill Art Center, Seoul, Korea
Arman Aujourd'hui, Museum of Toulon, FRANCE Arman: urves Choisies, Galerie Bonnier, Geneva, SWITZERLAND
Arman, Sonia Zannettacci Galerie, Geneva, SWITZERLAND
Arman, Chateauroux, Paris, FRANCE
Arman, Galerie Ziegler, Zürich, SWITZERLAND

Arman, Pavillion Werd, Zürich, SWITZERLAND
Arman, Fuji Television Gallery, Tokyo, JAPAN
Arman: Retrospective, Wichita State University, Ulrich Museum of Arts, Kansas, USA
Arman: Gods and Goddesses, Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, USA
Arman: Gods and Goddesses, Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, FRANCE
Arman: Gods and Goddesses, Waddington and Shiell Galleries, Ltd., Toronto, CANADA
Arman, Veraneman Foundation, Gand, BELGIUM

Arman: Trio for Strings, Galerie GKM, Malmö, SWEDEN
Arman: Gods and Goddesses and Selected Works 1963-1985, Wenger Gallery, Los Angeles, California, USA
Arman: Couleurs, Gallery Guy Pieters, Knokke-Zoute, BELGIUM
Arman: Works on Paper, Galerie Ferrero, Nice, FRANCE
Arman: Gods and Goddesses, Galerie de l'Orangerais, Geneva, SWITZERLAND
Arman, La Giarina Gallery, Verona, ITALY

Arman: Works 1961-1986, La Galerie de Poche, Paris, FRANCE
Arman: Works 1960's-1970's Assemblages, Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, USA
Arman: Works on Paper, Princeton Gallery of Fine Art, New Jersey, USA
Arman: Treize Peintures (Thirteen Paintings), Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, FRANCE
Arman: Paintings, Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, USA
Arman: Pinceaux Pieges, Musee des Beaux Arts, Nimes, FRANCE
Arman, Reflex Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Arman, Chapelle des Penitents Blancs, Vence, FRANCE

Arman: A Retrospective, Gana Gallery, Seoul, KOREA
Arman: Paintings, Fuji Television Gallery, Tokyo, JAPAN
Arman: A Retrospective, Lunds Konsthall in collaboration with Galerie GKM, Lunds, SWEDEN
Arman: A Retrospective, James Mayor Gallery, London, ENGLAND
Arman: Shooting Colors, Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, FRANCE
Arman, Gallery Guy Pieters, Knokke-Zoute, BELGIUM

Arman: Dirty Paintings, Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, USA
Arman: Graphische Arbeiten 1960-1990, Eberhart Auktionen AG, Zollikon, GERMANY
Arman: Color Scales, Riva Yares Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
Arman: Shooting Colors, Chicago Art Fair with Marisa del Re Gallery, Chicago, USA
Arman: Prints, Artcurial, Paris, FRANCE. Travels to Musée de l'Estampe et du Dessin, Mairie de Graveline, FRANCE
Arman "Apropos de Peinture", Gallerie GKM Siwert Bergström, Malmö, SWEDEN
Arman Colors New Works, Fiorella Urbinati Gallery, Los Angeles, California, USA
Arman: Monochrome Accumulations 1986 to 1989, Vrej Baghoomian Gallery, New York, USA
Arman Under the Skin, Galerie Guy Pieters, Knokke-Zoute, BELGIUM
Fragments de Chine, FIAC, (represented by Gallerie GKM Siwert Bergström), Paris, FRANCE

Arman Pinturas Sucias, Galerie Freites, Caracas, VENEZUELA
Arman in Italy, Fondazione Mudima, Milan, ITALY with B. & S. Gallery, Venice, Italy
Arman Brush Strokes Paintings, Galerie Holtmann, Köln, GERMANY in collaboration with Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, FRANCE
Arman Robot Portraits, Fuji TV Gallery, Tokyo, japan
Arman "Bétons" 1970 · 1974, Galerie Georges - Philippe Vallois, Paris, France
Archeology of the Future: New Atlantis, Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, usa
Arman A Retrospective: 1955 - 1991, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, usa, traveling exhibition
Arman, Galleria d'Art Immart, Rome, Italy

Arman: Archéologie du futur, Galerie Beaubourg, Parie, FRANCE.
Amsterdam Tour by Arman & Music by Arman, Reflex Modern Art Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Brushworks, Riva Yares Gallery, Scottsdale and Arizona, USA
Arman A Retrospective: 1955 - 1991, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York, USA; travels to The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, USA
Arman "Cycles", Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, USA
Arman New Accumulations, Sonnabend Gallery, New York, USA
Il Giro di Arman, Associazione Culturale Italo-Francese, Bologna, ITALY, travels to Palazzo del Diamanti, Gallerie Civiche d'arte Moderna, Ferrera, ITALY Arman: Hommage to Garcia Lorca, Remba Gallery, California, USA

La Fleur Expo, Haut de Cagnes, Cagnes sur Mer, FRANCE
Arman: Concerto per mitologie e futuri prossimi, Elleni Galleria d'arte, Bergamo, ITALY
Arman: Les Accumulations de Collections, Galerie Beaubourg, Vence, FRANCE
Arman, Galerie Pascal Retelet, Charleroi, BELGIUM

Festival International D'Art Lyrique et de Musique D'Aix-en-Provence, Galerie de la Prévôté, Aix-en-Provence, FRANCE.
La Ceramica di Arman, Museo Internazionale delle Ceramiche in Faenza, Faenza, ITALY
Arman: Starry Night, Marisa Del Re Gallery, New York, USA.
Arman: La Nuit étoilée, Chateau Notre-Dame des Fleurs, Galerie Beaubourg, Vence, FRANCE.
Arman: Pintura e Escultura, Galerie III, Lisbon, PORTUGAL.

Arman: Starry Night & Money Queens, Reflex Modern Art Gallery, Amsterdam, HOLLAND
Arman: Renault Accumulations, Gallery George Philippe Vallois, Paris, FRANCE
Arman: Starry Night, Ace Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, California, USA
Arman: Transculptures, L'espace Fortant de France , Sète, FRANCE
Arman: Galerie 3, Athens, GREECE
Arman: Musée Royal de Mariemont, Mariemont-Chapelle, BELGIUM
Arman: Monumental Aquatints 1989 - 1993 Avanti Galeries Inc., New York, USA

Arman: Interactives, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, USA
Arman: Starry Night, Museo Jose Luis Cuevas, Mexico City, MEXICO
Arman: The Exhibition of International Sculpture Master, Modern Art Gallery, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Arman: Interactives, Basel Art Fair, Galerie Daniel Blaise Thorens, Basel, Switzerland

Ileana Sonnabend Gallery, New York, “Arman. Cascades”.
Galerie Enrico Navarra, Paris, “Arman ‘Trésors cachés””.
James Mayor Gallery, Londres, “Arman : Accumulations in Relation”.
Galerie Rachelin Lemarie, Paris, “Arman, Sculptures interactives”.
Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, “Arman : Interactives”.
Yeh Gallery, Seoul, Corée, “Arman : Interactives and Bicycle Paintings”.

Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume, Paris, “Arman”.
Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Allemagne, “Arman”.
Culturgest, Lisboa, Portugal, “Arman”.
Galerie Patrice Trigano, Paris, “Variations sur un Lénine”.
Galerie John Gibson, New York, “Concerto pour quatre pianos”, novembre.
Galerie Piltzer, Paris, “Nec mergitur”.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israël, “Arman”.
Museu de arte moderna do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brésil, “Arman”.
Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo Assis Chateaubriand (MASP), Sao Paulo SP, Brésil, “Arman”.
Galerie John Gibson, “Fragmentation of pianos”.

Museo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexique, “Arman”.
Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris, “Racine carrée de fragments”.
National Museum of History, Taipei, Chine, “Arman”.
Reggio Emilia, Italie, “Anatomie del Tempo”.
Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris, “Fragmentations”.
Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, Allemage, “Werke auf papier”.
Chateau Musée de Villeneuve, “La Traversée des Objets”, Vence, France.
Couvent des Cordeliers, Paris, France, “Vingt Siècles vus par Arman”

Arman, Fundaciò “la Caixa”, Barcelone, SPAIN
Arman, Zürichsee Auktionen, Erlenbach, SWITZERLAND
Arman, Galerie Belmont, Films, SWITZERLAND
Arman: Superpositions, Guy Pieters Gallery, Knokke-le-Zoute, BELGIUM
Arman, Sandwich Combos, Malborough Gallery, New York, USA
Arman: En tout cas c’est de l’art, Galleria Dante, Padova, ITALY
Arman: La Traversée des Objets, Palazzo delle Zitelle, Venise, ITALY
Arman: Vingt Stations de l’Objet, Chantier Naval Opéra, Antibes
Arman: Works on Paper, Vila Zanders Bergisch-Gladbach, GERMANY
Arman: Through and Across Objects, Bocca Raton, Florida, USA
Arman: Des Cycles de la Vie, Galerie Anne Lettree, LUXEMBOURG
Arman, Galeria De Arte Isabel Aninat, Santiago, CHILE
Arman, Die Galerie, Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Arman: Vingt Siécles vus par Arman, Exposition au Chantier Naval Opera, Port Vauban, Antibes, FRANCE

Arman: Musique, Kunsthaus Grenchen, Grenchen, SWITZERLAND
Arman: Africarmania, Arman et l’Afrique, Galerie Beaubourg, Vence, FRANCE
Arman: Dix Mots Pour, Sonia Zannettachi Gallery, SWITZERLAND
Arman: Œuvre Monumentale, Ville du Lavandou, Le Lavandou, FRANCE
Arman: Works on Paper, Villa Haiss Museum, Zell, GERMANY
Arman: Fragmentations, FIAC Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, FRANCE

Arman: A Survey, Marlborough Gallery, New York, USA
Arman: Centomilacenerentole, Dante Vecchiato Galleria d’Arte, Padova, ITALY
Arman: Arman, Museum of Contemporary Art of Teheran, Teheran, IRAN
Arman: Le plein de l’art, Galleria Fonte d’Abisso,

Fernandez* Arman