Arman: l'arte degli oggetti La RepubblicaMay 5, 2017
Arman, che cose hai fatto? Corriere della SeraMay 5, 2017
Kunstvolle Jakobshallen By: Von Martina Propson-HauckMay 29, 2016
The Artists at Home
The Artists at Home Nice & You Magazine
Arman's Passing 2005-2015 MAMAC Museé d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain, Place Yves Klein, Nice, FranceNovember 7, 2015 - March, 6, 2016
Accumulation d'ArmanNovember 10, 2015
Chez Arman à Vence: Objet de curiosités By Marie-Eudes Lauriot Prévost / Point de VueSeptember 30, 2015
Transforming the banal into artworks By Jimmy Dabbagh / The Daily StarJune 22, 2015

Duchamp's avant-garde vision has since influenced other artists. The late Franco-American artist Arman (born Arman Fernandez) was inspired by Dada's use of found objects. Gallerist Mark Hachem, the show's curator, had the opportunity to meet Arman before his death. He says Arman was particularly fond of Fairuz. Elsewhere in the show, Arman's work is comprised of collections of found objects. Arman's at times intriguing transformation of banal objects into works of art is certainly worth a look.

When art meets cars – artists take the wheel By Alexandra Felts / Classic Driver MagazineJune 19, 2015

Artists have been fascinated by the automobile since its invention. As subjects of love, hate and even fetish, cars have found themselves in studios and galleries across the world. And more often than not, this is simply because artists themselves are self-confessed enthusiasts…

Milan's Triennale Design Museum spills the beans on the art of food (and food of art) By J.J. Martin / Wallpaper*April 15, 2015

'Arts & Food' is a never-ending feast of food-related objects, tools, paintings, installations, rooms and ambiences. 

The artist as collector at the Barbican By Jackie Wullschlager / Financial TimesFebruary 13, 2015

A captivating new show about artists’ collections of pictures and objects illuminates aspects of their own work
 

Arman featured in Geoffrey Bradfield Design article SpaceAugust 2014
Arman cascadeur de l'art contemporain à Saint-Paul Nice-MatinJuly 15, 2014
Corice Arman: The Partner By Katy Donaghue / Whitewall Magazine2011
Full House By Joan Juliet Buck / The New York TimesDecember 4, 2010

Down by the Hudson in an old Manhattan pickle factory lives a widow surrounded by a tyrant’s ransom in broken violins. Armand Fernandez, known as Arman since the day a printer left the “D” off his name in a catalog, was a founding member of the midcentury French New Realists and one of the giants of 20th-century art.
 

Arman's Legacy An Interview with Corice Canton Arman, The Arman Trust / Leaders Magazine2010
An Op, Pop, Trippy Democracy of Prints by the Artists, for the People
An Op, Pop, Trippy Democracy of Prints by the Artists, for the People by Benjamin Genocchio / The New York TimesOctober 17, 2006
Arman Obituary by Mary Rourke / Los Angeles TimesNovember 11, 2005
Art Brut The Good Life Galleries2004
Stacks of Odds and Ends That Tease the Mind by Roberta Smith / The New York TimesFebruary 28, 1992
French Artists Boycott Museum Opening by Alan Riding / The New York TimesJune 13, 1990