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Henri Rousseau
Rousseau, a Customs Officer who became a painter
Project ARM Press Office | 22 November

In the overview of post-Impressionist European painting, Henri Rousseau is considered as the father of naïf painting for the ingenuity

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Henri Matisse: color as a liberation
Project ARM Press Office | 15 November

“Color, above all, and perhaps even more than drawing, is a means of liberation”. Henri Matisse: a “peaceful” revolutionary Henri

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Vivian Maier
Vivian Maier, eminent stranger
Project ARM Press Office | 7 November

Vivian Maier, the street photographer who photographed the streets and faces of America between the 1950s and 1970s. This is the

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Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon: the creation of an icon in a hostile world
Project ARM Press Office | 25 October

The tormented line of his canvases originates from his anguished personal vicissitudes and his resigned idea of life. The life

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From the family’s castle to the pleasure houses: the excessive life of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Project ARM Press Office | 18 October

“And to think, I would have never painted if my legs had been just a little bit longer!”. The birth

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THE OPHELIA BY MILLAIS: THE PARADIGM OF THE PRE-RAPHAELITES CANON
Project ARM Press Office | 11 October

Ophelia from the Hamlet inspired many painters who tried to represent the tragic death of the Shakespearean character since the

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René Magritte
Magritte is not Magritte
Project ARM Press Office | 4 October

Pipes, green apples and black bowler hats. Few words and immediately one of the most famous and beloved surrealist painters

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“The Great Wave” by the master Hokusai
Project ARM Press Office | 27 September

The Great Wave of Kanagawa by the master Katsushika Hokusai influenced painters such as Toulouse-Lautrec, Monet, Van Gogh and Gauguin.  In

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Marcel Duchamp
Marcel Duchamp, a desecrating artist.
Project ARM Press Office | 20 September

Provoke, destabilize, defy the common sense. It was in 1917 when Marcel Duchamp forced the whole system of contemporary art

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“The Arnolfini Portrait”: an enigmatic artwork to discover
Project ARM Press Office | 13 September

The Arnolfini Portrait is a masterpiece by the famous Flemish artist Jan Van Eyck. The Arnolfini Portrait, stored at the National

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Marina Abramović
The function of time in the performances of Marina Abramović
Project ARM Press Office | 6 September

She likes to define herself as “the grandmother of performance”, a form of art that, from the beginning, has strongly

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Joseph Cornell
Joseph Cornell and his extraordinary worlds in box
Project ARM Press Office | 30 August

He lived with his mother and his brother in a humble house on Utopia Parkway, Queens, he rarely moved away

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