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Aram Avakian

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Aram Avakian

Aram Avakian was an American artist who was born in 1921 in Waterbury, Connecticut and died in 2005 in New York City. He studied painting, sculpting, photography and film-making at the New School in New York City, which was founded in 1919 by progressive educators, philosophers, economists and writers. His works often combined painting, photography, and film and were deeply influenced by the works of painters such as Willem de Kooning and Franz Kline. He was also a part of the New American Cinema and is known for directing the movie End of the Road in 1969. He also won an Academy Award in 1970 for his film editing of the movie Z. Other notable works of his include The Immortal Story, which was released in 1968, and The Man Who Followed His Dreams, which was released in 2006.

Aram Avakian, American artist, painter, sculptor, photographer, film-making, director, Academy Award winner, End of the Road, The Immortal Story, The Man Who Followed His Dreams

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