Armando (1929-2018) is one of Europe’s most important post-war artists. For decades, Armando worked on his highly personal and versatile visual and literary oeuvre. With his expressive signature style he created paintings with thick impasto and sculptures built up with great force. The uneasy coming together of beauty and evil, melancholy, power and incapacity are recurring themes in Armando’s oeuvre. Voorlinden shows a large overview of works from the early Zero period up to and including his most recent paintings.