Artwork page for 'IKB 79', Yves Klein, 1959 on display at Tate Modern. In 1947, Klein began making monochrome paintings, which he associated with freedom from ideas of representation or personal expression. A decade later, he developed his trademark, patented colour, International Klein Blue (IKB). This colour, he believed, had a quality close to pure space, and he associated it with. Yves Klein's Signature Blue Paint Is Now for Sale, So It's Easier Than Ever to Recreate a Priceless Artwork By Clayton Schuster • 03/16/19 9:00am Visitors look at the artwork Monochrome Blue.
Klein's quest for this radical and transcendental mode of painting began in 1947 when, sitting on a rocky beach in Nice beside his friends Arman (Armand Pierre Fernandez) and Claude Pascal, he suddenly declared: 'the blue sky is my first artwork' (Y. Klein quoted in K. Brougher, 'Involuntary Painting', Yves Klein: With the Void, Full Powers, exh. cat., Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. International Klein Blue (IKB) was developed by Yves Klein in collaboration with Edouard Adam, a Parisian art paint supplier whose shop is still in business on the Boulevard Edgar-Quinet in Montparnasse. IKB uses a matte, synthetic resin binder which suspends the color and allows the pigment to maintain as much of its original qualities and intensity of color as possible Yves Klein used naked women as 'human paintbrushes' to make his Anthropometry paintings, which were produced as elaborate performances in front of an audience. Klein, in bow-tie and suit, would conduct the women as they covered themselves in paint (a colour he patented as 'International Klein Blue') and made imprints of their bodies
Yves Klein, född 28 april 1928 i Nice, död 6 juni 1962 i Paris, var en fransk målare, skulptör och performanceartist.. Biografi. Trots sin korta konstkarriär (1954-1962) anses Klein som en av förgrundsgestalterna för efterkrigstidens avantgardism.Han blev känd för sina stora, monokroma målningar med sin egenutvecklade blåa färg International Klein Blue (IKB)
Yves Klein is best known for his trademark ultramarine pigment, which he patented as International Klein Blue in 1961. Blueis beyond dimensions, whereas the other colors are not, he said. All colors arouse specific ideas, while blue suggests at most the sea and the sky; and they, after all, are in actual, visible nature what is most abstract In Klein's case, medium was crucial to message, and his medium is ultramarine blue both like and unlike the colour that resonated through medieval and Renaissance art, she writes in Chromaphilia. Ultramarine pigment was 'incandescent' to Klein, but the raw pigment needs a binder to become paint, and when the powder is mixed with oils it darkens and dulls Yves Klein paintings are still perceived as revolutionary in the history of the post-war European art. His famous monochrome paintings, in particular, have been praised for the use of one single, primary color alone: blue.This particular nuance was patented by Yves Klein himself and it became famous as the International Klein Blue (IKB).Klein began painting monochrome paintings early in a. D ense in its conceptual framework and mesmerising in its elegiac beauty, Untitled Anthropometry (ANT 132) represents a distillation of the central tenets of Yves Klein's visionary oeuvre and exemplifies the beauty of his Anthropometries.Amongst this extraordinary series, the present work is exceptional, considered rare not only for its grand-scale, but also for its inclusion of two full. Klein also blurred the boundaries between painting and sculpture by impregnating a range of objects, Perhaps it could be in International Klein Blue. • Alberto Giacometti | Yves Klein:.
Shop Art.com for the best selection of Yves Klein wall art online! Low price guarantee, fast shipping & free returns, and custom framing options on all prints Yves KLEIN (1928-1962) (France) is an artist born in 1928 The oldest auction result ever registered on the website for an artwork by this artist is a painting sold in 1983, at Couturier-De Nicolaÿ, and the most recent auction result is a furniture sold in 2020. Artprice.com's price levels for this artist are based on 1,917 auction results Description: Yves Klein (1928-1962) Album de la conférence à la Sorbonne - 1959 Pocket printed in blue IKB exemplary numbered 277/500 in pencil Editions RPM Paris Dimensions closed : 31,5×31,3cm Dimensions open : 31,5×62,5cm Literature : Pierre Restany, Yves Klein, N°244 Yves Klein (1928-1962) Album de la conférence à la Sorbonne - 1959 Pochette imprimée de couleur bleu IKB comprenant. International Klein Blue (IKB), ibland bara kallad kleinblå, är en intensiv ultramarin färg som först blandades av den franske konstnären Yves Klein, som också patenterade färgen. IKB 191, en av de många monokroma målningar Klein skapade med färgen International Klein Blue
In 1947 Klein and two of his friends decided to play a game in which they divided up the world between them. One young man decided to take the animal kingdom, and one the province of the plants. Klein opted for the mineral realm, gazing up to the sky and proclaiming, the blue sky is my first artwork Yves Klein paintings on display as part of Blue Revolution exhibition at the Mumok Museum in Vienna in 2007 (Samuel Kubani/AFP/Getty Images French artist Yves Klein's 1950s series of vivid blue paintings could be the most memorable. Painted in a powdery ultramarine--which Klein patented as International Klein Blue--these canvases seem to hover against the wall. Part of this is the intensity of the blue but it's also due to Klein's subtle manipulations of his canvases Yves Klein used naked women as 'human paintbrushes' to make his 'Anthropometry' paintings, which were produced as elaborate performances in front of an audie..
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Michael Werner Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of 'fire'paintings by Yves Klein. (1928-1962) Drawn to the blue expanses of sea and sky of the Mediterranean coast near his place of birth, Nice, the colors blue and gold, immateriality, and nature's elements were materials and motifs that Klein drew upon consistently throughout his life Elena Palumbo-Mosca talks about why she was happy to cover her body in paint to create artworks for the French artist Yves Klein in 1960 Yves Klein was a French Conceptual artist with a wide-ranging and highly influential practice. View Yves Klein's 2,065 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available sculpture, paintings, and design for sale and learn about the artist Venus Bleue (Blue Venus) Here, Klein applies his signature International Klein Blue to a plaster cast of the famous Venus de Milo sculpture, pushing the monochrome into the three-dimensional field and establishing a relationship between the infinite cosmos and the human form. By appropriating the famous Greek sculpture and painting it IKB, Klein gives the dated masterpiece a kind of kitsch. Saatchi Art is pleased to offer the painting, Hommage à Yves Klein - Blue Gold II, by Blue Moon - Heike Schmidt, sold and originally listed for $630 USD. Original Painting: Acrylic on Canvas. Size is 11.8 H x 15.7 W x 1.8 in
Finden Sie Kunstwerke und Informationen zu Yves Klein (französisch, 1928-1962) auf artnet. Erfahren Sie mehr zu Kunstwerken in Galerien, Auktionslosen, Kunstmessen, Events, Biografiedetails, News und vieles mehr von Yves Klein Yves Klein, at his very bluest As a painting that scandalised Paris comes up for sale, Arifa Akbar speaks to the gallerist who made it happen Monday 8 March 2010 01:0 IKB 191, monochromatic painting by Yves Klein.Source. Klein's interest in single-color painting later intensified, when from 1957, he began exhibiting canvases with the same identical blue color. Yves Klein painting one of his Planetary Reliefs, 1961. Photo: Gilles Raysse, Courtesy the Yves Klein Archives, Paris ©Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris. As the script describes, the action would take place in a large studio decorated with a few blue paintings on the wall The Yves Klein retrospective at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden captures the extravagance of this charismatic French artist. Painting Thin Air, Sometimes in Bright Blue
Yves Klein painting the blue night sky! God the father almighty, it is with faith that I ask you, in the name of Christ your son, Jesus of Nazareth, to grant me the presence of the Holy Ghost in the gallery during my exhibition. Create for me an exceptional atmosphere, let an inexpressible sound Info. During his brief life, the French artist Yves Klein made close to two hundred monochrome blue paintings. He considered this color, patented in France in 1960, to be similar to pure space, and felt it could be quite mystical in its effect on the viewer Blue, with its associations with sky and sea, was for Klein beyond dimensions; by producing paintings in this colour and nothing else from 1957, he hoped to instil a sense of the infinite Cuando Yves Klein (1928 - 1962) patentó el azul con que pintó los atardeceres de su Niza natal, no imaginó que inundaría los escaparates de esta temporada veraniega.El azul klein o International Klein blue (IKB) fue creado por el artista francés impulsor del neo-dadaísmo, quien a partir de 1958 utilizó dicho color como eje central de todas y cada una de sus obras de arte.
Mar 24, 2014 - Yves Klein, Untitled Fire Painting, 1961 Art Experience NYC www.artexperiencenyc.co . Klein nació en Niza. Sus padres, Fred Klein y Marie Raymond, también fueron pintores Beside painting (blue, gold and fire monochromes) he organized for instance anthropomorphic events, in his days regarded as scandalous performances, when with the accompaniment of a chamber orchestra he printed on canvases nude female bodies painted with blue pigment. In addition to this, Klein became perhaps even more notorious by the use of a. Apr 14, 2013 - Explore fionawilkinson's board Yves Klein, followed by 814 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Yves klein, Klein, Yves klein blue
What we talk about when we talk about Yves Klein Blue, the shocking hue of ultramarine created by Yves Klein. By Sasha Frere-Jones on June 25, 2015 In her collection Bluets, the poet and art critic Maggie Nelson writes about visiting London and seeing Propositions Monochromes, a collection of objects and canvases painted by Yves Klein in 1957 Yves Klein's Romanticism. The 1956 performance of the costumed Georges Mathieu (1921-2012) making action paintings before an audience at the Sarah Bernhardt Theatre in Paris had a catalyzing effect for French artists, just as the first happenings by Allan Kaprow (1927-2006) did for artists in New York at the end of the fifties Yves Klein Blue Print. 19 likes. Artist Joseph Wagner has recreated the famous blue used by Yves Klein. His paintings can be used as an aid to authentic contemplative practice 'Nouveau réaliste' Yves Klein (1928-1962) presented it at the Iris Clert gallery in Paris from April 28 to May 15 1958. The opening night was in itself a memorable happening. The exterior window was painted in the famous IKB blue (International Klein Blue, an ultramarine color created by Klein) and the entrance lobby was framed with an enormous blue theatre curtain Title: Leap into the Void Artist: Artistic action by Yves Klein (French, Nice 1928-1962 Paris) Maker: Photographed by Harry Shunk (German, Reudnitz 1924-2006 New York (?)) Maker: Photographed by János (Jean) Kender (Hungarian, Pécs 1937-2009) Date: 1960 Medium: Gelatin silver print Dimensions: Image: 25.9 x 20 cm (10 3/16 x 7 7/8 in.) Frame: 43.2 x 35.6 cm (17 x 14 in.
Prices at auctions for Painting artworks by Yves KLEIN: lots for artist Yves KLEIN sold at auctions. The artist's market and biography, and their works' prices and indices Yves Klein at Blenheim Palace featured a large-scale blue pigment installation and a number of Klein's Monochrome Paintings, the dazzling uninterrupted colour punctuating and transforming the visitor's experience of the opulent baroque surroundings of The Great Hall and principal rooms . He was a leading member of Nouveau Realisme , an art movement inspired by Dada , which he co-founded in 1960 with the art critic Pierre Restany (1930-2003) Dec 30, 2013 - This Pin was discovered by Lena Ståhl. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinteres
Introduction. Yves Klein's artwork is among the most radical of the twentieth century. According to Karmel, Klein presented an artwork that has remained in the minds of most formal analysts for quite a while, owing to its immense stylistic and figurative features that depict him as a feminist artist. 1 The shock of blue in a Klein painting is primal, instinctive — you look at it and it sucks you in and swallows you up. It's sort of like jumping into the depths of a swimming pool. But it wasn't any old blue that Yves Klein used; his was so distinct that he created his own version. He patented it IKB — International Klein Blue
(dpa) - A visitor photographs the painting 'blue cosmogony' by Yves Klein at the Schirn art hall in Frankfurt, Germany, 16 September 2004. The exhibition featuring works by the famous French artist lasts from 17 September 2004 until 9 January 2005 To Klein, the audience was permeated with a sensibility from the paintings, just like the sponges were saturated with colour. As for his patented International Klein Blue, with some help Klein found a way to bind pigment directly to the surface without diluting the hue with medium.The resulting surface furthermore echoed Klein's fascination with unlimited space It caused us to revisit Yves Klein Blue, the shade invented—and made famous—by the French artist. According to MoMA (in writing about one of his monochrome blue paintings): Klein enlisted a chemist to develop the shade, made of pure ultramarine pigment suspended in a binding medium Yves Klein: Untitled blue monochrome Tate Liverpool has opened the UK's first solo museum show in 20 years dedicated to French artist Yves Klein. One of the most influential figures in post-war art, Klein is best known for registering a trademark on a particular shade of ultramarine blue, self-penned as International Klein Blue
Yves Klein, born in 1928 in Nice, had as first vocation to be a judoka. In 1954, he turned definitively to art and began his Monochrome Adventure. He invented ultramarine blue, to which he gave his name IKB (International Klein Blue), on 19 May 1960 In 1957, Yves Klein painted a globe his deep electric blue, and with this gesture it became a world without divisions between countries, between land and water, as though the earth itself had become sky, as though looking down was looking up. In 1961, he began painting relief maps this same trademark blue, so that the topograph Jun 14, 2013 - Explore LoveTravel Places & ART's board Yves Klein, followed by 220 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Yves klein, Yves klein blue, Klein Blazing a unique trail through the art firmament, Yves Klein was a paradox: perfectionist, prankster and high priest. Whether he was painting a canvas a monochrome blue, throwing gold leaf into the Seine or watching while naked models pressed their colour-soaked bodies against a picture surface, he walked a delicate line between innovation and provocation. [
From 25th June, La Laiterie of the Domaine des Etangs plunges you at the heart of the work of Yves Klein. Curated by Daniel Moquay and Phillipe Siauve, the exhibition Yves Klein, Elements and Colours invites you to discover this timeless artist. Beyond his world-renowned IKB Blue, Klein has produced a body of work that [ He believed that 'painting is COLOUR' and he sought to individualise, free, and magnify colour in its purest form. With Yves Klein, colour took on a spiritual and metaphysical dimension. This ten-minute long work will immerse visitors in the plurality of the artist's works, going beyond his famous International Klein Blue (IKB) Mention the name Yves Klein to any interiors obsessive and their next word will almost certainly be 'blue'. Klein's work spanned many mediums - from painting and sculpture to film, architecture and even judo - but almost 200 of the influential Nice-born artist's paintings have the same thing in common: they are monochromes showcasing his trademarked invention, International Klein. Werdegang. Yves Klein wuchs als Sohn des Künstlerehepaares Marie Raymond und Fred Klein teilweise in Paris und in Nizza auf, wo er von 1944 bis 1946 die École Nationale des Langues Orientales besuchte. 1946, mit 18 Jahren, schuf er sein erstes unendliches und immaterielles Gemälde am Strand von Nizza liegend, indem er den blauen mediterranen Himmel signierte und zu seinem ersten und. Fire-Color Painting FC-1 - two ethereal female figures dancing amongst the blue, red and gold background - is considered to be Klein's ultimate masterpiece and one of the last he produced before dying at the age of 34
Visual Portal for Recollect Vintage. Visages, Visions, and Landscapes. Article by Kevin Lee Yi. Art Bleu Sculpture Art Sculptures Modern Art Contemporary Art Yves Klein Blue Blue Pigment Non Plus Ultra Anish Kapoo Klein experimented with various methods of painting, from the use of rollers and sponges to driving around with a canvas on his car roof to collect recordings or the rain. One of his most unusual techniques was the use of 'human paintbrushes'; the artist asked nude female models to cover themselves in blue paint and print their bodies onto the canvas to make images Shop AllPosters.com to find great deals on Yves Klein Posters for sale! We offer a huge selection of posters & prints online, with big discounts, fast shipping, and custom framing options you'll love A perfect blue. Yves Klein (1928-1962), Blue Monochrome, 1961, The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection. Monochrome painting was defined by Yves Klein as an open window to freedom as the possibility of being immersed in the immeasurable existence of color This is Anthropometries of The Blue Period and Fire Paintings / Yves Klein by issole on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who lov
Plaque Yves Klein, 14 rue Campagne-Première, Paris 14.jpg 2,185 × 1,485; 1.38 MB Riflessi - Ercole e Lica nell'International Klein blu.jpg 4,592 × 3,056; 4.88 MB Untitled blue monochrome.png 450 × 576; 2 K Yves Klein was driven by a quest for the immaterial and totally disrupted the relationship between painting and the body, space and colour. A particularly intense ultramarine blue, which Klein named IKB (International Klein Blue) became a hallmark of his work In 1960, Klein began a series of paintings called the Anthropometries, by using nude female models as paint brushes. Covering their bodies with IKB, Klein would then have the models press there bodies against a painting surface, which of course would leave a blue impression of the female form
The paintings seen in these photographs, by Rene Burri, were created in Klein's studio, in Paris' 14th arrondissement, one afternoon in 1961 - only a year before the artist's death.They show Klein's pioneering practice of 'body art' - which usually took place in front of a live audience This painting by the French artist Yves Klein (1928-1962) is one of the series he did use living paintbrushes. He covered nude women models with his signature blue paint (International Klein Blue, IKB) and then in a piece of performance art in front of an audience painted with them on large sheets of paper by directing them verbally Yves Klein Blue Land Art Body Painting Painting & Drawing Art Bleu Modern Art Contemporary Art Neo Dada Inspiration Art More information People also love these idea Feminism and Yves Klein's Anthropométries. By. Filed t
Klein didn't just work with blue—he invented a shade of it. In the 1940s , he began painting monochromes with ultramarine, a brilliant blue pigment, but grew dissatisfied with the color's. Yves Klein's Legacy The Color Of Blue [Infographic] French painter Yves Klein, the founder of the Nouveau Réalisme movement, created a name for himself in the 1950s with his use of a proprietary shade of vivid blue. Known as International Klein Blue, Klein created a pigment-based shade to use in his monochrome paintings and sculptures
T he day before Yves Klein married Rotraut Uecker, he bought a small crown from an antique shop, took it home, painted it blue and it gave it to his soon-to-be wife to wear on their wedding day. 'He was the King of Blue and I was his Queen,' she later said in an interview. The story goes that Klein was first seduced by the colour when he saw the cerulean skies above the Mediterranean in. In 1957, while showing paintings at Iris Clert's, Klein simultaneously held an exhibition entitled Pigment Pur at Colette Allendy's gallery. The latter featured a Fire Painting that the artist created in the gallery courtyard, folding screens covered in ultramarine blue, and an installation of pigments done directly on the floor whose title also served as the name of the show 28-apr-2014 - 29 Original Artworks curated by Katherine Henning, Yves Klein Blue. Original Art Collection created on 4/3/2014 Yves Klein Blue International Klein Blue Monochrome Painting Centre Pompidou Paris Fire Painting Art Moderne Environmental Art Pop Art The Best Yves Klein - Anthropométrie bleue sans titre (ANT 84), (1960) by TropicalPunch in museu Art World International Klein Blue Hits the Runway at Paris Fashion Week. The Céline spring 2017 collection featured more than a few pops of Yves Klein's trademark blue
Blue was everything. Which is why I relate so much to Yves Klein's quote about blue above. Yves Klein abandoned the use of other colours after show a series of monochrome paintings in various colours and realizing that people wanted to decorate with them. He was absolutely horrified and the solution was - go blue or go home May all that emerges from me be beautiful, Yves Klein prayed, with what seems like utter sincerity, in the handwritten text of a reliquary-like work, enshrining blue and pink pigment and. That blue. Yves Klein, the artist who owned ultramarine. Main SR only Anker Yves Klein. US$ 15. Edition: English Availability: In Stock Add to Cart. Share share email share facebook share twitter. View all images (7) In a nutshell In a nutshell Read more Read more. Yves Klein was born in 1928 and was one of the foremost figures in the Nouveau réalisme art movement. Today he is best remembered for his Klein-blue objects. In his far too short life, he was also a pioneer in performance art, the most subversive direction in art after cubism Yves Klein, Grand Monopink (Large Monopink) , 1960 Pure pigment and synthetic resin, Yves Klein, Selected Paintings & Essay. Posted on December 13, RE 21, Bleu, 1960 Sponge, stones and blue pigment on board 78 x 65 inches (198.1 x 165.1 cm) (photo courtesy of:.
One of the most magnetic among them, Yves Klein (1928-1962), is at the centre of an exceptional show currently being staged by the Centre Pompidou Metz. Deep blue. Yves Klein. It spotlights much more than his famous deep blue paintings,. Yves Klein (28 April 1928 - 6 June 1962) was a French artist and is considered an important figure in post-war European art.He made a lot of monochrome paintings, mostly in his famous blue, and in gold colour. He had a lot of influence on Manzoni, the Zero-artists and Joseph Beuys