4 edition of Yves Klein found in the catalog.
by Journal of Contemporary Art
Written in English
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Yves Klein () was an agitator of ideas, a total artist who used his considerable charisma to propagate social change through art. In his writings and talks, Klein drew on a vast repertoire of philosophical, scientific, political and occult materials, synthesizing them into a declamatory propaganda for his own art. Yves Klein by Himself is a composite biography of one of the most. item 2 Yves Klein by Hannah Weitemeier (French) Hardcover Book Free Shipping! - Yves Klein by Hannah Weitemeier (French) Hardcover Book Free Shipping! $ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Nonfiction. See all.
Book by Yves Klein, ed. J & J. p. 19, 0 Copy quote I was trying to show colour, but I realized at the private view that the public were prisoners of a preconceived point of view and that, confronted with all these surfaces of different colours, they responded far more to the inter-relationship of the different propositions, they. Yves Klein was born in in Nice. In , he took out a patent on an intense brilliant ultramarine which he called International Klein Blue (IKB). Klein was a major figure in the French Nouveaux Realistes group and had a profound influence on numerous twentieth century art movements, in particular on Conceptual Art, Body Art, Happenings and.
In each book, the Italian author and illustrator combines inky black and white with a single pop of colour (blue for Yves Klein, egg-yolk yellow for Pollock), while his bug-eyed, zany artists recall the Minions from Despicable Me but with art history degrees and sharp suits. Hannah Weitemeier was a German art historian and writer. In the s she worked as a curator in West Berlin. Her special interest was the Düsseldorf-based group of artists, ZERO, whose art was influenced by the monochrome works of Yves Klein, Piero Manzoni, and Lucio : Taschen America, LLC.
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During his short life, he became one of the leaders of European Pop Art, which is known as " Nouveau Realisme ", and his work has had a lasting influence on both Minimal and. Yves Klein ( - ) was the most important French artist of the second half of Yves Klein book 20th century.
Born in Nice, he spent his formative years studying Judo in Japan for a time, before settling in Paris and beginning to exhibit his work there. Many of these early paintings were monochrome and in Author: Yves Klein.
October 12–Decem Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 11am–7pm Gagosian Shop, Paris As a tribute to Yves Klein to celebrate what would have been his ninetieth birthday, Gagosian Shop, Paris, presents Yves Klein: By the shop takeover will. Yves Klein Selected Writtings Originally published by The Tate Gallery, Translation by Barbara Wright Original ISBN 0 ubuclassicsFile Size: 3MB.
Newman, Barnett & Joseph Beuys & Cy Twombly & Yves Klein & Jasper Johns & Chuang Tzu & David Sylvester Published by Anthony d'Offay, - () ISBN ISBN Product Information. This book, produced in collaboration with the Yves Klein Archives, recounts the relationship between Yves Klein, one of the major artists of the postwar period, and the United States--a relationship of mutual fascination and reciprocal influence.
Klein was an innovator who embraced painting, sculpture, performance, photography, music, theater, film, architecture and theoretical writing. One of the last century's most influential artists, Yves Klein () took the European art scene by storm in a prolific career that lasted only from towhen he suffered a heart attack at /5.
Gagosian Shop, Paris, is pleased to present Yves Klein: By the Book, a tribute to the artist in what would have been his ninetieth year. A major figure of the French avant-garde movement Nouveau Réalisme, Yves Klein (–) continually sought to create more direct ways of experiencing reality.
Rare-book specialist Douglas Flamm and curator Michael Cary sit down to discuss the varied publishing projects and passions of Yves Klein. Yves Klein, Triptyque de Krefeld, (detail), gold leaf on cardboard, 12 ⅝ × 9 inches (32 x 23 cm). A New Book Brings Yves Klein’s Parisian Apartment to Life ‘Yves Klein: In/Out Studio’ captures the apartment, preserved by Klein’s widow for over five decades, where the French artist.
As a tribute to Yves Klein to celebrate what would have been his ninetieth birthday, Gagosian Shop, Paris, presents Yves Klein: By the Book.
The shop takeover will include rare books and ephemera. In various ways these printed works, such as "Dimanche 27 novembre - Le journal d’un seul jour" () and "Les Fondements du Judo" ( Easily passing as one of the most innovative artists emerging from the neo avant-garde period, Yves Klein was a French mastermind who wrote out some very interesting and exciting pages of modern art history.
Although he did not want to have anything to do with art in his student years, instead seeking out advancements in other fields such as Eastern spirituality and judo, Klein eventually did Nationality: France. Yves Klein was born on Apin Nice, France, to an artistic family; his mother, Marie Raymond, was a leading figure in the Art Informel movement, while his father, Fred Klein, painted figures and landscapes characteristic of the gh Klein grew up in a creative household, he received no formal artistic ality: French.
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Denounced as a charlatan and feted as a mystic, Klein scandalized the art world with his enthusiastic embrace of the highs and lows of post-war mass culture and his exploitation of controversial publicity tactics. One of the last century's most influential artists, Yves Klein (–) took the European art scene by storm in a prolific career that lasted only from towhen he suffered a heart attack at the age of Klein was an innovator who embraced painting, sculpture, performance, photography, music, theater, film, architecture and theoretical writing.
Self-identified as “the."Yves Klein () was a truly visionary artist. The spectacular works and actions of the French artist and judo master attracted worldwide attention, which was further magnified by his untimely death.
The book includes an interview with Rotraut Klein-Moquay, who talks about her trip to the United States with Yves Klein inas well as the artist's comments on his own work. It also includes a hitherto unpublished essay by the American critic Robert Pincus-Witten, who met the protagonists of this story when he worked for dealer Leo : Yves Klein.