Blue palace: Blenheim to celebrate colour visionary Yves Klein

Blue palace: Blenheim to celebrate colour visionary Yves Klein
 

There will be no naked women rolling in searingly blue paint at Blenheim Palace this summer, but the stupendously grand rooms will hold some of the most famous paintings by the French artist Yves Klein – the Anthropometry series created at live events for which he used volunteers as human paint brushes.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest More than half a century after his death in 1962, aged just 34, his trademark intense ultramarine blue – a pigment he saw as bridging the gap between the real world and the sublime through pure colour – is still officially known as International Klein Blue.
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25 April 2018 in Art & Culture, Views: 73
Source: Guardian
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