Yves Klein, 1928-1962 - selected writings

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Klein, Yves
Verlag: The Tate Gallery, (1974)
ISBN 10: 0900874732 ISBN 13: 9780900874734
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Buchbeschreibung The Tate Gallery, 1974. Buchzustand: Gut. Transl.: Barbara Wright.. 95 S.; Abbildungen; 8°; kart. Gutes Ex. - englisch. // INHALT : Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- Selected writings -- Chronology -- Catalogue. // Comparing him with the artists who dominated the art world in the 1950s; the Abstract Expressionists, Tachists and survivors of the School of Paris, the most obvious thing is that while all of them produced a series of complete paintings or sculpture which varied from one to another and evolved more or less rapidly in style in the attempt to express new thoughts or feelings, Klein produced a whole sequence of paintings which were without any internal relationships to be varied and were identical except in size and hue. Sometimes altogether identical in appearance, they were distinguished only by the fact that they were materially separate. His own account of this is given on pp.30 and 31 and, more obliquely, in his Male-vitch cartoon on p. 36. At the same time he may be said to have finally eliminated representation from painting by eschewing even the abstract painting of mental objects and to have launched an attack on the notion of the unique art work as a medium of expression. After this he applied the same, usually blue, paint to various objects, often sponges, attached to rods and panels. This may be seen as a way of fusing the two senses of painting: A paints (a picture of) B; A paints (puts paint on) B. In this way he raises the object to that special level of aesthetic attention, sensibility, and universality that he desired but at the same time it remained a real object, a metaphor but not an illusion. The 'Anthropometries', 'Fire Paintings' and 'Cosmogonies', although they have more of the air of traditional paintings, develop a similar theme. They represent the physical result of the collaboration of the artist with natural or human participants. Klein did not unilaterally determine the outcome; he produced the situation and even directed it and revelled in its theatrical possibilities but the work carried the direct imprint of the physical body of his collaborator. (Vorwort) ISBN 0900874732 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550. Artikel-Nr. 1058098

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Klein, Yves
Verlag: London. The Tate Gallery. (1974)
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Buchbeschreibung London. The Tate Gallery., 1974. Erste Auflage. 21 x 21 cm. 95 S. OKarton. Rücken leicht gebräunt, sonst gutes Exemplar. Text in Englisch / Text English. Durchgehend mit SW-Abbildungen versehen. Erschien anlässlich der Ausstellung: Tate Gallery, London, 20 March - 15 May, 1974. Artikel-Nr. 55308BB

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