Yves Klein

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Yves Klein
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A large retrospective was held at Krefeld, Germany, January 1961, followed by an unsuccessful opening at Leo Castelli's Gallery, New York, in which Klein failed to sell a single painting. He stayed with Rotraut at the Chelsea Hotel for the duration of the exhibition; and, while there, he wrote the "Chelsea Hotel Manifesto", a proclamation of the "multiplicity of new possibilities." In part, the manifesto declared:At present, I am particularly excited by "bad taste." I have the deep feeling that there exists in the very essence of bad taste a power capable of creating those things situated far beyond what is traditionally termed "The Work of Art." I wish to play with human feeling, with its "morbidity" in a cold and ferocious manner. Only very recently I have become a sort of gravedigger of art (oddly enough, I am using the very terms of my enemies). Some of my latest works have been coffins and tombs. During the same time I succeeded in painting with fire, using particularly powerful and searing gas flames, some of them measuring three to four meters high. I use these to bathe the surface of the painting in such a way that it registered the spontaneous trace of fire.WEB, Yves Klein Archives, Chelsea Hotel Manifesto,weblink 1961, April 26, 2013, dead,weblink" title="">weblink 15 January 2013, dmy-all, He moved on to exhibit at the Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles, and traveled extensively in the Western U.S., visiting Death Valley in the Mojave Desert. In 1962, he married Rotraut Uecker, sister of German artist Günther Uecker.He suffered a heart attack while watching the film Mondo cane (in which he is featured) at the Cannes Film Festival on 11 May 1962. Two more heart attacks followed, the second of which killed him on 6 June 1962. His son, {{ill|Yves Amu Klein|fr}}, was born on 6 August in Nice.BOOK, Yves Klein: Le maître du bleu, Annette, Kahn, :fr:Annette Kahn, Stock (publishing house), Éditions Stock, Paris, 2000, 2-234-05218-1, 21884551M, 00359365, Yves Amu studied architecture, design, cybernetics theory of systems, and Fine Arts sculpture. He went on to create robotized sculptures.WEB,weblink Living Sculpture, Living Sculpture, 2012-07-04,weblink" title="">weblink 10 March 2012, dead, dmy-all, Rotraut Klein married the photographer and designer Daniel Moquay, and has homes in Paris; Phoenix, Arizona; and Sydney, Australia.


Unaware of the importance of the Nouveau Réalisme movement until the 1990s, New York critics of Klein's time tried to classify him as neo-Dada{{citation needed|date=August 2012}}, and other critics, such as Thomas McEvilley in an essay submitted to Artforum in 1982, classified Klein as an early, though enigmatic, postmodernist.McEvilley, T. "Yves Klein: Messenger of the Age of Space." Artforum 20, no. 5. January 1982. pp. 38–51.A sort of parody of Klein's Anthropometry performance is featured in the film Wise Guys (original title: Les Godelureaux) directed by Claude Chabrol released in 1961.The Yves Klein archive is housed in Phoenix, Arizona, where his widow Rotraut Klein-Moquay has a home."Painting the Blues; As a major new exhibition highlights the brief, colourful career of artist Yves Klein, his widow Rotraut talks exclusively to Laurence Marks" (29 Jan 1995) The Guardian p. 2

Art market

Alongside works by Andy Warhol and Willem de Kooning, Klein's painting RE 46 (1960) was among the top-five sellers at Christie's Post-War and Contemporary Art sale in May 2006. His monochromatic blue sponge painting sold for $4,720,000. Previously, his painting RE I (1958) had sold for $6,716,000 at Christie's New York in November 2000.WEB, Warhols, Judds Drive $143M Sale at Christie's, Judd, Tully, Artinfo, 9 May 2006,weblink 23 April 2008, In 2008, MG 9 (1962), a monochromatic gold painting, sold for $21,000,000 at Christie's."The Great Contemporary Art Bubble", BBC4, 18 May 2009 FC1 (Fire Color 1) (1962), a nearly 10-foot long panel created with a blowtorch, water and two models, sold for $36.4 million at Christie's in 2012.Carol Vogel (8 May 2012), "Record Sales for a Rothko and Other Art at Christie’s", The New York TimesIn 2013, Klein’s Sculpture Éponge Bleue Sans Titre, SE 168, a 1959 sculpture made with natural sea sponges drenched in blue pigment fetched $22 million, the highest price paid for a sculpture by the artist.Katya Kazakina and Philip Boroff (15 May 2013), "Barnett Newman Leads Sotheby’s NYC $294 Million Auction", Bloomberg.The estate of Yves Klein has been represented by Galerie Gmurzynska for the past three decades.{{citation needed|date = August 2019}}



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