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Yves Klein Japon

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Yves Klein Japon – Next toYves Klein USA and Yves Klein Germany, this book, prepared in collaboration with the Yves Klein Archives, retraces this founding journey through more than 150 archival documents, many of which are unpublished – photographs, correspondence and reproductions of works – illuminated by the texts of Terhi Génévrier-Tausti and Denys Riout.

Before becoming Yves le Monochrome, Yves Klein, the man of the blue who has become a myth today, was passionate about judo. This is what pushed him in 1952 to go to Japan, where he obtained his 4th dan black belt. A few months after his return to France, at the end of 1954, Yves Klein published almost simultaneously Les Fondements du judo and Yves Peintures, considered his first artistic gesture. This long stay in Japan, nourished by encounters and discoveries, certainly left its mark on Yves Klein, who often alluded to it, and continues to fuel the questions of all those interested in his work. Would this one draw its source from it?

  • date of publication : 2020
  • language : FR
  • pages : 240
  • format : 27 x 17 x 3
  • binding : Paperback, hardcover
  • ISBN : 9782373720853
  • publishers : Dilecta
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