‘Yves Klein and the Tangible World’ to Open at Lévy Gorvy Dayan

 

 

 

Yves Klein in front of his Anthropometris (ANT 50, ANT 54), 1961. Photograph © René Burr i- Magnum. © The Estate of Yves Klein c/o Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Parisand courtesy of Lévy Gorvy Dayan.

On April 11, 2024, Lévy Gorvy Dayan will open Yves Klein and the Tangible World, an exhibition devoted to the engagement of the body in the visionary French artist’s oeuvre. Curated in collaboration with the Yves Klein Foundation, the presentation brings together nearly 30 examples of Yves Klein’s Anthropométries (1960–62) and Peintures de feu (Fire Paintings, 1960–62), as well as Sculpture tactile(Tactile Sculpture, conceived c. 1957) in the first focused juxtaposition of these works.

Take note that on the occasion of the exhibition, Lévy Gorvy Dayan will present a performance of Klein’s Monotone-Silence Symphony at S. James’ Church, New York, on Wednesday, May 1st, at 6:30pm.

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