Two Exhibitions at Iris Clert Gallery, Paris Yves Klein’s Le Vide… SOCKS


Two Exhibitions at Iris Clert Gallery, Paris Yves Klein’s Le Vide (The Void, 1958) and Arman’s

The single-room gallery The Iris Clert Gallery (Galerie Iris Clert in French) was an art gallery named after its Greek owner and curator, Iris Clert. The single-room gallery was located on 3 rue des Beaux-Arts in Paris, France. It was open from 1955 to 1976 and during that time housed artworks from many successful and influential artists of the.


12 De galerías. El encantador 'je ne sais quoi' de Iris Clert Abre el Ojo

Ad Reinhardt at Galerie Iris Clert, 1963. At Ad Reinhardt's prodding, in late 1961 his Parisian dealer Iris Clert offered him a solo show in her gallery, but because of expenses and scheduling it did not become a reality until June 1963. 1 Reinhardt was elated about how great his painting looked as part of the Guggenheim survey exhibition.


Fotografías Iris Clert lors de l'exposition "Le Vide", Galerie Iris Clert Yves Klein

The first gestures of this kind took place in Europe and included Yves Klein's Galerie Iris Clert exhibition The Void, and Arman's counter gesture The Full, held in the same gallery in 1960, as well as Daniel Buren's sealing off of Milan's Galleria Apollinaire. The apotheosis happened in the US with Christo wrapping the entire Chicago.


Fotografías Vue de l'exposition "Le Vide", Galerie Iris Clert Yves Klein

Galerie Iris Clert, Paris, France "In order to attain this indefinable of Delacroix that is the essence of painting, I became a specialist of space, which is my ultimate way of treating color. It is no longer a question of seeing color, but rather of perceiving it.


Iris Clert Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia

Each of these spaces refers to one of nine historic 'empty' art exhibitions, including Yves Klein's legendary 'Void' held at the Galerie Iris Clert in 1958, Art & Language's 'The Air Conditioning Show', which first appeared as an article in Arts Magazine (1966-7), Bethan Huws' 'Haus Esters Piece' (1993) in the Mies van.


38 different issues of the Iris Time magazine Galerie Iris Clert in Paris, 19621975 French

The Iris Clert Gallery was an art gallery named after its Greek owner and curator, Iris Clert. The single-room gallery The Iris Clert Gallery was an art gallery named after its Greek owner and curator, Iris Clert. The single-room gallery was located on 3 rue des Beaux-Arts in Paris, France. It was open from 1955 to 1976 and during that time housed artworks from many successful and influential.


Galerie Iris Clert, 1971 Archiwum Eustachego Kossakowskiego Muzeum Sztuki Nowoczesnej w

The Galerie Iris Clert would become the venue for several of the most important and revolutionary exhibitions of the period, including Fontana's own. She showed his Nature , his large, rough, penetrated globe-like sculptures, as part of a two-gallery show at her new premises on the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in 1961 and his 'celestial eggs.


Two Exhibitions at Iris Clert Gallery, Paris Yves Klein’s Le Vide… SOCKS

Arman, Le Plein, Galerie Iris Clert, 1960. The invitations. Read more: Yves Klein, Récit du vernissage de l'exposition "Epoque pneumatique, la sensibilité picturale immatérielle à l'état matière première" à la Galerie Iris Clert, 28 avril 1958


Ressources Vernissage de l'exposition "Basreliefs dans une forêt d'éponges", Galerie Iris

Le Plein (Full-up) which took place at Galerie Iris Clert, was inspired by Yves Klein's exhibition Le Vide (The Void). Klein's conceptual exhibition was also staged the Clert gallery in 1957, and consisted of an empty gallery with an empty display case. Originally planned to be shown immediately after Klein's installation, it took Arman two.


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Robert Rauschenberg, "Ritratto di Iris Clert", 1960. Aerostatic sculpture in front of the Galerie Iris Clert during the exhibition "Propositions monochrime", Paris, 10-25 May 1957 ©Yves.


Ressources Vue de l'exposition "Basreliefs dans une forêt d'éponges", Galerie Iris Clert

Included in Galerie Iris Clert's groundbreaking Micro-Salon d'Avril in 1957 - the gallery's first major exhibition - Untitled Blue Monochrome (IKB 266) is an exquisite, diminutive example of the monochrome works that form the cornerstone of the artist's entire output. Executed in Klein's signature blue pigment IKB or.


Fotografías Vue de l'exposition "Basreliefs dans une forêt d'éponges", Galerie Iris Clert

Two years after Klein's minimalist show Le Vide, the French-American artist Arman, in response, held an exhibition at Galerie Iris Clert that he titled Le Plein (Full Up). Arman instead filled the entire gallery space with garbage. Correspondingly, the exhibition invitation was stuffed in a sardine can filled with trash and handed out as a multiple edition of 1500.


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Better known as Le Vide (The Void) it was just a white painted, empty room, except for a large cabinet. 'Nouveau réaliste' Yves Klein (1928-1962) presented it at the Iris Clert gallery in Paris from April 28 to May 15 1958. The opening night was in itself a memorable happening. The exterior window was painted in the famous IKB blue.


Portrait d'Iris Clert Collection Theodor Ahrenberg du Nouveau Réalisme à l’Art Transformable

Despite the relationship between Klein and Clert was officially over, the artist appreciated Arman's show and declared: "After my own emptiness comes Arman's fullness. The universal memory of art was lacking his conclusive mummification of quantification." Arman, Le Plein, Galerie Iris Clert, 1960. View of the exhibition.


Photographies Vue de l'exposition "Vitesse pure et stabilité monochrome", Galerie Iris Clert

Iris Clert (Greek: Ίρις Αθανασιάδη; Iris Athanasiadi; 1917 - 1986) was a Greek-born art gallery owner and curator. She owned the Iris Clert Gallery in Paris from 1955 to 1971. During its tenure, her gallery became an avant-garde hotspot in the international art scene, particularly to Yves Klein , Jean Tinguely and Arman .


Photographies Iris Clert à une course de cafards Yves Klein

Iris Clert : few names of gallery owners love as much as this one.For generations of art lovers, she remains the flamboyant icon of the post-war Parisian artistic effervescence. After a first book dedicated to Jean Fournier published in 2018, the Comité Professionnel des Galeries d'Art is proud to dedicate the second opus of the Art Gallery Collection to Iris Clert.