022Neo Dada

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Published on October 3, 2007

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Neo-Dada, 1950s-60s:  Neo-Dada, 1950s-60s Robert Rauschenberg (1925-), USA Jasper Johns (1930-), USA Yves Klein (1928-1962), France Robert Rauschenberg (1925, Port Arthur, Texas) :  Robert Rauschenberg (1925, Port Arthur, Texas) Slide3:  White Painting, 1951 Rauschenberg, 1951 Malevich, 1918:  Rauschenberg, 1951 Malevich, 1918 Slide5:  Crucifixion and Reflection, 1950-1951 Rauschenberg, 1950-51 Malevich, 1918:  Rauschenberg, 1950-51 Malevich, 1918 Slide7:  Automobile tire print, 1953 Slide8:  Untitled (Red Painting), ca. 1953. Oil, fabric, and newspaper on canvas, with wood, 79 x 33 1/8 inches. Slide10:  Black Painting, 1951-1952 Slide11:  Collection, 1954 Slide13:  Rebus, 1955, oil and collaged paper on canvas, 96 x 131 in. Slide14:  Bed, 1955, Combine painting Slide16:  Monogram, 1955-1959 Slide18:  Tracer, 1963, Oil and silkscreen ink on canvas, 84 x 60 in. (213.4 x 152.4 cm) Rubens, Venus at a Mirror, c. 1615:  Rubens, Venus at a Mirror, c. 1615 Slide20:  Estate, 1963 Slide21:  Harbor, 1964, Oil and silkscreen ink on canvas, 84 x 60 in. (213.4 x 152.4 cm) Slide22:  Retroactive I, 1964 Slide23:  Skyway, 1964 Slide24:  Yves Klein 1928-1962 Slide25:  Void Performance (The Void), 1958 The Iris Clert Galerie, Paris Iris Clert invites you to honor, with all your affective presence, the lucid and positive advent of a certain reign of the sensitive. This manifestation of perceptive synthesis confirms Yves Klein's pictorial quest for an ecstatic and immediately communicable emotion. The object of this endeavor: to create, establish, and present to the public a palpable pictorial state in the limits of a picture gallery. In other words, creation of an ambience, a genuine pictorial climate, and, therefore, an invisible one. This invisible pictorial state within the gallery space should be so present and endowed with autonomous life that it should literally be what has hitherto been regarded as the best overall definition of painting: radiance. Slide27:  Leap into the Void Slide28:  International Klein Blue (IKB), IKB 79, 1959, Paint on canvas on wood Slide29:  Trilogy of the monochrome, 1960 Slide30:  Victory of Samothrace, 1962 Slide32:  The Monotone Symphony, March 9, 1960, Galerie International d' Art Contemporain in Paris Mr. Klein in a black dinner jacket proceeded to conduct a ten piece orchestra seated on one side of the gallery. The orchestra was to play Mr. Kleins' personal composition of The Monotone Symphony first written by him in 1949. This symphony consisted of one note. As the music played three female models entered the room. They were all very beautiful and totally naked. The models were conducted as if instruments by Mr. Klein. Everything had been planed and composed to go perfectly. The music played for twenty minutes as the models painted each other from the buckets of IKB Blue paint - gently pressing each other against the paper that had been placed on one wall of the gallery. Mr. Klein wearing white gloves, never touched the paint - or the models. When the symphony stopped, it was followed by a strict twenty minutes of silence - a time in which everyone in the room willingly froze themselves in their own private meditational space. At the end of the performance everyone in the audience was fully aware they had been in the presence of a genius at work. Mr. Klein had triumphed!   The performance had unquestionable poetic beauty, and Mr. Kleins' last words that night were the myth is in art.  The Monotone Symphony, March 9, 1960, Galerie International d' Art Contemporain in Paris  :  The Monotone Symphony, March 9, 1960, Galerie International d' Art Contemporain in Paris  Anthropometry (ANT 100), 1960 :  Anthropometry (ANT 100), 1960 Ant 7:  Ant 7 Slide37:  Hiroshima.1961 Slide39:  1961 Slide40:  Fire Painting, 1961, Charred paper on board "Zones of Immaterial Pictorial Sensibility“, 1962 :  "Zones of Immaterial Pictorial Sensibility“, 1962

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