Yves Klein, the exhibition at the Atelier des Lumières - Closed

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Published by Cécile D. · Photos by My B. · Published on 11 December 2020 at 14h26
The Atelier des Lumières looks at life through blue-tinted glasses with the “Yves Klein, Infinite Blue” exhibition. From December 15, 2020 to January 17, 2021 don’t give any second thoughts and go and enjoy this incredible visual and sound universe. The exhibition is closed until further notice.

The Atelier des Lumières presents Yves Klein, Infinite Blue, an immersive exhibition designed like a biography, and running since February 2020.

The tour returns on the artistic life of the designer and makes us rediscover his work to the sound of Mozart and Thylacine90 works60 pictures from archives, this is what to expect at the Atelier des Lumières until January 17, 2021. The exhibition is closed until further notice.

Visitors that purchased a ticket for the period from October 30 to January 6, 2021 will be automatically refunded. No action on your part is necessary.

Yves Klein, the man who wanted to “make of (his) life a work of art” is exhibited in all colors and shapes. Especially designed for this exceptional exhibition area, the tour reveals the diversity of the technics and subjects approached by the artist.

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This exhibition is also a tribute to the Mediterranean. One of the artist’s first love, the origin of his inspiration and work, we find the Mediterranean in the color, the movements and the energy conveyed in Yves Klein’s designs. This strength, we find it in the soundtrack accompanying our travel, and giving all the dept to the works presented. On the menu: Mozart, Vivaldi, as well as electro with Thylacine and post-rock with band A liver Mount Zion.

Yves Klein is famous for his love for the blue color. His signature is the IKB or International Klein Blue, a very recognizable navy blue.

Yves Klein, Infinite Blue is presented at the same time as the Monet, Renoir, Chagall… Journeys around the Mediterranean exhibition. An experience you don’t want to miss, a total immersion into the greatest paintings inspired by the Mediterranean. All you need to want to dive into the sea or enjoy some holidays in Marseilles rocky inlets.

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38 Rue Saint-Maur
75011 Paris 11


- de 25 ans: €10
tarif réduit: €12
tarif plein: €15

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L'Atelier des Lumières est ouvert du lundi au jeudi de 10h à 18h. Nocturne jusqu'à 22h les vendredi et samedi et ouvert jusqu'à 19h le dimanche.

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