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Yves Klein Air architecture

Schindler House, Los Angeles, United States
12 May 2004 - 29 August 2004
  • Yves Klein  Air architecture
    View of the exhibition, "Yves Klein Air architecture", Schindler House, 2004
  • Yves Klein  Air architecture
    View of the exhibition, "Yves Klein Air architecture", Schindler House, 2004
  • Yves Klein  Air architecture
    View of the exhibition, "Yves Klein Air architecture", Schindler House, 2004
  • Yves Klein  Air architecture
    View of the exhibition, "Yves Klein Air architecture", Schindler House, 2004
Renowned French conceptualist Yves Klein (1928–1962) produced a prescient body of work concerning the concept of air architecture – an immaterial architecture. For the first time, this aspect of Klein’s work was the focus of an exhibition organized by the MAK Center. Yves Klein: Air Architecture offered an opportunity to consider the artist’s architectural projects and theories, featuring drawings, texts, photography, sculpture and film from the Yves Klein Archive in Paris. The exhibition was guest curated by architect François Perrin, who also designed a site-specific installation for the Schindler House. 
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