Artwork, 1957

Pluie bleue [Blue Rain]

Twelve rods suspended from the ceiling unfold in space.
The reference to volume gives way to the idea of a dematerialization of the picture. Blue also spreads where it is no longer present because, contrary to what we think, between the drops, it is still raining.

Yves Klein installed this sculpture during his exhibition "Propositions monochromes" at Colette Allendy in 1957.
Reference S 36
Technical Dry pigment and synthetic resin on twelve wooden rods
Dimensions 208.9 x 1.1cm
Collection The Menil Collection