At a certain point in his life, Yves Klein decided that from that moment on he would only use one colour in his paintings: blue. But not any old blue, Yves wanted a unique blue, his own blue, Klein Blue! To paint his works, Yves used wind, rain, fire and even human bodies, inventing Body Art. He also composed a symphony using only one note and he used photography to defy the force of gravity. He always managed to find new ways to impress his audience.
After Piero Manzoni and Jackson Pollock, Fausto Gilberti intelligently and amusingly tells us about the work of another great protagonist of contemporary art.