The Blue Stamp of Yves Klein


Edité par Stamp Art Gallery, San Francisco, 1996
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Titre : The Blue Stamp of Yves Klein

Éditeur : Stamp Art Gallery, San Francisco

Date d'édition : 1996

Etat du livre : Mint

Type de livre : Exhibition Catalogue

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The gold cover blue stamp(ed) catalogue of the exhibition of one blue Yves Klein stamp, in honour of the one that he mailed himself and a postal worker cancelled as if it were a normal postal stamp, in most countries France included an illegal act. The catalogue begins with a facsimile full sheet of the blue stamps, follows with texts and illustrations explicating the whole process of the original exhibition in Paris, the mail art elements, etc. There is an interview with Sidra Stich, illustrations of dealer’s offers of the stamp, letter from Arman, faxes and facsimiles concerning the stamp, etc. 40 pages, gold cover, spiral bound, blue endpapers and pink interleaving. Obscure catalogue. "While researching a catalogue essay on Yves Klein and the Blue Stamp he affixed to a postcard announcing the 1957 exhibition of his monochrome blue paintings, "Yves Klein: Propositions Monochromes", at the Iris Clert Gallery in Paris, I (can't recall where this quote came from, nor who the "I" is) interviewed Pierre Restany, the theoretician of the Nouveau Realists group, and Sidrah Stich, curator of a recent European traveling exhibition on Klein. But it was not until a meeting with Klein's childhood friend Arman, that I was able to dispel a veil of speculation that surrounds this famed stamp of blue. When asked if he knew how the stamps were perforated, Arman answered that he was there at the conception of the idea. Dealer Iris Clert, well connected in political circles, arranged for the stamps to be printed and perforated at the official French postage stamp printing office.". N° de réf. du libraire 156

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