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Bozar will host the first major Belgian exhibition of the French artist Yves Klein (1928-1962). One of the most influential figures of the post-war era, Klein's career was marked by extraordinary creativity and a bold attitude to art and life that was pivotal to later movements from pop to performance art and beyond. Presenting around 40 major works the exhibition throws fresh light on his artistic practice.
Embracing painting, sculpture, performance, theatre, music, film and architecture, Klein pioneered new attitudes that took the European art world by storm before his untimely death at the age of 34 from a heart attack. At the age of 19 the artist symbolically signed the depthless blue sky using his finger, declaring it as his first artwork. This moment underpinned Klein's interest in the relationship between infinite space and art that foreshadowed his short but startling career as one of the most original artistic thinkers.