The Hommage à Yves Klein (Tribute to Yves Klein), located at the top of Le Cyclop, above the theatre and the apartment, is a squarish, water-filled basin. The entire background is painted black, allowing the water to reflect the sky. The basin thus evokes the painter’s famous blue monochromes – or, according to Pontus Hultén, Yves Klein’s thesis of a flat and square Earth defended before a group of Russian scientists… The entire basin is made of thick, welded sheet metal. The bottom has an inverted pyramidic shape, with a depth of 80 cm in the centre and edges flush with the surface. In 1993, Seppi Imhof extended the encircling walkway, designed by Jean Tinguely, for more “fluid” visits.
Work de Jean Tinguely
Hommage à Yves Klein, 1976
- TitreHommage à Yves Klein (Tribute to Yves Klein)
- Type d'élémentWork
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