A major retrospective of the work of the late Yves Klein will be opening at Tate Liverpool later this month. The influential post-war era artist whose work embraced sculpture, painting, performance and architecture, expressed the desire to create infinite space through the use of colour - in turn having his own shade of blue named after him. From the runway to the forefront of interiors, Yves Klein's influence is still very much present in the world of design. His influence was seen only yesterday at the Celine SS17 show during Paris Fashion Week. I have put together this moodboard showing the scope of Klein's work and the impact his work has had on the creative industry. The exhibition runs from October 21st - March 5th and tickets are priced at £11
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