First Artistic Approach
Around 1700, “Prussian Blue”, considered the first artificial pigment, was created. In these explorations, we go on an artistic tour alongside Edouard Adam, who helped Yves Klein discover the formula for his dazzling blue. Where are the limits of color? From abstract expressionism and its infinite lines to the vastness of the horizon, the starry sky of Padua, or the reflection on the sea. An immense body of water: Aiguablava. This research is part of an ongoing project.