Bernard Aubertin

“…Painting in red is an absolute necessity."
The monochrome red which characterises Aubertin’s work is used by the artist as a colour able to reflect the idea of blood, of fire, but that can also allow, at the same time, something of a depersonalization of the art and a "technique of anonymity". Having become frustrated with the Parisian artistic scene Aubertin moved to Germany where he contributed to the Düsseldorf Zero Group founded by Mack, Piene and Uecker. Throughout the 1960s, he developed the concept of "Tableaux-clous" which subsequently evolved into the Tableau-feu, marking his transition to the ephemeral.

  • Dessin de Feu
  • Tableau Monochrome
  • Untitled
  • Cage Rouge de Fume
  • Dessin de Feu
  • Livre Brl
  • Livre Brl
  • Disque de Feu Tournant
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