In Balat, an exhibition devoted to the color yellow

In Balat, an exhibition devoted to the color yellow15/10/2016 (Sabah – Turkey): Some artists are inseparable from the colors that define their work: Mark Rothko is famous for his studies in red, Yves Klein’s obsession for the color blue that his city Nice presented to him every day is well known (there is even a “International Klein Blue” named after the artist) and when one thinks about Kazimir Malevich, his “Black Square” fills the mind. Fascination with color had also been the subject of great classics: in Marcel Proust’s “In Search of Lost Time,” the novelist Bergotte dies at an exhibition, meters away from “View of Delft,” Vermeer’s masterpiece. “My last books are too dry, I ought to have gone over them with a few layers of color, made my language precious in itself, like this little patch of yellow wall,” Bergotte mumbles before dying. His last words, beautifully obsessive, voice the novelist’s fascination with the color yellow: “Little patch of yellow wall, with a sloping roof, little patch of yellow wall…”..

http://www.dailysabah.com/arts-culture/2016/10/15/in-balat-an-exhibition-devoted-to-the-color-yellow

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