Cache-cache no.6, noir partie 1/2, rouge partie 2/2 2000
- About the artworkAubertin, Bernard; Fontenay-aux-Roses 1934 -2015 Reutlingen
Titel: Cache-cache no.6, noir partie 1/2, rouge partie 2/2, acryl op board 2000
30 x 24 cm, verso gesigneerd, gedateerd en getiteld: 'cache-cache no.6, partie 1/2, partie 2/2, Bernard Aubertin, 11-05-2000'
Herkomst particuliere collectie Duitsland
- About the artist
Bernard Aubertin is well known for his monochrome works. For the artist, the red in his works represents fire and blood.
His works have an impersonal and anonymous character. He also has works that are created from so-called fire vents with thousands of matches that are set on fire.
Four years after the founding of ZERO by Heinz Mack and Otto Piene in Düsseldorf, he became a member of this experimental group. In doing so, Aubertin reacted against Art Informel and Neo-Expressionism. He was very interested in creating a new art with international roots and collaborations that would bring new concepts and ideas to life.