"Le Rose du Bleu" (The pink of the blue)
Dry pigment, synthetic resin, on natural sponges, pebbles and wood.
I see a very rough texture that is created by the use of pebbles and large bumps caused by the sponges. It is a striking pink maroon color.
It reminds me of boils, or some sort of allergic reaction. Sponges always remind me of cleaning. The pink maroon color is unsettling because I want it to be either red or pink.
What is the reason for the sponges? Why is this one not blue like the rest of his work? Why, in general?
As for content, I'm not really sure. I think I need to delve deeper into the world of Yves Klein first, before I can understand content.