Around 1960, Yves Klein created his well-known Antropometries. Dressed in a suit, he instructed women to smear their naked bodies in his Yves Klein Blue- paint and to function as his brush to paint an artwork with.
Nowadays, the relationship between the artist and the galleryworld is often very crooked. Big gallery owners can make or break an artist.
In gallery MEEK in Amsterdam, I had two professional dancers strip naked and roll around in paint at the instructions of the gallerist, Merel Peek. I wrote these instructions on a card and directed her and the dancers live.
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