As part of its new temporary exhibition Nouveau réalisme, the B&E Goulandris Foundation invites children aged 6 to 8 to a workshop filled with 3D wanderings, together with the striking, blue winged Victory and Yves Klein. At the Yves Klein Blue in 3D! workshop, children learn all about the statue of Victory of Samothrace, the secret formula of Yves Klein’s blue and the way that colour works so as to create a 3D illusion.

Klein used wind, rain, fire and even human bodies in his works, always coming up with resourceful ways to work with blue so as to impress his audience. At the B&E Goulandris Foundation’s workshop, the power and liveliness of Klein’s blue blend with red, encouraging children to create a 3D image of Victory of Samothrace on paper as she lands on the bow of the ship.

* International Klein Blue (IKB) is a deep blue first mixed by French artist Yves Klein.

Yves Klein Blue in 3D!

Workshop for children aged 6-8

Concept: Vicky Christaki
Implementation: Vicky Christaki, Ioanna Koutsouki, Ioulia Marousi, Maria Mitsouli

The workshop takes place in Greek

Days and times: Every Saturday to April 08 | 12.00-13.30
Venue: Children’s Workshop
Number of participants: 12

Cost of participation: 12€
Cost of participation for Family and Young Members:

* The cost of participation concerns one child only.

** Children taking part in the workshops are advised to be at the Museum 15’ before the scheduled start time.

*** Parents cannot stay with their children during the workshop. They may remain in the Museum if they wish so and enjoy a drink/snack at the Café-Restaurant or visit the exhibition areas (please keep in mind that neither is included in the cost of participation).

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Children’s Workshop

14/01/2023 - 08/04/2023 | Every Saturday, 12.00-13.30