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With a nod to 60s pop and Goldfrapp's pastoral phase, the songs are rich with imagery and range from the jan-gly International Klein Blue to the delicate Pentangle-like Waterlow.
The five paintings are International Klein Blues (or IKBs), blue monochromes with a patented binding medium that does nof dilute the saturation of the pigment colour.
Other notable works include Monet's large canvas of Water Lilies and Yves Klein's IKB79, a panel painted entirely in the artist's famous international Klein blue.
In addition to famous monochromes, including those in International Klein Blue, are sponge reliefs, sculptures, "Anthropometries" (in which nude female models served as "live" paint brushes), and his spectacular late experiments with natural elements like fire.
Klein's blue--IKB, or International Klein Blue, as he branded it in 1957 (and officially patented it in 1960)--was freighted with a grandiose aesthetic ambition, one completely separate from whatever shape, texture, or form it assumed.
Lachowicz's most ambitious effort to date, though, is Red Not Blue, a performance of 1992 that spoofs the famous sequence in Mondo Cane in which, dressed in a tuxedo, Klein applies International Klein Blue paint to naked women, then women to canvas, all to the accompaniment of a string quartet.