Bernard Aubertin was a contemporary performance artist renown for incorporating fire into creating his art. Bernard Aubertin was born in the year 1934.
The artist was introduced to Yves Klein and soon after began working using only the color red. He also joined the Zero art movement, which was another anti art movement whose participants used only one color in their work.
From 1965 on the artist used fire in his work.
Beginning in 1961 and throughout his career the artist also created a series of works using nails and red paint.
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In this clip we watch Aubertin in action:
Bernard Aubertin passed away in 2015.
Aubertin is part of many public and private collections including the Center for National Contemporary Art located in Paris, France. Aubertin is also part of the permanent collection of the Museum Dusseldorf.
In this clip another chance to view the artist at work burning a new piece of art!:
Bernard Aubertin was a very unique artist with his own brand of contemporary art. Whats most interesting about his art was the lack of control that the artist had over the fire.