A major exhibition that presents Paul Klee as a giant of twentieth-century art and one of the great creative innovators of the time. Klee is mentioned in the same breath as Matisse, Picasso and his Bauhaus contemporary Kandinsky. He cuts a radical figure in European modernism.
A 360 degree timeline reveals the artist’s creative breakthrough during WWI, when he first developed his individual abstract patchworks of colour that later became characteristic of his ‘magic square’ paintings. Intimate and minimal typography includes archival prints, a chronological history and the artists in his own words.