We're off to the PV of a major exhibition of Paul Klee’s works which opens at Tate Modern tomorrow. It’s the big autumn show held at the gallery and will feature key paintings by this giant of twentieth-century art.
Described as one of the great creative innovators of the time, Klee’s
work is often grouped together with pieces from Matisse, Picasso and
Works by Rothko and Miro have also been inspired by him and the exhibition aims to shine a new light on his pieces.
‘Paul Klee – Making Visible’ starts with some of his
breakthrough pieces during the First World War, when he first developed
his individual abstract patchworks of colour.
It then goes onto to focus on the decade he spent teaching and working at the Bauhaus and abstract canvases he produced there.
The exhibition runs until the 9th March and tickets cost £16.50.