New in Today! Paul Klee: Making Visible
Oct 15, 2013
This new exhibition catalogue accompanies a major retrospective of the Swiss artist Paul Klee's (1879-1940) work at theTate Modernin London, covering his entire career, from his initial training in Munich, through his years with the German Expressionist Group Der Blaue Reiter, and culminating with his final turn towards a more Cubist abstraction, under the influence of figures such as Picasso, Braque and Delaunay. Focuses on the methods used by Klee to document and determine the display of his work, surveying key exhibitions from his lifetime.
Publications details as follows:
Gale, Mathew, Anja Baumhoff, Annie Bourneuf, Flavia Frigeri, et al: Paul Klee: Making Visible. Exhibition: London, Tate Modern, 2013. 240 pages, with 220 colour illustrations. Hardback. 25.5 x 23.5cms. £ 35.00
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