Hayward Gallery: Paul Klee: The Nature of Creation
Paul Klee (1879 – 1940) is one of the great masters of modern art. Widely known for
the magical quality and spontaneity of his intimate paintings and drawings, he is
Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Palais Liechtenstein: Klee, Tanguy, Miro
Three Approaches to Landscape.
The art-historical tradition of landscape painting was radically
transformed by classical modernity. In the wake of the
Impressionists, landscape was turned into an artful construction
that uses Nature merely as a stimulus ...
Hamburger Kunsthalle: Paul Klee: The Buergi Collection
his first - and perhaps last -
presentation of Bürgi Collection not
only offers the viewing public an
Joan Miró Foundation: Klee, Tanguy, Miró. Three approaches to landscape
Paul Klee (München-Buchsee, Berne, 1879 – Locarno, 1940) stands as a lone figure in the panorama of twentieth-century painting. A member of
the Expressionist group Der Blaue Reiter, he was also a teacher at the Bauhaus. In the 1920s he began to t...
Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard: The Blue Rider Artists: Works from the Busch-Reisinger Museum and other Collections
Artists in the Blue Rider included Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, August
Macke, as well as Franz Marc and others....
Cleveland Museum of Art: Twentieth-Century Works on Paper from the Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Cleveland Museum of Art: Last Chance! Twentieth-Century Works on Paper from the Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Bauhaus Archiv, Museum für Gestaltung: Division as Structure: Drawings and Reliefs from Paul Mason
The drawings establish various formal rhythms of marks based on geometrical forms such as the square, triangle, hexagon, and pentagon, with endless potential for different forms and structures. As increasingly the patterns break down they become o...
Diane Farris Gallery: Kathryn Jacobi: The Minor Pantheon
Inspired by the surrealist artists, in particular, Max Ernst and Paul Klee,
the paintings are a meditation on the randomness of fate. Thematically they
present history as a game, a puzzle. Things are not what they seem - are
fragmented and tr...
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College: Summer Reading: The Recreation of Language in Twentieth-Century Art
Drawn from the collections of the Loeb Art
Center and 14 public and private sources, this international survey unites
paintings, photographs, prints, drawings, collages, books and book-objects,
poet-artist collaborations, and more by over 50 ar...
Art Gallery of Ontario: From Michelangelo to Picasso: Great Master Drawings from the Collection
of the Albertina, Vienna
The selection of drawings in this
exhibition demonstrates the breadth and
strength of the Albertina’s holdings. The exhibition will provide a
Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum: Jimmy Ernst: Transcending the Surreal
This retrospective exhibition features over 35 major paintings. It covers five decades of his art and looks at how he absorbed and transcended Surrealism to create his own unique mode of abstract painting.
Jimmy Ernst’s paintings were influenced...
Diorama Gallery: Fables: Works by Anne-Lise Firth
The show is called Fables because the paintings are her own improvised stories, which cannot be put into words, but must instead be told large in oil on canvas. Anne-Lise received her BA in History of Art at the University of East Anglia and rece...
Denise Bibro Fine Art: Dusty Boynton: Recent Work
Boynton has shown at Littlejohn Contemporary, New York, NY; Gallery Jupiter, Little Silver, NJ; and Steffany Martz Gallery, New York, NY. She has been included in dozens of group exhibitions, such as In the Garden at Barbara Krakow in Boston, MA; ...
Centre Georges Pompidou: Hitchcock and Art: Fatal Coincidences
This spectacular exhibition will include 200
nineteenth- and twentieth-century artworks - paintings, drawings, prints,
illustrated books and sculpture - and 300 cinema documents -
production stills, posters, story boards, and set and ...
Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona: The City That Never Was: Fantastic Architectures in Western Art
The exhibition brings together in the region of 80 works of art on a variety of supports, including frescoes, painting, photography and installations. It turns around the genre of the architectural capriccio, from the 16th to the 18th century, wit...
Montreal Museum of Fine Art: Hitchcock and Art: Fatal Coincidences
Hitchcock: The Man and His Art
Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) made more than fifty films. His name,
synonymous with suspense, is legendary in the annals of cinematic history. He is
Aakriti Art Gallery: Nature - Paintings by Kazi Ghiyasuddin
Ghiyasuddin's works can be considered as personal documentation of the vibrations that he senses, within and adjoining him. Straining the vital essence of the life and environment, and putting it up for it viewers should be recognized as an import...
Riflemaker: LIFE-FILE: THE PRIVATE FILE-FOLDERS OF WILLIAM S BURROUGHS
The exhibition at Riflemaker features fifty such works each representing and combining Burroughs various areas of creative activity - literature, visual mark-making and performance. The works are abstract often using just one or two colours used a...
Takasaki Museum of Art: Reinhardt Sobye: Part of the Tomio Isahai Collection
Reinhardt Sobye states about is work: "The prevailing attitude in modern culture is that every individual is a world in his/her own right, a world from which all other's are excluded. This is a major lie. The truth is that we are each other's worl...
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art: Picasso to Pop: Aspects of Modern Art
The exhibition begins with a powerful Picasso drawing of a head dated 1906. Then come a variety of experimental works by George Grosz, Paul Klee, Georges Roualt, and Wyndham Lewis, who represent some of the advanced artistic movements of the 1920s...
Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery: Overview: The Art of Fannie Hillsmith and Walter Kamys
Many life-long artists reach a certain level and remain there, but
Fannie Hillsmith and Walter Kamys continue to reinvent themselves,
explains Maureen Ahern, director of the Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery.
Walter Kamys, who liv...
Kettle's Yard Gallery, University of Cambridge: Alan Reynolds: 50 Years after the Royal College of Art
A quest for structure and equilibrium has always been at the heart of Reynolds' work. His engagement with landscape, from his native Suffolk to the hop gardens and orchards of his adoptive Kent, was inspired in part by Constable and Samuel Palmer ...
Ohio Art League: Gary Shaw, curated by John Antjas: Selling Nightmares – Buying Dreams
"Like the big bang he is constantly expanding a universe that's full of lost souls that he runs across in his personal experience. These experiences, whether they be from work, the bar, relationships, or anyplace at all, become his own personal my...
Museum Ludwig: ART-WORLDS IN DIALOGUE
These dialogues are as multifarious as the artists who conduct
them. The approximately 120 artists in this exhibition have each
found their own, highly individual ways of exploring and examining
one or more culture...
Bauhaus Archiv, Museum für Gestaltung: Donation Dora Hartwig
An item of very special importance is a copy of Max Beckmann’s Apocalypse dedicated to Josef Hartwig. Until he was dismissed in 1933, Beckmann taught with Hartwig at the Frankfurt Art School. The book was produced in a very small wartime print ru...
Michael Werner Gallery: Recent Paintings by Georg Baselitz
All of the works in the exhibition have direct sources in paintings the artist made as a teenager during the 1950s, and in fact certain works bear the dates ‘1953’, ‘1954’ or ‘1955’ as part of their iconography. This combination of personal histo...
Haunch of Venison, London: Uwe Wittwer
A major installation entitled “The Class of Beauty” shows various table vitrines, each dedicated to an iconic artist that Wittwer treasures: Friedrich, De Hooch, Kalf, Klee, Poussin, Ruisdael, Titian and Warhol. In a loose and associative manner, ...
Pump House Gallery: Katy Dove: New Commisioned Work
Dove's mesmerising kaleidoscopic animations investigate the complex
relationship between perception, colour and sound. Much of her work takes
the form of a visual and audio representation of an idea, emotion or
perception using animation to red...
Haus der Kunst: GROTESQUE! 130 Years of Witty Art
GROTESQUE! 130 Years of Witty Art presents works possessing those characteristics attributed to the concept of the grotesque in Meyers Konversationslexikon (an influential encyclopaedia) in 1895: "The result of a humour which - apparently without ...
Pretoria Art Museum: Max Chiwei Liu (1911-2002)
Max Liu was influenced by his cultural anthropology studies among aborigines, Vietnam, Peru and East Africa. Paul Klee’s dreamlike images also fascinated the artist. Max Liu painted from his imagination semi-abstract images with a mystical, almost...
Sin Sin Fine Art: Rick Lewis: Jalan
His influences range from among others, Joan Miro, Antoni Tapies, Paul Klee, Alberto Burri, Texan visionary painter Forrest Bess and Far Eastern calligraphy. He has exhibited in Texas, New York, Hong Kong, and Indonesia. His work belongs to numero...
Bergen Art Museum: Anxiety and Desire. Surrealism in Scandinavia 1930-1950
The Scandinavian Surrealists were eccentric and individualistic, their art received criticism and alienation in their home countries. They personally knew, exhibited internationally with and were inspired by S.Dali, P.Klee, V.Kandinsky, M.Ernst as...
ArtHaus: Group Exhibition: LOCATION ~ LOCATION
Serena Bocchino’s paintings and drawings translate the compositional, spontaneous rhythm of jazz into a two dimensional form. Her work uses rhythm, volume and tone to capture different ways in which line may interact with color. A New York Times ...
Modern Museum of Art: Modern Starts: Things
In painting, the still-life genre, with its focus on the representation of objects, experienced a
renewed interest. Beginning with P...
National Palace Museum: Birth of a New Century: Images of Children in Western Art
Beginning with the Enlightenment in the late eighteenth century, the nature of children was starting to take shape as
distinct from that of adults. Jean-Jacques Rousseau was one advocate of educational reform. ...
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Zentrum Paul Klee
Paul Klee Online
Paul Klee - Art Images - Works and Biography - OCAIW
Biographie: Paul Klee, 1879-1940
CGFA- Paul Klee
Paul Klee artist portrait, brief biography and art
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