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Paul Klee. Construction of Mystery
March 1 until June 17, 2018 
Pinakothek der Moderne

'Construction of Mystery' is the first major exhibition of Paul Klee’s work to be held at the Pinakothek der Moderne. The substantial holdings in Munich will be presented alongside more than 120 works from important Klee collections in Europe, the United States or Japan. The show follows Paul Klee’s path as a 'thinking artist' who systematically explores and transcends the boundaries of the rational in his work. At the centre of the exhibition is the 1920s, a time in which Klee responded to the challenges of the new technological world and its impact on the creativity of the modern artist. As a Bauhaus master, Klee questioned the dominance of rationalism and strove to balance understanding and feeling, construction and intuition. This exhibition shows the continued relevance of Klee’s work, addressing fundamental conflicts of the modern subject.

Special opening hours in June
From 8 June until 17 June 2018,  you can visit the exhibition until 20:00 (except on Monday).

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Fig.: Paul Klee, Verwittertes Mosaik, 1933, Aquarell und Gouache auf japanischem Ingrespapier, auf Karton, 35,6 x 46,7 cm, Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, The Blue Four Galka Scheyer Collection © Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena.


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