27 July 2017
Germany’s longest-running legal court case involving Nazi-looted art has settled with the claimant.
Gagosian presents “Sprayed”, an extensive exhibition spanning four generations exploring the myriad ways in which artists have employed the impulsive yet de-personalised and non-gestural forces of spray. It begins with Paul Klee’s work on paper Seltsames Theater (1929), where he improvised with a blowpipe to achieve hazy background effects in a circus scene. This tentative […]
18 October 2013
Paul Klee is an artist’s artist. One thinks of him as a free artist with his fluid lines, blocks of colour and naïve child-like images of cartoonish people, fish and plants but there is so much more to him. Klee was a meticulous artist, superb draughtsman with a deliberate, scientific approach to his work. Hugely […]
A new exhibition of works by Paul Klee (1879-1940) opens Wednesday at Tate Modern. It is the first major exhibition to be mounted in the UK since the late 1980s and promises to be the blockbuster show of the season. Paul Klee was one of the most renowned artists to work at the Bauhaus and […]
A campaign has been launched to build a permanent memorial to the ‘Modern Artists’ who were persecuted by the Nazis in World War II. Works deemed ‘Entartete Kunstdegenerat’ (degenerate) by the delusional, former art student, Adolf Hitler, whose hatred for progressive and ‘modern art’, by artists such as Max Ernst, Kurt Schwitters and Paul Klee […]
Munich museum refuses to return Paul Klee painting, seized from family by Nazis to be displayed in 1937 ‘degenerate art’ exhibition The descendents of a German art historian have filed a legal claim against the city of Munich demanding the return of a Paul Klee painting that was apparently stolen from their family by the […]