Paul Klee - Making Visible
Paul Klee is the subject of a major new exhibition at Tate Modern which sets out to challenge his reputation for being a solitary dreamer and to reveal the rigour with which he created his work and presented it to the public. The show spans thirty years of his career from his emergence in Munich in the 1910s, through his years of teaching at the Bauhaus in the 1920s and up to his final paintings made in Bern after the outbreak of World War II. James Malpas and Karen Leeder review.
Available since: Wed 16 Oct 2013
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Philip Dodd's guests historian include Catherine Merridale.
First broadcast: 15 Oct 2013
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