Zentrum Paul Klee
Exhibitions 17/10/15—24/01/16

About Trees

The exhibition «About Trees» is interested in trees as a symbol and embodiment of the principles in the contemporary world. The artists allow them to "speak" through their works. In all cultures, since time immemorial, the tree has been seen as a symbol of life in general and as the world tree, and as such is the starting-point for many myths and fairy tales.

Exhibitions 14/02/15—12/01/16

Klee in Bern

The exhibition is devoted to Paul Klee’s diverse and changing relationship with his home city. It shows his work and activities as well as his relationship with school-friends and fellow-artists in his Berne years between 1890 and 1907.

Exhibitions 19/06—27/09/15

Klee & Kandinsky

Never before has such an outstanding selection of works from these two masters ever been united in one exhibition. 

Exhibitions 30/01—25/05/15

Henry Moore

Great art is not perfect. […] Perfectionist art does not move me. 
Henry Moore 1957

Henry Moore (1898–1986) is seen today as one of the most important English sculptors of the 20th century. His early work from the 1920s and 1930s was initially controversial, as the distortions and simplifications of the human figure were seen as an attack on traditional forms of representation.