A cooperation with the Museum of Fine Arts Bern.
«Light and rational forms are locked in battle, with light setting them in motion, straightening them, turning parallels into ovals, spinning circles into the spaces in between, and activating the space itself. Hence the inexhaustible variety.» Paul Klee, Diary III . Munich 1908/July
Paul Klee. Rare Fruits is an exhibition far removed from the usual clichés and fixed images. It presents gems culled from a limitless font of forms, shapes and designs that shed new light on Paul Klee’s oeuvre and his quest for deeply personal means of creative expression.