Zentrum Paul Klee
Bern
Henry Moore
30/01—25/05/15
Exhibitions 21/10/14—01/02/15

Paul Klee. Special class – not for sale

‘Special class – not for sale’ was a particular category that Klee used  within his own system of classification for his works, to which he actually assigned various price ranges. Paul Klee's own and personal retrospective.

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Exhibitions 05/09/14—11/01/15

ANTONY GORMLEY. EXPANSION FIELD

Antony Gormley’s EXPANSION FIELD is being presented for the first time in the large exhibition hall at the Zentrum Paul Klee. This new work, consisting of 60 individual sculptures fabricated from Corten steel, is derived directly from different postures of the human body. The rigorous conceptual basis of this work and its disciplined spatial arrangement engage the viewer in a first-hand experience of space and time, while drawing on references from prehistory, to Minimal and Body Art. The orthogonal field provides a strong counterpoint to the ZPK and Renzo Piano’s organic architectural structure.

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Exhibitions 01/07—16/10/14

Paul Klee. Space Nature Architecture

During his time at the Bauhaus in Weimar and Dessau Paul Klee made new spatial constructions and fantastical architectural designs inspired by Cubism and the Constructivists. With the dissolution of central perspective, completely new dimensions opened up for modern artists.

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Exhibitions 16/04—17/08/2014

Taking a Line for a Walk

An exhibition with works by Olav Christopher Jenssen, Paul Klee, Jonathan Lasker, Brice Marden, Henri Michaux, Mark Tobey, Cy Twombly and Christopher Wool.

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Exhibitions 14/03—22/06/2014

The Journey to Tunisia. Klee, Macke, Moilliet

2014 is the hundredth anniversary of the legendary trip to Tunis that the three artist friends Paul Klee, August Macke and Louis Moilliet took in April 1914.

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