Although primarily a musician, Paul Klee is considered one of the major artists in the first half of the twentieth century. As the son of a violinist and pianist and a singer, much of his life revolved around music. His culture, training, acquaintances, painting and even his creative process were heavily influenced by it.
Throughout his life, the Swiss-born German artist produced more than 10,000 paintings and drawings which reveal a variety of artistic techniques and a vibrant imagination. In addition to painting and music, he also practised engraving, lithography and sculpture.
In a truly immersive audiovisual experience, the exhibition pays tribute to both of his two passions: music and art. Enter into the colourful and poetic world of Klee, featuring melodies from The Magic Flute, as you explore not only his physical works, but also his fascination with opera and in particular, Mozart.
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