Omschrijving Zentrum Paul Klee:
The Zentrum Paul Klee On June 20th 2005 the Zentrum Paul Klee opened its doors to visitors interested in art and to art lovers from all over the world. At the heart of this new cultural institution is the artist Paul Klee (1879–1940), his life and his work. Today Paul Klee, who was also a musician, teacher and poet, ranks as one of the 20th century’s most significant artists. The Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern CH , where the artist spent a half of his life, is a monument of international renown and a personal tribute to Paul Klee himself. Of the 10,000 or so works that make up Paul Klee’s oeuvre a good 40 per cent, that is to say around 4,000 paintings, watercolours and drawings as well as archives and biographical material, has been brought together at the Zentrum Paul Klee.
The Centre’s collections are considered as the largest collection of a single artist of world renown. According to the ‘vision’ of it’s founder, Prof. Dr. med. Maurice E. Müller, the Zentrum Paul Klee is not to be an art museum in the traditional sense. It is to become the leading centre of competence worldwide for research into and the mediation and presentation of Paul Klee, his life and his work, as well as the way in which his art is received. Given the diversity of Paul Klee’s artistic activities the Centre therefore not limits itself merely to showcasing Klee’s pictorial work but acts as a platform for interdisciplinary forms of artistic expression.
Naam museum: Zentrum Paul Klee.
Specialisaties: Paul Klee.
Kunststromingen: Abstract Divers.
Contactpersoon: Peter Fischer, Directeur.
Adres: Monument im Fruchtland 3, 3006 Bern, Zwitzerland.
Kunstenaars in collectie:
- Paul Klee | CH 1879 – 1940 CH | Schilderijen | Modern | Abstract Figurisme, Kubisme, Concretisme.
- 01.06.2018 – 28.10.2018: Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern CH, Cosmos Klee.
- 2018: Centrum Paul Klee, Bern CH, ‘Klee im Krieg’.
- 2015: Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern CH, Klee & Kandinsky.
- 2014: Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern CH, Paul Klee, Space Nature Architecture.
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