Postcard book featuring 16 pieces from 'The EY Exhibition - Paul Klee : Making Visible', exclusive to Tate. Including, 'A Young Lady's Adventure', 'With the Violet Pentagon', 'Redgreen and Violet-Yellow-Rhythms', 'Clarification', 'Blue Night', 'Rich Harbour', 'Flower Bed, 'Fire in the Evening', 'Fire at Full Moon', 'Remembrance Sheet of a Conception, 'Assyrian Game', 'They're Biting', 'Fish Magic', 'Flowers in Glasses', 'Gradation Red-Green (Vermilion) and 'Park near Lu.'
Paul Klee is a giant of twentieth-century art and one of the great creative innovators of the time. Witty, inventive, magical, his exquisite paintings resist easy classification. He is mentioned in the same breath as Matisse, Picasso and his Bauhaus contemporary Kandinsky. He cuts a radical figure in European modernism. His influence on abstraction can be seen in the works of Rothko, Miro and beyond. And yet, for an artist of such stature, there is still so much to discover about him. His intense and intricate work is the subject of this major new exhibition at Tate Modern and is the UKís first large-scale Klee exhibition for over a decade.