In search of a hypothetical origin of art, like many of his contemporaries, Paul Klee turned his attention to the creations of “children, madmen and primitives”. The exhibition “Paul Klee. Between Worlds” renews the dialogue between works from different periods of his career and a collection of objects and documents from his personal collection. It takes a critical look at the way in which children’s drawings, prehistoric art, extra-western art and asylums have enabled Klee to rethink his art and to situate himself in an intermediate space, halfway between the myth of an “immemorial fund” and that of modernity.
- Language French
- Format28 x 21 cm