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Exhibition March 3 − June 1
Klee in North Africa
Paul Klee (1879 - 1940) traveled twice to North Africa for educational purposes, which is part of a long tradition of artists traveling to the East: at the beginning of his creative career, he went to Tunisia as a recognized artist and teacher in the Bauhaus.

In concentratedspecial presentationBerggruen Museum is dedicated to works from the collection of the National Gallery, created in connection with Klee’s trip to North Africa.

Artworks at the exhibition

1914, 14×13 cm
All artworks at the exhibition