This immersive exhibition will be devoted to the colourful abstract works by the German artist Paul Klee. A painter and also a musician and professor, the immersive exhibition will pay tribute to Klee’s pictorial world. It will take visitors from an opera overture in an imaginary city to an underwater concerto amidst gold and multicoloured fish, and the rhythm of its geometric structures. Lastly, tens of corresponding portraits and puppets accompanied by Papageno’s song will conclude an enchanting interlude that combines painting and music.

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Picture: Simulation © Nuit de Chine. Paul Klee : Château et soleil (détail), 1928, Collection privée, Photo : © Bridgeman Images ; Tapisserie (détail), 1923, Collection Privée, Photo : © Mayor Gallery, London / Bridgeman Images ; Ad Parnassum (détail), 1932, Kunstmuseum, Bern, Photo : © Bridgeman Images ; Tête d’un homme devenant sénile (détail), 1922, Kunstmuseum, Basel, Photo : © Bridgeman Images ; Une vision dans la ville (détail), 1917, Collection privée, Photo : © Mayor Gallery, London / Bridgeman Images

This immersive exhibition will be devoted to the colourful abstract works by the German artist Paul Klee. A painter and also a musician and professor, the immersive exhibition will pay tribute to Klee’s pictorial world. It will take visitors from an opera overture in an imaginary city to an underwater concerto amidst gold and multicoloured fish, and the rhythm of its geometric structures. Lastly, tens of corresponding portraits and puppets accompanied by Papageno’s song will conclude an enchanting interlude that combines painting and music.