Paul Klee (1879-1940) has long been revered as one of the most original and inventive modern artists. Born in Switzerland, Klee made his name in Germany, where he was associated with the Blaue Reiter group and became an influential instructor at the Bauhaus before being denounced as a "degenerate" artist by the Nazis. This exhibition presents a diverse array of works made between the two World Wars, primarily from the Djerassi Collection.
Paul Klee, Blüten in der Nacht (Blossoms in the Night), 1930; watercolor and ink on prepared ground on paper mounted on board; Collection SFMOMA, Gift of Charlotte Mack
This installation of works from SFMOMA's painting and sculpture collection is conceived as a series of chapters that illuminate key moments and themes in the art of the 20th century. By presenting a...
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