"Paul Klee - The Myth of Flying" is the name of an exhibition currently running in Augsburg. It features about 80 works by the famous artist, most of them depicting his impressions as a military conscript in Augsburg during World War I
The elusive artist Paul Klee aimed to expand the boundaries of the rational in his art. The new show in Munich explores how the Bauhaus master addressed being an artist in a technologically advancing world.
Founded in 1919, the Bauhaus revolutionized art, architecture and design. An exhibition in Hangzhou is the prelude to the movement's anniversary celebrations, which begin next year.
Revered designer Peter Ghyczy — and his legendary Cold War "Egg" chair — gets a solo exhibition at the Brussels Design Museum that celebrates function over form.
Nazi art is taboo in Germany. But one museum is juxtaposing it with artworks banned by the Nazis. The result is jarring. Curator Alexander von Berswordt-Wallrabe says it shows the divide between art and "unart."
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