Paris’ Centre Pompidou pays tribute to celebrated Swiss-German artist Paul Klee, with Paul Klee: L’ironie à L’oeuvre (till 1st August, 2016), an exhibition showcasing 230 of the artist’s works, most of which were lent by the Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern. Angela Lampe, the curator of the exhibition wanted to shed new light on Klee’s painting, particularly his use of irony and satire that originated in early German Romanticism and in philosopher Friedrich Schlegel’s writings.
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