It’s been ten years since the last major show and it has been hotly anticipated. Tate Modern has pulled together a fantastically comprehensive exhibition starting from Klee’s entrance on the art scene in 1910 to his death in 1940.
It’s a varied retrospective covering every phase of his work throughout the 17 rooms, yet it manages to feel fresh, innovative and spontaneous.
Personally, I found it a refreshing choice for the Tate Modern and was quite taken aback by the variety and depth of his work. In my opinion, Klee has come to the forefront as one of the most influential painters of the twentieth century.
Booking until 9 March 2014. (tate.org.uk)