Panel Discussion: Paul Klee and the Art Market (Kochel am See, 20 Apr 2018)

Paul Klee (1879-1940) is one of the most highly regarded and productive artists of the 20th century. The Bavarian State Painting Collections and the Franz Marc Museum are each dedicating a special exhibition to Klee thereby uniting 200 important works from major European, American and Japanese collections in Munich and Kochel am See. While Munich focuses on Paul Klee’s time at the Bauhaus and the conflicts the artist is facing when Constructivism and Functionalism are gaining momentum, Kochel draws the attention to Klee’s landscapes and the imaginary journeys embedded in his pictures. To foster dialogue between the two exhibitions, the Bavarian State Painting Collections and the Franz Marc Museum have invited experts, curators and art dealers for a two-day symposium to discuss Klee’s relevance for the 20th and 21st centuries. Continue reading “Panel Discussion: Paul Klee and the Art Market (Kochel am See, 20 Apr 2018)”