Paul Klee (1879-1940), A Young Lady’s Adventure 1922
Collection Tate Modern

I just received the gorgeous new catalog, Paul Klee: Making Visible, the companion to the major Klee exhibition of the same name at the Tate Modern in London. In addition to the very serious and fascinating essays, the catalog also contains some great photographs and an excellent chronology that includes personal accounts of Klee from friends and colleagues such as Oskar Schlemmer and Alfred Barr, along with notes that place Klee in cultural context. And the reproductions of Klee’s work throughout are outstanding. I haven’t even made it all the way through, but I know this is one exhibition I will most definitely regret not getting to. 

The EY Exhibition Paul Klee: Making Visible runs through March 9, 2014

Paul Klee: Making Visible, edited by Matthew Gale (Thames & Hudson, 2013)