We have a good reason for you to visit the Paul Klee museum in Bern this winter, snow or shine.
Paul Klee and the Surrealists is a prestigious exhibit of world-known Surrealist artists. In cooperation with Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Paul Klee Museum in Bern is presenting over 250 precious artworks.
See dreams materialize at the “Paul Klee and The Surrealists” exhibit
When creative dreamers meet, art happens. It is the first time an exhibition reveals the relationship between the Swiss artist Paul Klee and the Surrealist artist community from the time Klee lived in Paris. It invites you to explore how they have individually approached common topics such as nature, portraits, dreams and so on.
Next to the selected Paul Klee artworks, bask the masterpieces of such Surrealist figures as Joan Miró, André Masson, René Magritte, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, the “face” of the 100 franc bill, Alberto Giacometti, and others.
Enjoying art in a relaxing atmosphere
As soon as you enter the exhibit, a soft, soothing pink light will embrace you. It is a world where reality and fantasy meet. Just take your time to relax and enjoy the artworks, to capture the essence of the captivating art form that is surrealism.
There are public guided tours in German on Saturdays at 3 PM and Sundays at 1:30 PM. Here is some more information about tours in English and French.
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