Paul Klee, aquarel, 1927
This Swiss artist was autodidact and investigated the abstraction of art using techniques and materials. Driven by childlike spontaneity and fantasy, Paul Klee abstracted reality into mere geometric shapes. With attention for classical arts and other cultures, he became the ironic reconciler of contradictions within human-ordered nature and the inevitable ‘system defect’ present in it.
‘Neues im Luftbereich’ is a painterly reconciliation of the Western avant-garde with Eastern and primitive elements. His expressionistic style seems naïve, but proofs an absolute consciousness.
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