Begin your new year at The Tate Modern with a great exhibition of the twentieth century Modernist master Paul Klee’s work.
What could be better on a grey London afternoon than to stand in front of Klee’s vibrant patchwork paintings? The colour and spontaneity of his work is bound to shake any viewer out of hibernation. The sheer scope of this exhibition (which spans seventeen rooms) means that walking through the Tate can be like navigating a kaleidoscope.
Whether you’re familiar with Klee or not, treat yourself to a few hours exploring the formal playfulness of this show, where you can see the work that inspired Rothko, Miro as well as countless others.