Bringing Colour to the Life of Paul Klee
Bringing colour to the life of Paul Klee from his childhood and early career through to his later works and death.
Travel posters provide us with a sense of a place we might want to visit. Similarly, pieces of art give us a sense of the artist who created it. So who better to design a travel poster than a famous artist born in that place.
While Michael Armitage insists he is not a political artist, it is difficult to deny that there is a sense of protest throughout his work. Touching on themes of homosexuality, women’s rights and terrorism, he explores the reality of his home country and raises questions about the culture.