Paul Klee is represented in the LaM collection by three works from the Masurel donation. With the monographic exhibition Paul Klee, between worlds, the museum wishes to take a fresh look at the artist's work, highlighting in particular his interest in the question of the origins of art. The public is invited to a journey punctuated by four key moments, in which it discovers the way in which children's drawings, non-Western art, prehistoric art and the "art of fools" have enabled him to rethink his work and, more globally, artistic creation. Bringing together no less than 120 works, the LaM in Villeneuve-d'Ascq puts the paintings in dialogue with objects and archive documents from his personal collection. At the same time, the museum presents the work of the Italian artist Giorgio Griffa, whose works are inspired by Klee, whom the artist has always deeply admired. More information on the LaM website