Kandinsky: A Retrospective is a must-see exhibition that explores the artistic evolution of Wassily Kandinsky, a master of modern art. An amazing collection of paintings and other works from the Centre Pompidou, Paris, traces the development of this extraordinary and inventive artist, from his early Impressionist landscapes to his celebrated modern pieces. Alive with color—and rhythmic—Kandinsky’s distinctive, abstract style made him one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. Over eighty works of art are featured, including for the first time in the United States, murals designed by Kandinsky at the Bauhaus. The exhibition concludes with his little-known late paintings, which are surreal and surprisingly joyful.
This exhibition has been organized with the Centre Pompidou, Paris, which has one of the richest holdings in the world of Kandinsky’s work. This collection is enriched with selections from the Milwaukee Art Museum’s Mrs. Harry L. Bradley Collection and with loans from the Art Institute of Chicago, Walker Art Center, and Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Below you will find a list of all of the resources on this site related to Kandinsky: A Retrospective, on view through September 1, 2014, at the Milwaukee Art Museum.