The Tate Modern dedicates 17 rooms to an exhibition displaying the drawings, watercolours and oil paintings of influential Swiss artist Paul Klee (1879-1940).
The works are on loan from collections around the world and are displayed alongside each other as the artist originally intended, according to the Tate Modern.
The exhibition divides Klee's art into three key moments, from his emergence in Munich in the 1910s, through his years of teaching at the Bauhaus in the 1920s, to his final paintings made in Bern after the outbreak of world war two.
The artist's involvement with the Bauhaus design movement forms the heart of the Tate exhibition.
Sun-Thurs 10.00-18.00. Fri-Sat 10.00-22.00