Apocalypse and other crazy things

Apocalypse and other crazy things

                                  Torsten Mühlbach is a kind of art rebel. He wants to shake, tease, provoke and excite with his art. In the form of material images, drawings, collages, as well as sculptures and installations, he places his works of art as a reflection of the contemporary world relationships. He is influenced by a mixture of comic, pop, science-fiction and trash culture as well as art history, media and politics that surrounds him. The exhibition Apocalypse And Other Crazy Things is about…

Top Concerts in October

Top Concerts in October

More than one month ago we warned you about the exciting upcoming concerts taking place this fall. Now, we have already forgotten the hot days and the cold has jumped in our lives. It is Autumn season and October is coming with so many interesting concerts. Tuesday 2nd: The Fratellis (Strom). I’m sure you have danced to the Chelsea Dagger song, one of the most successful hits of this Scottish band. Friday 5th: Fazer (Jazzclub Unterfahrt). The atypical German “jazz” band don’t know about boundaries between genres. Their show will be something unique…

6. Chinesisches Filmfest München

6. Chinesisches Filmfest München

China meets Bavaria in the 6th edition of the Chinesisches Filmfest with a varied program with current films, documentaries, classics, and lectures. The festival works as a meeting point for intercultural dialogue and also as a way to see different facets of contemporary Chinese society with the point of view of filmmakers and other people in the film industry. Among other interesting and exciting films, we can watch on the 2nd of October, the silent movie from 1932 Struggling, with live music composed by the Beijing-born musician Deng Xiaomei, especially for the Munich performance….

Top Concerts in September

Top Concerts in September

September is the month of everything starts over and the time when officially the autumn begins. If you are a summer lover, we have the antidote to overcome the post-holiday depression: concerts and more concerts! Saturday 1st: Incubus (TonHalle). The legendary rock band from California is coming to Munich. The show is sold out, but you can try your luck at the door. Thursday 6th: Nobunny (Kafé Kult). We guarantee you are going to have a good time in this concert, for sure. Thursday 7th: Rick Astley (TonHalle). If you grew…

5 Lakes in Munich you should visit

5 Lakes in Munich you should visit

We are experiencing really hot days in Munich. If you live in an attic or you don’t have air conditioning, maybe these days are a nightmare for you, but you can always cope with the heat going to a lake or refreshing your feet at the Isar. If you like to swim, we recommend you 5 lakes you can find in Munich and you can easily reach by bike depending on where you live. Feringasee Super quiet lake located at the north-east of Munich. Here you can also make a…

Autumn is the concert’s season!

Autumn is the concert’s season!

We are just enjoying the sunny days of summer, but we can’t be distracted from the fact that in autumn the city will become a large festival. Usually, the best concerts are in October and November, and this year is not an exception. If you don’t want to regret it later, buy your tickets now and have a pleasant concert’s season. With music, you will forget the summer is over and even will be happy about the fall of leaves. September Sunday 3oth September: The Brian Jonestown Massacre (Technikum). Psychedelic and garage…

Top Concerts in August

Top Concerts in August

Most of you probably will go on holidays during the month of August, but for those who are staying in the city, we have some concerts to recommend: Until Sunday 5th: Free & Easy Festival (Backstage). A festival with free entry with different music genres, from punk, rock, metal, to reggae and alternative music. Friday 3th: Wolf & Moon (Backstage). Indie electro-folk duo whose concerts are full of energy. And the best of all, the concert forms part of the Free & Easy Festival and it’s for free. Thursday 9th: Joan As…

Film: Filmkunst Wochen

Film: Filmkunst Wochen

The different art forms have a lot in common. Music is influenced by cinema and vice-versa, fashion is influenced by paintings, and fine arts have a close relationship with films. Everything is mixed but not stirred and the boundaries are difficult to see when we talk about beauty in any of its forms. The Filmkunst Wochen is a film festival with an extense program shown in different and special cinemas across the city from 25th July to 15th August. If you missed some of the films shown at the Filmfest now you have…

Ana Pascual from Mucwalk: A new perspective of the city

Ana Pascual from Mucwalk: A new perspective of the city

Ana Pascual likes to rediscover Munich by taking beautiful and creative pictures of Munich’s corners, walls, perspectives and landscapes in, and out of the city. She publishes them into the Instagram account Mucwalk, a must-follow profile. We had the opportunity to talk with her about her favorite places in the city, architecture, and hidden gems. Tell us a little bit about yourself I’m Ana, an architect from Madrid who is living in Munich for three years now. I came to Germany because of work and because I have a special…

Cinema Iran

Cinema Iran

The Iranian cinema has a sensitivity and a particular way of explaining emotions and situations that affect the lives of every human being. A good example is the Abbas Kiarostami‘s film Taste of Cherry, a particular tale of a man who doesn’t want to live anymore. Iran is a country known for its convulse history, and this is something that influences their art in many ways. Munich celebrates the 5th edition of Cinema Iran this year when so many anniversaries are going on. The Iranian Revolution began in 1978, the…