Art: Public Art Munich 2018 – Maria Lind

Art: Public Art Munich 2018 – Maria Lind

Public Art Munich was launched in 2013, and its second edition has been celebrated since April 2018 and will last until July. Curated by Joanna Warszam, the program of this edition will include temporary installations, architectural pop-up interventions, exhibitions and conferences about different subjects. One of the events programmed for the next days is the exhibition My Munich Years by Maria Lind. The opening is taking place the next Saturday 9th of June from 6 pm at Kunstverein München. Maria Lind was the first female director of the Kunstverein München from 2002 to 2004, contributing…

Context Art Miami

Context Art Miami

Context Art Miami is a huge art fair celebrated in the state of Florida’s city with more than 125 international galleries participating in it. Every year, since 28th editions, Context Art Miami has attracted thousands of visitors and so many exhibitors to whom art is more than decoration, is a necessity. Emerging talents, transgressor contemporary art around the world and avid collectors meet at this fair. Because is not that easy to travel to Miami if you are leaving in Europe, Context Art Miami organize several events at international galleries,…

Lou Jaworski, “Nothing”

Lou Jaworski, “Nothing”

What it means “nothing”? Is it the unknown? Is it the absence of something? Lou Jaworski is a Polish artist that expose this questions in his latest exhibition, called Nothing. Recent graduate of the Munich Art Academy, he lives and works in Munich and Berlin. In his works, he uses the concepts of philosophy, experiential nature through art, the unknown, and the interplay between absence and presence. The external universe is something mysterious and bigger than us, and that’s what Lou shows in his works of art. You can visit the…

Comfort Zone / Carolin Weinert & Frenzy Höhne

Comfort Zone / Carolin Weinert & Frenzy Höhne

Life is not all roses. We hear continuously messages encouraging to follow our dreams, telling us to be positive and promising that if you work hard you will get what you want. All of this means going out our comfort zone, experience stressful situations and is not always as grateful as these motivational sentences promise. The exhibition Comfort Zone by Caroline Weinert and Frenzy Höhne explores the limits of the comfort zones of these artists making the visitor think about its own comfort zone and looking into the discomfort, the…

ArtMuc

ArtMuc

We have a new opportunity to enjoy of contemporary art from all over Europe in a new edition of Artmuc. This big fair, offers works of art of more than 100 artists from urban art, digital art, paintings, photography, sculpture, and much more. You can visit the fair if you are just looking for some inspiration or, on the contrary, if you want to buy a piece of art, mainly from German artists. On Thursday 19th there is a vernissage from 6 pm, and on Saturday and Sunday you can…

Open Art

Open Art

Munich is an arty city. When you walk through the streets, you can see and visit so many small galleries, as well as big museums, enjoying all kinds of art and design. Open Art is an art festival with guided tours in hip neighborhoods like Glockenbach and Maxvordstadt or famous places like Maximilianstr. or Odeonsplatz. Also, you can have a guided tour at the Lenbachaus museum about the propaganda exhibition After the fact or the exhibition Mentally yellow. If you are in love with industrial design, they offer one tour…

Vernissage: Après Sun by Julia Emslander

Vernissage: Après Sun by Julia Emslander

A new exhibition at Sommersalon awaits you. This time the artist Julia Emslander will be presenting her exhibition Après Sun. The summer is not ending yet, but maybe we are burned by the sun. Emslander captures the human behavior in all the facets of life. Her vision of politics and society has a little of criticism the viewer will appreciate, creating a conversation between the artist and the audience. Let her surprise you.

Anything but decorative

Anything but decorative

What is art? What is not? Here we have the eternal question. Sometimes we don’t understand contemporary art, or we look at some works of art, and we think that this could be done by a 5-year-old kid. Sometimes we just think about how will this painting look in our apartment, because we like the aesthetics. We need to look further to understand what’s the meaning of the piece, or what is the purpose of the artist. At least they cause an impression or a feeling to us. Art must be politic, revolutionary, meaningful, critic… Art…