The 'Triadic Balet' by Oskar Schlemmer
Opera festival in Munich: The 'triadic Balet / Le Sacre du Printemps
The 'Triadic Ballet' is one of the incunabulums of Modern Dance, not least because of the costumes by painter, sculptor, choreograph and dancer Oskar Schlemmer. The Opera Festival in Munich honours the experimental ballet that had its debut in Stuttgart 1922 and was performed in the event of the Bauhaus exhibition in Weimar one year later. Almost sold-out, there are still tickets for July 14.
New page-flip catalogue Auction 120 is online
Browse online in the printed catalogue of the upcoming Auction 120 on May 19th/20th
Highly recommended: An artful excursion on 1st May
Are you up for a little joyride trough the 'Blue Country' retracing the steps of the 'Blaue Reiter'?
The Upper Bavarian countryside spoils us Munich residents with good food, world-best beers, lakes and art. What are we going to do on Labour Day? For example, take a trip to the Kochelsee. The Franz-Marc museum attracts with a special exhibition. 'Schöne Aussichten'displays works by the Blaue Reiter and Impressionists movements. 120 works of art give a profound survey of this interesting subject. Look forward to seeing the masterpieces by Franz Marc, Wassily Kandinsky, Gabriele Münter, Alexej Jawlensky, August Macke and Paul Klee interplaying with a choice of examples of international Impressionism. For refreshment, the Terrace Restaurant at Seehotel Grauer Bär will welcome you. With a view on the Kochelsee and the Alps, the fish and game dishes taste even better. If you would like to retrace Lovis Corinth's steps, you should continue your journey to the adjoining Walchensee. The Walchensee Museum houses the better part of the considerable amount of graphic work of the most expressive of the Impressionists of German History of Art. If you prefer a little exercise after lunch, go hiking on the Lovis-Corinth-Path. The easy route takes about one hour and you will pass seven commemorative plates documenting beautifully Corinth's work at the Walchensee.