Munich Part 1

Ok so this is NOT IN REAL time. This was part of my last trip to Munich a few weeks ago. Munich was fantastic, elegant and reliable as usual. I had several meetings and things to see, I'll be sharing over the next few days.

Lenbachhaus

The real reason we went to the Lenbach Museum was to see Olafur Eliasson's Wirbelwerk chandelier. I absolutely love his chandeliers for the Copenhagen Opera House, and this one, while different, was equally as captivating.

Lenbach Chandelier

Lenbach Chandelier

Of course, once we were there I couldn't help but look around the whole place. After seeing Eliasson's giant chandelier, meeting these two small box-shaped men by Erwin Wurm in the entrance hall of the villa was such a whimsical shift in scale and sensation.

Erwin Wurm

Erwin Wurm, 2008

We met a couple slightly more spooky chaps inside too.

Wurm

Erwin Wurm_little man

Erwin Wurm_Ambra and little man

As well as some of his brilliant shirts.

Little Arm

Little Arms

gallery

"Leonardo's Cat" by Isa Genzken, 2006

Reflecting in Gerhard Richter Reflecting in Gerhard Richter

Lights

Neon

Neon