Today it is raining.

What do you like to do when it is pouring? I like to sit in my kitchen and create art while a soup simmers on the stove.  That is the plan for later this afternoon after I grab a hard drive and start backup my computers for their annual clean.

If you are feeling like buying something artsy instead of creating art, there are a few places to  go this weekend.  You can:

Drive to Regensburg for the Kunstmesse Regensburg from Friday – Sunday.

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or stay in town and visit April McGee-Riess and Katrin Klug on Sunday at Selbstgmacht – Die Kreative Dult @ Hofbräukeller München Innere Wiener Straße 19, 81667 Munich, Germany from 1000 to 1900.

Not feeling like shopping?  How about experiencing art in action. On Saturday, Super + Flug Des Phoenix will be in the Pinakothek der Moderne from 1000 until 1400.

Here is some information for next week just in case I don’t post early enough in the week and you need to plan more than a few days in advance.

MONDAY

  • The platform will have an event “Fliegen Retten in Deppendorf” @ Kistlerhofstr. 70, 81379 Munich, Germany.  The event is a talk with Frank and Patrik Riklin and Dr. Reckhaus.
  • Kunstverein München is presenting “Feminist Land Art Retreat, Two Too Serious Ladies” on Monday November 23rd from 7.00pm to 9.00pm Galeriestraße 4, 80359 Munich, Germany

Thursday

Go see the opening show for the Frida Gallery (Frida Galerie) The gallery is a coop showing artwork from member artists including Tanja Hirschfeld.  The space is located at Baaderstrasse 15.  The event starts at 1800.

Friday

Short time Galerie begins their annual Holiday existence at St. Anna Platz showing works by Tanja Hirschfeld I Yeonsoo Kim I Steffen Kern I Martin Sander I Pia Winkenstern I Michaela Wühr I Peter Boerboom & Carola Vogt I Julia Pfaller

Ray Moore is having a party on Friday November 27th at Miao, Dachauerstrasse 14, 80469 Munich, Germany. Maybe he will be wearing his new fashion line and singing his rap song?

There is also a benefits concert-Munich Musicians for Refugees @ IG Feuerwache, Ganghoferstr. 41, 80339 Munich starting at 1900.

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Saturday

Applaudissement has organised an exhibition at Arthaus Neuhausen showing works from Joachim Lischka, Peter Kohout, Max Ackermann, Stefan Schlotterbeck, Heike Wiebke, Gerd Matschke, Jürgen Bauer, Elwood, Brigitte Yoshiko Pruchnow, Ulli Schmeling, Peter Adacker, Emmy Ann Horstkamp, Justin Koller, Susanne Nawroth, Manuela Illera,gabriele, Iliana Beshkova, Niko Vartiainen, Knut van Bris, Elzemieke de Tiége, Hazel Ang, Hubertus Breuer, Nina Schmid, Wencke Rowek, stan lafleur, Bobbie Komarek, Stefan Maier, Katrin Klug, Josef Maria Hader, Bärbel Wolfmeier, Christian Engelken, Maud Gravereaux, Knut van Brijs, Tina Schlegel

The exhibition opens with a party on November 28th and artwork will be up on the walls until January 10th.

Party starts @1900 Nibelungenstr.3, 80639 Munich, Germany (very close to the Rotkreuz Platz Ubahn stop).

Enough already? Enough already.  Put these dates in your calendar and I look forward to seeing you at some of them.  Just remember, I’m an early bird so you will rarely see me hanging out til the end of anything except when I’m the hostess with the mostest.

Have a great weekend.

PS I will explain Applaudissement in a post tomorrow. Promise.  Not that you were worried or wondering but I think you should know about it and support it and maybe even buy an issue of this tiny art magazine Bernhard prints them.

 

 

 

Written by Emmy Horstkamp

Hi, my name is Emmy and I live in Munich, Germany. If you want to know about art me visit my art page www.emmyhorstkamp.com or visit me in Munich, Germany

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