Sculptures with fruit stands

Becoming – Blooming – Decaying

Sculptures by Martin Lorenz
"Becoming – Blooming – Decaying" is the title of an installation that Martin Lorenz created especially for the "Flowers Forever" event.
until 03.10.2023today: 09:00 - 18:00  

Botanical Garden Munich-Nymphenburg

More than twenty abstract, vertically aligned infructescent stems in monochrome white represent a minimalistic landscape in a state of becoming, blooming and dying. The white and the abstract forms of the sculpture form a strong contrast to the natural surroundings of the botanical garden.

The artist is interested in nature in all its different facets. Materials from nature are supplemented, revised or redesigned. Natural and human-influenced changes also flow into the work.

Since completing his studies at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe, Lorenz has regularly taken part in exhibitions at home and abroad. The artist's works are found in public and private collections.

Lorenz lives in Landau in the Palatinate. He is married to goldsmith Pilar Carim Ferrus. Both have their studios in St. Martin, Palatinate.


Botanical Garden Munich-Nymphenburg

in the Arboretum (open field)

Menzinger Str. 65
80638 München

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  • Event duration:

    09:00 – 18:00

  • Zeitraum:

    11.05. – 03.10.2023

  • opening hours:

    Monday until Sunday: 09:00 - 18:00

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Sculptures with fruit stands
Sculptures with fruit stands © Antje Naujokat
fruit stands
fruit stands © Lorenz
Martin Lorenz in his studio T10
Martin Lorenz in his studio T10 © Lorenz
© Botanischer Garten München-Nymphenburg


Botanical Garden Munich-Nymphenburg

Around 19,600 species and subspecies are cultivated in the Munich-Nymphenburg Botanical Garden, which covers an area of 21.2 hectares. The botanical garden is involved in national and international research projects. It has the task of collecting, examining, cultivating and exhibiting wild and cultivated plants from all over the world according to scientific criteria.