Exhibition in the Green Room

TWO VIEWS on Plants

3D photo exhibition by Sebastian Cramer
Large-scale, stereoscopic plant photographs will be on display.
until 01.11.2023today: 09:00 - 16:00  

Botanical Garden Munich-Nymphenburg

3D photographs of plants and historical specimens of the Botanical State Collection Munich – photographer Sebastian Cramer shows large-format images of his project TWO VIEWS. Viewed through 3D glasses, the seemingly familiar natural forms take on a quality all their own: Delicate and fragile, at times alien, the leaves and blossoms appear as they form into a photographic sculpture. A project about seeing and experiencing space. The modern, contemporary works prove that stereo photography, once so successful, but nowadays almost completely forgotten, has lost none of its original fascination. An outstanding experience for young and old.

Sebastian Cramer is a German director, cinematographer and photographer. As an expert in 3D, he has worked on various major 3D film projects.


Botanical Garden Munich-Nymphenburg

in the green room of the greenhouses

Menzinger Str. 65
80638 München

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5,50 €

4,00 € (reduced price)

Free admission for children and youth under 12 years (under 18 years reduced admission).
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  • Zeitraum:

    07.09. – 01.11.2023

  • opening hours:

    Monday until Sunday: 09:00 - 16:00

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Exhibition in the Green Room
Exhibition in the Green Room © Sebastian Cramer
Exhibition in the Green Room
Exhibition in the Green Room © Sebastian Cramer
Cracked thistle, stereoscopic photograph
Cracked thistle, stereoscopic photograph © Sebastian Cramer
© 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.