Keiyona Stumpf in the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum
The extraordinary works of artist Keiyona Stumpf initiate new impulses in juxtaposition with the baroque works of art.
until 15.10.2023today: 10:00 - 17:00  

Bayerisches Nationalmuseum

As a contribution to the Munich Flower Power Festival, the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum is placing current works by the much-acclaimed young ceramic artist Keiyona Stumpf in an exciting relationship with top-class works of art in the Baroque and Rococo halls. The bridge-building challenges visitors to new visual experiences and allows them to discover new aspects in both the old and the modern works through the juxtaposition.

Keiyona's detailed large-format "Crown 1", for example, with its red tones, adds the missing colour of blood to a bronze sculpture of the flayed Bartholomew, thereby intensifying the viewer's sense of cruelty. Conversely, the bronze offers a possible level of interpretation for the abstract modern work. As the artist herself points out, her objects are inspired by the beauty and complexity of nature and invite a variety of associations. Everything seems to be in motion, although the fired clay objects are naturally solid and rigid. Ambivalences like in the Baroque.


Bayerisches Nationalmuseum

Prinzregentenstr. 3
80538 München

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  • Zeitraum:

    11.05. – 15.10.2023

  • opening hours:

    Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00
    Thursday: 10:00 - 20:00

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Shrine © Keiyona C. Stumpf
© Bayerisches Nationalmuseum, Foto Stephan Rumpf


Bayerisches Nationalmuseum

The Bayerisches Nationalmuseum on the Prinzregentenstrasse in Munich is one of the largest museums in Germany. It displays exceptional art from late antiquity up to art nouveau as well as a unique take on European cultural history in Bavaria. Apart from the considerable permanent collections the museum also displays regular studio exhibitions as well as special exhibitions with prestigious loaned works.