Wild growth – Of becoming and passing away

Plant photography and earth images
The cycle of life of beauty and transience – represented through black and white plant photographs and earth painting on canvas.
until 23.04.2023today: closed  

SchauRaum in Ackermannbogen
Ackermannbogen e.V./KulturBüro

Viewing wild plants and the earth that produces them not only as an interplay in nature, but also as an artistic interplay – this is what Munich artists Bettina Lindenberg and Monika Lokau have joined forces for.

In the "Wild Growth" exhibition, Bettina Lindenberg shows grace and transience with her delicate, monochrome plant paintings – an unusual view of the wild carrot, the cardoon or the yarrow. The motifs, printed on fine lengths of fabric, show the special aesthetics of the plant structures, some of which appear almost abstract, in large format.

Monika Lokau dedicates herself to the element earth as an art form. Inspired by organic, plant structures, she reflects their interesting impression with earth painting on canvas. The result is images that challenge the viewer again and again the comparative view between the plant photographs and the image compositions painted with earth.


SchauRaum in Ackermannbogen

Entrance at the back building at the bicycle path

Therese-Studer-Str. 9
80797 München

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  • Zeitraum:

    16.03. – 23.04.2023

  • opening hours:

    Friday until Sunday: 16:00 - 19:00

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  • Note on access:

    Closed during the Easter vacations

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© Bettina Lindenberg


Ackermannbogen e.V./KulturBüro

The Ackermannbogen e.V. is a non-profit neighborhood association with a focus on neighborhood, environment and culture. The asscociation see itself as a forum for community spirit and civic engagement in one's own living environment. His  vision is to combine individual life with community and to enable a good life for all. So that home is more than just the place where we live.