White flowers

Gardens Unseen

An imaginative journey to our future gardens
Blazing heat and lack of rain! How is the climate crisis changing our gardens? The floral works of the artist dare to look ahead.
until 03.10.2023today: 15:00 - 19:00  

Kunsttreff in Moosach
Cornelia Weber Floral Art & Photography

As a teenager Cornelia Weber began experimenting with an analog SLR camera and developing her photos in an improvised darkroom in the attic of her parents' house. Later, she produced photo stories for German and international magazines for many years, and in 2019, she finally began growing the flowers she works with herself in her garden and on a small leased field. Her closeness to the growth cycle of plants, natures’ constant creation and decay, the hardship of cultivation, but also the deep satisfaction that comes with seeing what has been sown sprout and flourish, have given her floral works new aesthetic impulses. Her photography now no longer shows the flower merely as a decorative element, but takes up questions about the consequences of the man-made climate crisis and the change in values in our society.


Kunsttreff in Moosach

Donauwörther Str. 51
80997 München

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Cornelia Weber Floral Art & Photography

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Further information

  • Zeitraum:

    29.09. – 03.10.2023

  • opening hours:

    Friday: 18:00 - 21:00
    Saturday: 15:00 - 19:00
    Sunday: 15:00 - 19:00
    Monday: 15:00 - 19:00
    Tuesday: 15:00 - 19:00

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White flowers
Woodland © Cornelia Weber
Field © Cornelia Weber
Farewell Flowers
Farewell Flowers © corneliaweber
Kunsttreff in Moosach
Kunsttreff in Moosach © Ingrid Müller


Cornelia Weber Floral Art & Photography

As a freelance photographer Cornelia Weber's main subject is floral still life photography and the production of editorial photo stories for magazines. Via her website, she sells fine art prints and postcards. She also offers workshops in floral design and photography. She works with sustainably grown flowers from her garden or from other members of the Slow Flower Community.