Am Muttertropf

On the mother drip

Maximilian Gutmair
The visual artist and florist shows a ceramic fountain work as a homage to the creative.
until 28.05.2023today: 11:30 - 18:30  

Container Collective in Werksviertel – Atelier de Valerie
Curt Wills Foundation

The exhibition pays homage to the mother and the creative, while at the same time pointing to the over-sexualization and objectification of women in our society, which often pushes valuable natural processes into the background. The artist and florist Maximilian Gutmair points to the power of creation, which not only becomes particularly evident at the beginning of a new life in the womb, but also corresponds to the basic principle of Mother Earth in all her forms.

For this purpose, he creates a ceramic fountain in which the water pours over vulvas and breasts to be received by male heads in the third bowl. The work is a celebration of life, the artist's basic message is: The humans are part of nature and, like everything else, are subject to the eternal cycle of growth and decay, which the water of the fountain is intended to symbolize.


Container Collective in Werksviertel – Atelier de Valerie

Ground floor, the exhibition is visible from the outside.

Atelierstr. 4
81671 München

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  • Gastronomic offer:

    Yes, drinks and food



This event is free of charge.

Further information

  • Zeitraum:

    15.05. – 28.05.2023

  • opening hours:

    Monday until Saturday: 11:30 - 18:30

  • Note on access:

    Open on Sundays by appointment. Please register at

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Am Muttertropf
Am Muttertropf © Maximilian Gutmair


Curt Wills Foundation

The Curt Wills Foundation promotes contemporary art, song, dance and music and sees itself as a bridge builder between the disciplines. Artists are supported and encouraged on their way in exhibitions, with an annual sponsorship award and with a residency. The founder particularly believes in the power of art and culture in our society and is also interested in an interdisciplinary approach.

The foundation has achieved what the founder has practiced all his life: Bringing beautiful things together, viewing art, nature, water, people as an inseparable unit of life and creating opportunities to shape this immediate with the means of art.