"Birth" by Miriam Ferstl

Opening "Wild Wreaths"

A traditional sujet from a new perspective
Nine artists show their interpretations of the floral wreath. Most of them will be present at the opening.
24.09.2023, 11:00

Party, Exhibition
Container Collective in Werksviertel – Atelier de Valerie
Curt Wills Foundation

During the course of the Flower Power Festival, the Curt Wills Foundation presented various exhibitions and artists in the Container Collective in the Munich Werksviertel. Now all these artists come together again and show their very own interpretations of the flower wreath. The circle closes in the truest sense of the word.

The flower-braided wreath has a long tradition, both in art history and in social life, dating back to ancient times. It is still worn today on a wide variety of occasions, given as a gift or hung on the door. It should welcome guests or embody farewell, keep evil spirits away or serve as jewelry on special occasions. How do artists see this traditional subject? And how do they perhaps reinterpret it?
This exhibition, curated by Miriam Ferstl, follows this approach.

At the vernissage on September 24th, at 11:00 a.m., many of the artists will be present.


Container Collective in Werksviertel – Atelier de Valerie

Atelierstr. 4
81671 München

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  • Gastronomic offer:

    Yes, drinks and food



This event is free of charge.

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  • Event duration:

    11:00 – 14:30

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"Birth" by Miriam Ferstl
"Birth" by Miriam Ferstl © Miriam Ferstl


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.