Flower portraits by H. Wendling


Plants – Flowers – Blossoms – Botany
An interdisciplinary group exhibition on the theme of art meets botany.
until 01.07.2023today: 15:00 - 18:00  

Galerie Gerhard Grabsdorf

"Celebrating Nature in the City" is the motto of the Flower Power Festival Munich 2023. For this purpose, the gallery invites gallery and external artists to an interdisciplinary group exhibition.

There is only the theme "Plants - Flowers - Blossoms - Botany" as a default. The realization is up to the artists.

The exhibition takes place in the rooms of the gallery Gerhard Grabsdorf - despite or just because the gallery owner suffers from hay fever. It shows a variety of artworks, as only nature can produce and all in their own way thematize the power and diversity of flowers and plants. The artists have chosen very different approaches and deal with the subject in their own personal way.

Artists: Elsa Nietmann, Hanne Kroll, Josephine Kaiser, Sylvia von Miller, Susanne Urban, Eliot the super, Tibor Bozi, Herbert Wendling, Jörg Preuss, Herr Karl, Hans Wissmeyer and Gerhard Grabsdorf


Galerie Gerhard Grabsdorf

Aventinstr. 10
80469 München

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This event is free of charge.

Further information

  • Zeitraum:

    31.03. – 01.07.2023

  • opening hours:

    Thursday, Saturday: 15:00 - 18:00
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 15:00 - 18:00

    closed on:


  • Note on access:

    Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and for other appointments please make an appointment: For this purpose please call 089. 21 03 13 01 or make an appointment online via the online reservation.

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Flower portraits by H. Wendling
Flower portraits by H. Wendling © H. Wendling, Galerie Gerhard Grabsdorf
Selection of images from the exhibition pB³
pB³ – Group exhibition © Galerie Gerhard Grabsdorf
Gallery Gerhard Grabsdorf
Gallery Gerhard Grabsdorf © Gerhard Grabsdorf


Galerie Gerhard Grabsdorf

Founded in 2010, the gallery in Munich's Gärtnerplatz district focuses on showing historical and contemporary photography as well as contemporary, established and emerging national and international artists in the field of painting and sculpture. In recent years, kinetic art has become another focus of the gallery.