Tuesday, 1 April 2014


Thursday, 3 April: 
PHOTOGRAPHY: A great chance to see Henri Cartier-Bresson's and Sergio Larrain's retrospective, hosted by Kunstfoyer der Versicherungskammer Kunststiftung, Maximilianstr. 53. Free entry. Runs until 9 June, 9am until 7pm daily.

Friday, 4 April:
MUSEUM NIGHT: It's time for another Friday late at Villa Stuck! This time they have invited various artists to orchestrate scenes from Buñuel's surrealistic film »L’Âge d’Or«. Prinzregentenstr. 60. Free entry, from 11am until 11pm.

Saturday, 5 April:
DIY FAIR: Come for a bunch of creative workshops on knitting, crocheting, scrapbooking and all kinds of techniques at Munich's 19th Creativmesse, which will be running from Friday until Sunday, from 10am until 6pm. You can also buy some hand-made jewelry, textiles, beads, paper, etc. Sounds like fun! See a full list of event and participants here. MTC World of Fashion, Ingolstädterstr. 45, daytickets 6€.

OPEN STUDIOS: Artists are going to open their doors for the Open Westend. A perfect excuse to sneak into all those hidden back-yards and explore the beautiful artsy Westend. Have a look at the full programme and the map. Open on Friday 3pm-9pm, Saturday 12pm-8pm, Sunday 12pm-7pm.

Sunday, 6 April:
CINEMA: If you haven't done so yet, why not head to the cinema to watch Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel? The trailer looks very promising, starring such brilliant actors as Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray and many others. If you enjoyed Anderson's previous films such as Moonlight Kingdom as much as we did, you definitely shouldn't miss this one!
Here are some  options for watching it in English: Cinema, 4.55pm, tickets 9€. Museum Lichtspiele, 6.25pm, 8.45pm, 11pm, tickets 8.50€. City Kinos, 3.30pm, 6.10pm, 8.30pm, tickets 9€.

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