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A balloon-like sculpture made of thin black fabric can be seen flying over the Olympic Stadium. The sun shines brightly from the deep blue sky.

Unknown flying object - an aerosolar sculpture by Aerocene and Tomás Saraceno in flight over the Munich Olympic Stadium © Foto: Courtesy Aerocene Foundation, Photography by Studio Tomás Saraceno

Larger international and local individual projects in urban space

Solo projects

Bridge Sprout

Atelier Bow-Wow

1 Aug 20 — 31 Dec 22

Bank of the Isar on the Schwindinsel

You can see a wooden part of the bridge that only extends halfway over the Isar. The green Isar flows below, framed by densely leafy trees on a summer's day.

Bavaria

Alicja Kwade

Mar 20 — Dec 22

Cornelius Bridge / Erhardt Street

In summertime Munich you can see three cyclists on a bike path, three passers-by are walking on the sidewalk to the right. On the far right in the foreground is a 160cm tall bronze statue of Bavaria. Without the martial attributes of lion and sword, she is shown at eye level with passers-by.

Aerocene Festival

Tomás Saraceno

6 — 11 Sep 19

Olympiaberg

A balloon-like sculpture made of thin black fabric can be seen flying over the Olympic Stadium. The sun shines brightly from the deep blue sky.

No Such Things Grow Here

Susi Gelb

21 Jul — 21 Aug 17

Max-Joseph-Platz, Odeonsplatz, Lenbachplatz

A video showing an eagle's head can be seen on a large screen at Max-Joseph-Platz. On the square, people sit in the shade of palm trees.

Dwelling Munich

Charles Simonds

11 May — 30 Jul 17

urban space Munich

A small-format work of art can be seen on a ledge of a house. It shows tiny dwellings, in the Pueblo style, built of red clay and tiny bricks.

Ballenernte

Michael Beutler

30 Jun — 10 Oct 14

Kunstareal München

On the lawn in front of the Alte Pinakothek lie two huge, colorful bales of straw.

Never Ever

Benjamin Bergmann

since 20 Oct 12

former Leibnitz Rechenzentrum

A basketball backboard is mounted on the roof of a tall building, jutting into the blue summer sky.