Conservative Stadtmuseum München opens up to Urban Art

Klone, Moses Taps, Christian Minke
Klone, Moses Taps, Christian Minke

Galeria Autonomica

Last month the City Museum of Munich, Germany, held an exhibition that featured artists from Europe, Asia, and Australia. They were connected by their confident artistic position, focusing on their artistic statement rather than creating easily accessible and understandable works.

The curators Christian Minke and Christoph Pankowski believe that now it’s more important than ever to promote those artists and artworks free from commercialized interest and help them express their subversive views without aesthetic compromises.

The exhibition Galeria Autonomica was also the premiere of Live at the Museum, a Public Delivery project that started in 2011. Since then, 32 films in 12 countries on four continents have been produced.

Artists

1UP, André Hemer, Attila Stark, Balázs Szabó, Bianca Kennedy, Brad Downey, Christian Minke, Daniel Weissbach, Eliot, Felix Kraus, Frank Balve, Filippo Minelli, Josephine Kaiser, Klone, Leonid Hrytsak, Malte Sänger, Markus Butkereit, Markus Mai, Martin Meschede, Moses & Taps, Paul Hiller, Thekra Jaziri, Veronika Christine Dräxler, Volker Ruprich, Young-in Son

Photos

Klone - Free Party, First Snow
Klone – Free Party, First Snow
Christian Minke - Schleifkeil
Christian Minke – Schleifkeil
Moses & Taps (installation view)
Moses & Taps
Moses & Taps - Kernschmelze, Label
Moses & Taps – Kernschmelze, Label
Denk - 1UP
Denk – 1UP
Frank Balve
Frank Balve
Frank Balve - Box
Frank Balve – Box
Paul Hiller - Leuchtkästen
Paul Hiller – Leuchtkästen
Andre Hemer - Live at the Museum
André Hemer – Live at the Museum
The Swan Collective - If a tree grows up to heaven, its roots reach down to hell
The Swan Collective – If a tree grows up to heaven, its roots reach down to hell

All images courtesy of Christian Minke & the artists.

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