Eleven bright ideas for a spring trip to Munich.
At the turn of the 16th century, no painter was considered as modern as Caravaggio. His use of light and shadow was both radical and new. An interview with curator Dr. Bernd Ebert.
For centuries, lighting has played a dominant role in painting. But then came the great age of abstraction. A conversation about the importance of light in art.
Cy Twombly’s Lepanto cycle in the Museum Brandhorst is a monumental study about life, history and light.
Michael Mayer of Mayer’sche Hofkunstanstalt presents the most spectacular church windows.
As soon as the first spring-like temperatures arrive in Munich, the city's restaurants and cafés begin the big chair shuffle. A convergence on a gastronomic social phenomenon.
Early in the morning, Munich develops its very own flair. Seven tips for all those who have already had a good night's sleep and want to start the day actively.
How will tomorrow's mobility look like? An interview with Jona Christians of the Munich based start-up Sono Motors.
BMW Welt is Munich's largest tourist attraction. Our author has never really understood why. Until now!
There are many places in Munich that truly shine with special moments and concepts of light. A tour from the Lenbachhaus to the Westpark and BMW Welt.
The Munich light feels special. Can this also be scientifically proven? An interview with Andreas Wojtysiak, a researcher for the Munich company Osram.
Creativity in Schwabing: tracing the steps of local heroes and global players with an official city tour guide of Munich. Read more
Munichs official visitor cards at a glance.
The architect and designer Steffen Werner has implemented numerous gastronomic projects in Munich. A tour through his favourite bars and clubs.
Sabine Unger heads up the Munich Creative Business Week (MCBW) and gets the chance to experience the Munich design scene up close and personal.
In a nutshell: the most important sights at a glance.