There are three new exhibitions in the Benedictbeuern monastery. Under the motto “Guardian spirit between autumn and winter”, Suzanne Lammerhirt-Brey exhibits “Artquilts” – textile murals in which she develops experiences and thoughts (east and south wings, daily, 9 am to 6 pm). She studied quilt design and fabric dyeing techniques in the USA. His style reflects the influences of Bauhaus and Abstract Expressionism.
Leonora Maria Planter depicts fragments of birds and sheep, flowers or trees on canvas. One of his favorite motifs is the birch, which he believes embodies lightness and purity. His Birkenblau exhibition will open on Saturday, September 24 in the west wing cloister (3:00 p.m.).
At the Center for Environment and Culture, Rosemary Rittmeier presents photographs of “witnesses of the past”. He worked intensively with stones. Anyone who thinks they’re just old and grey, can be pampered at ZUK (10am to 5pm daily). Entrance to all exhibitions is free.