Marie-Jose van de Loo, daughter of the previous owner, has continued the gallery's long-established program of exhibiting ... More
Galerie Marie-Jose van de Loo
Marie-Jose van de Loo, daughter of the previous owner, has continued the gallery's long-established program of exhibiting expressive painting from the 1960s, The gallery concentrates on artists from the COBRA and SPUR groups, as well as, to a more limited extent, expressive paintings by younger artists. Gunter Damisch, Franz Hitzler, Asger Jorn, Gustav Kluge, Henri Michaux, Heimrad Prem, Arnulf Rainer, Antonio Saura and Helmut Sturm are among the artists whose work is exhibited. There are also frequent exhibitions which give a snapshot of one of the periods featured in the gallery, such as the Situationist International.
Built from 1896 99 and funded by the City of Munich, this monument celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Treaty
of Versailles (1871). The golden mosaics in the hall depict nation, war, peace and victory. The Friedensengel, or Angel ...
Built between 1285 1347, Karlstor served as Munich's western city gate until Prince Karl Theodor ordered the city walls to
be demolished in 1791. Only the gate was left standing and was renamed after the prince. In 1899 1902 ...
Built for the 1972 Olympic Games, the Olympic complex is now used for a variety of leisure activities ranging from
sports events to concerts. The 287 meter (942 foot) high Olympic Tower boasts a stunning view of the city. ...