Keiyona Stumpf at the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum

For one summer, the much-acclaimed young artist Keiyona Stumpf will set her latest creations in the Baroque and Rococo halls in an exciting relationship to the museum's top-class works of art. This intervention of structures, many of which resemble bizarre plants or enchanted organisms, provokes and challenges visitors to new visual experiences. In contrast, the disturbing counterpart gives a new perspective to the old art, and at the same time it sets the current creations, which emanate a peculiar fascination, into a demanding dialogue.

The exhibition is a contribution to the Flower Power Festival Munich 2023.

With the kind support of B. Michael Andressen in memory of Dr. Alfred Ziffer.

Krone Martyrium Hl Bartholomaeus




Thu 18.00 - 19.00 Bayerisches Nationalmuseum


Keiyona Stumpf at the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum. German guided tour.

Shrine quadrat

In preparation

Publication, ed. by K. Hantschmann, published by F. M. Kammel, ca. 60 p., 7 Euro.