Tag Archives: München

Landart Munich?

Ever wondered whether there may be any landart in Munich?

Well, search no longer. There is. There probably wouldn’t have been any without storm “Niklas” 2015. It was then that some Munich residents around instigator Lore Galitz decided to knuckle down to work with and for nature. 


land art and bark beetles

As both local and international press Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Muenchner Merkur, Hallo Muenchen or Sendlinger Anzeiger reported, this is a highly fugacious, creative yet sustainable piece of work.


“Ringe”, Sept 2016

Feeling sad about the destruction, being able to see the good in change, fearing climate changes: one could NOT notice the changing looks of “Sendlinger Wald”. With its 60 ha (Westpark has 70 ha) it is popular with dog owners, athletes, fresh air enthusiasts. And Land artists.


“der Stier” Apr 2016


“der Stier” Sept 2016

In case you visit Munich for Oktoberfest make sure you see this very interesting piece of work. And do NOT miss “Kunst in Sendling” – one of the oldest parts of Bavaria’s capital then opens its doors to present work of local artists. “Suedpart” will contribute to this exciting arts event by putting on yet another guided tour on

8th October 2016, 2pm and

16th October 2016, 2pm


“Schatzsuche” (in the dark), Sept 2016

We look forward to seeing you!


“passage”, Sept 2016


Storycamp – Google+.

Storycamp 2012 took place in Salzburg / Sound of Music-Country

“Be there or square”, I thought. Travelling with lovely @doschu getting up early and hasten to Munich Hbf was pure pleasure. Upon arrival we were greeted with a beer!


And there were real life STORY TELLERS I am thrilled to say. The location was truly cool / Stieglbräu. With excellent facilities, even the bathroom carried their logo (red steps on white ground) …


The barcamp style event focused on knowledge management, stories (obviously!) and – juice.

It was such fun, hope we meet in MUNICH next time around!

How many minutes work for a “Big Mac”

How many minutes work for a “Big Mac”

So you’re not a tourist – you live here? Lucky you. Munich is probably THE most beautiful city in the world.

Let’s talk about finances now. And let’s assume the global currency should be a hamburger of a certain globally active food company. In Munich, you’d have to work 15 minutes to earn such a hamburger.

“Eat – or pay the rent?”, I overheard a conversation of two young women standing in the lunch-time sun (no, not outside McDonalds) discussing finances. Widespread phenomenon? In Germany’s larger cities the income usually is equally high. Having said that, do hairdressers, teachers, bus-drivers heavy earners? Not really. We require their services but the housing situation in Munich is driving them out of town.

Perhaps rather be a tourist again?

Dear Mr. President I | Malerei


Today I’d like to introduce to you a very talented Munich lady indeed. I met her when life for me was not exactly on the sunny side. Ariane, too has known both valleys and mountain tops to wander. Just in time it seems, she did a portrait of the re-elected B. Obama. Congratulations to you both !

Oktoberfest 2012 – “Torkelei und Tradition”

Geführter Rundgang über die Wiesn. Alles Wissenswerte über das weltgrößte Volksfest, das Bier und die traditionellen Fahrgeschäfte.

Nur noch wenige Plätze frei bei unseren beliebten Wiesnrundgängen. Jeden Tag 10 Uhr, Treffpunkt U-Bahn Theresienwiese, links am MVV-Ticket-Container, Ab 17.09.2012, nur bei größeren Gruppen Voranmeldung nötig.

Warum war und ist die altertümliche Holzrutschbahn auch heute noch solch ein “Hingucker”? Wer war die Steilwand-Kitty? Warum geht man in’s Hippodrom? Wie stark ist ein Floh und wo fängt man sich einen?

Das Oktoberfest ist eines der kräftigesten Zugpferde in Münchens Wirtschaftsleben: Ihr Bier wir Ihnen nach dem gemütlichen Rundgang noch viel besser schmecken!

Dauer etwa 90 Minuten. Immer wieder gern gebucht für Geburtstage, Betriebsausflüge und internationale Teams (dt/engl). Noch heute buchen auf: Sound of Munich Tours