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Small things big: Photo exhibition “Friends and Foes – Interactions between mikrobes and plants”

17. October 2023 | News | news-release | Uncategorized

Plants interact with countless microorganisms in their environment. Besides harmful pathogens, many microbes are beneficial for plant health. In the exhibition “Friends and Foes”, scientists from the TRR356 research network provide insights into these diverse communities.

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TWO VIEWS on Plants – Plants in 3D

16. October 2023 | news-release

A completely new perspective on plants is made possible by the 3D photo exhibition “Two Views on Plants” by Sebastian Cramer. The photographer utilizes a nearly forgotten technique: stereo photography. Exhibition: September 7th to November 1st, 2023 Alien looking plants in cyan and red suddenly unfold into voluminous photographic sculptures when viewed through 3D glasses. […]

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Sempervivum Rickshaw | Exhibition by Jane Le Besque in the Green Room

12. October 2022 | news-release | news-release

Exhibition period: October 7 – November 6, 2022 A platform for exploring diversity Sempervivum Rickshaw grew on a flat roof. A rosette of succulents, paintings, photographs, books, poems, artificial intelligence, music and ideas that spiraled from the source. Artist Jane Le Besque (Geneva) is at the center of this project, which is an interdisciplinary effort […]

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Regional crops in all their abundance | Harvest exhibition starts on September 24

20. September 2022 | news-release

20. September 2022 Special exhibition from September 24 to October 3, 2022 in the Winter Hall in cooperation with the Bayerische Landesanstalt für Landwirtschaft (LfL) and TAGWERK Förderverein e.V. Few people are aware of how many varieties of fruits, vegetables and grains have traditionally been grown in Bavaria. The Harvest Festival exhibition provides an insight […]

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Discounted entry with the Munich Pass

13. September 2022 | News

9. September 2022 With the Munich Pass, people with low incomes can receive discounts on local transportation, for numerous social services and leisure activities in the city. Munich Pass information campaign launched Around 265,000 of Munich’s 1.58 million residents have incomes that are well below the average. With the Munich Pass, the City of Munich […]

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Lively exhibition on the diversity of native species of mushrooms

7. September 2022 | News | news-release

September 6, 2022 Mushrooms – special exhibition in the winter hall from September 16 to 18, 2022 Organized by the Munich-Nymphenburg Botanical Garden in cooperation with the Verein für Pilzkunde München e.V. The mushroom exhibition has been a special highlight of the Botanical Garden’s late summer program for many years and is a must for […]

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Wunderkammer – Mushrooms, Overgrowths & Exotics | Exhibition from 9 September

2. September 2022 | News | news-release

September 2, 2022 Objects by Iris SchabertExhibition in the Green Room from 9 to 29 September 2022 +++ The event has been extended to September 29. +++ In the Green Room of the Munich-Nymphenburg Botanical Garden, Iris Schabert presents her art objects inspired by nature in the “Wunderkammer”. Es geht ihr nicht um eine Abbildung […]

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Review | Avantgarde Exhibition

18. August 2022 | News | news-release

On August 15, 2022, Evalie Wagner’s exhibition Avantgarden was on view for the last time in the Winter Hall of the Munich-Nymphenburg Botanical Garden. Avantgardening is what Austrian artist and designer Evalie Wagner calls her interventions with and in nature. From July 15 to August 15, Wagner showed a special installation in the Winter Hall […]

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200 Years of Gregor Mendel: Varied Birthday Program on July 23 and 24 at the Munich-Nymphenburg Botanical Garden

7. July 2022 | news-release

July 7, 2022 On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of Gregor Mendel’s birth, the Munich-Nymphenburg Botanic Garden, together with partners from science and education, is organizing the thematic focus “It’s the mixture that counts – hybrids in nature and culture”. A summer festival on July 23 and 24 will offer entertainment for all ages. […]

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Rare wild bee discovered in the Munich-Nymphenburg Botanical Garden

6. July 2022 | news-release

June 30, 2022 Many rare and often endangered plant species are propagated and grown in conservation cultures of botanic gardens. This also serves nature conservation: Botanical gardens with their large number of plant species are also an excellent habitat for many native animal species. A very rare native wild bee has now been discovered in […]

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