On Saturday my creative buddy and I met up for an afternoon in Munich. The only plan was to visit the Keith Haring exhibition at the Hypo Kunsthalle http://www.kunsthalle-muc.de/ . Everything else would follow.
The exhibition was totally unexpected and inspiring. I especially liked his use of different and unusual material like truck tarpaulin and car doors.
After some lunch and armed with ice cream cones we ambled towards the Lenbachhaus, just because we have seasonal tickets and fancied a rest in its beautiful park.
We cruised past the blue horse by Franz Marc (her favourite) and my favourites, a series of cloud studies by Johann Georg von Dillis, a very important member of the Munich School, around 1800.
Sufficiently rested we headed off in search of drinks and sat down again for a light dinner. Do you know the urge on balmy summer evenings to walk and walk and walk?
After taking refreshments we then ambled off again towards the train station for my friend and to the tube station for myself, making plans for the future which involved sketching, shopping and driving her Vespa. What a Saturday well spent.