Director General at Bayerisches Nationalmuseum in Munich
WHAT PROJECT ARE YOU WORKING ON AT THE MOMENT?
An exhibition about the Münnerstadt altar piece by Tilman Riemenschneider and Veit Stoß, titled “Art and Capital Offenses”. It will be open at the end of November at Bayerisches Nationalmuseum in Munich and will tell an exciting story!
WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE EPOCH/ART WORK?
My favourite has always been the Middle Ages, but I admire the modern and contemporary art too, because it’s so stimulating. In fact, there is no epoch I’m not interested in.
WHAT ARE YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT (BESIDES ART)?
To read thick books to relax, especially fiction, classic novels preferred.
WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT THE HIGHLIGHTS IN MUNICH?
It’s an essential place for all art lovers, especially for those who love surprises.
CURATOR’S CHOICE – WHAT ARE YOUR TOP 3 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE HIGHLIGHTS 2020?
Vera Mercer: Green. – It is so exhilarating and soothing.
Johann Gregor Höroldt: Bourdalou. – It is so crazy and luxurious.
Ferdinand von Reznicek: Pierrot. – He is so charming and dreamy.