Mandarin Oriental, Munich
has launched a special Kandinsky Package which celebrates “Absolute Abstract”; an extraordinary
Wassily Kandinsky’s retrospective taking place at The Lenbachhaus in
The package, which is available until 22nd February 2009, includes one night’s accommodation in one of Mandarin Oriental, Munich’s recently
renovated guestrooms, breakfast in-room or at the hotel’s award winning restaurant Mark’s and tickets for “Absolute Abstract”.
For the first time since 1966, The Lenbachhaus in Munich, is showcasing the entire collection of Wassily Kandinsky’s prints and graphic art. The exhibition, which features over 90 pieces by Kandinsky, has been made possible following a
collaboration between The Lenbachhaus in Munich, The Centre Pompidou in Paris and The Guggenheim Museum in New York; who between
them, hold the three largest collections of artwork by the world-renowned artist.
Kandinsky was a pioneer of abstract and modernist art, and his artistic innovation blossomed whilst he lived in Munich in the early 20th century.
Here he became the co-founder of an important expressionist art movement called “The Blue Rider”. The show “Absolute Abstract” finishes on
22nd February when it moves to Bonn and then to Paris and New York.
As one of Europe’s premier art capitals with three outstanding museums the Alte and Neue Pinakothek and the Pinakothek der
Moderne, visitors to Munich can indulge in a heady dose of painting and sculpture from Albrecht Dürer to Andy Warhol. Mandarin Oriental, Munich’s
talented concierge team will be delighted to put together an art lovers’ itinerary for guests, that showcases the best the city has to offer.
The “Kandinsky package”
is priced from Euro 389 per room for single occupancy and Euro 483 per
room for double occupancy, the package includes:
• One night’s
accommodation at Mandarin Oriental, Munich
• A la carte or buffet breakfast at the hotel’s restaurant Mark’s or in-room
• Tickets for the Kandinsky retrospective
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