Last Friday, after months of saying, “Hey, I should ride into town with Roland some morning and use the U-Bahn to explore while he’s at work” I finally did. My destination was the Lenbachhaus, which owns the world’s largest collection of work by Der Blaue Reiter, a group of early-20th century painters who worked mostly in Bavaria. I first encountered these artists in Milwaukee (Gabriele Münter was a particular favorite of donor Mrs. Harry L. Bradley). The museum also houses some modern and contemporary German art.
Of course I got lost coming out of the U-Bahn, but it was a nice-enough day–not too hot–and I was lost in an interesting neighborhood with a camera.
Instead of torturing you with 112 photographs of walls, how about some of the cats I met?