Wassily Kandinsky and Gabriele Münter—we know them as leading figures of the Blue Rider. Yet the two were close collaborators for years before the artists' group was founded. The exhibition undertakes a pioneering reconstruction of their itinerant life between 1902 and 1908. The pair traveled widely and light, working under the open sky to create paintings in small formats and photographs. Oil sketches produced right in front of the motifs and photographs show scenes and sceneries in and around Kallmünz, Rotterdam, Tunis, Rapallo, Paris, and other destinations. Among these works are oil studies, photographs, and sketchbooks by Gabriele Münter that have never been on display in an exhibition. Letting us observe the two partners' unusually close shared engagement with the same motifs and creative techniques, they also illustrate how each developed his or her own and personal perspective on the settings in which they found themselves.