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Museum Brandhorst is the most recent addition to Munich's Kunstareal (art district), built around the collection of modern art bequeathed by Anette Brandhorst and Udo Fritz-Hermann. The permanent collection comprises 20th– 21stcentury paintings, sculptures and installations by classical avant-garde artists, post-war European Modernists, and contemporary American artists. It is housed in a 3-storey long rectangular building on a trapezoidal plan designed by Sauerbruch Hutton, with a multi-colored façade of 36,000 vertical glazed ceramic batons. The museum has over 100 works by Andy Warhol including his 'Self Portrait', and 170 works by Cy Twombly including the 'Lepanto' series.

Highlights include Christopher Wool's 'Kidnapped', Bruce Nauman's '2 Heads on Pedestal', Damien Hirst's 'In This Terrible Moment', Mike Kelley's 'Dialogue #3', Jannis Kounellis' 'Parrot on Rimbaud', Sigmar Polke's 'The Three Lies of Painting', Gerhard Richter's 'Family after Old Master', John Chamberlain's 'Lilith', Eric Fischl's 'Living Room No. 3', Jeff Koons' 'Amore', and Alex Katz's 'Couple'.

Admission is €7.00 except Sundays when it is €1.00. A Day Pass with admission to other Kunstareal museums included is €12.00. Reduced admission is €5.00.

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Sun
10:00
18:00
Mon
Closed
 
Tue
10:00
18:00
Wed
10:00
18:00
Thu
10:00
20:00
Fri
10:00
18:00
Sat
10:00
18:00
About Museum Brandhorst

 Theresienstraße 35, Munich, Germany

 +49 89 238052286

 http://www.museum-brandhorst.de

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