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Werke von Andy Warhol in der Sammlung Brandhorst im Museum Brandhorst in München, größte Andy Warhol Sammlung, Ausstellung 'Forever Young - 10 Jahre Museum Brandhorst'
Ausstellung 'Spot on: German Pop' im Museum Brandhorstmit Werken von  K.H. Hödicke Ausstellung 'Spot on: German Pop' im Museum Brandhorstmit Werken von  K.H. Hödicke
Kuratorin Monika Bayer-Wermuth führt durch die Ausstellung 'Alexandra Bircken: A-Z'. Führung mit Menschen, die pandiemiebedingt Masken im Museum Brandhorst tragen.
Keith Haring, Untitled (Self-Portrait), 1985, UAB 786aus der Sammlung Brandhorst Keith Haring, Untitled (Self-Portrait), 1985, UAB 786aus der Sammlung Brandhorst

The Brandhorst Collection
Lawler, Twombly, Warhol

Außenansicht Fassade Museum Brandhorst Architektur: Sauerbruch und Hutton

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Guided tour

Brandhorst Collection – Lawler, Twombly, Warhol

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Guided tour

Cy Twombly – Painting, Sculpture, Drawing

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Workshop

Pop-Up Factory: Material World

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Special guided tour

Pi.lots. Young guides provide information on selected works

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Cy Twombly, Untitled, 1970, UAB 450aus der Sammlung Brandhorst
Fabrikgelände mit großen Stahlblechskulpturen, in denen sich ein Mensch fortbewegen kann

SYMPOSIUM | FUTURE BODIES FROM A RECENT PAST

Contemporary sculpture is populated by hybrid techno-bodies. But such connections between technology and the body reach far back into modernity. The international symposium "Future Bodies from a Recent Past—Sculpture, Technology, and the Body since the 1950s" explores these lines of reference: On three evenings, leading theorists from various disciplines will discuss a multi-perspective history of contemporary sculpture.

Symposium | video archive
Andy Warhol, Mustard Race Riot, 1963

Essay: Sinister Pop – Gürsoy Doğtaş

Andy Warhol’s “Mustard Race Riot” is one of the key works of the Brandhorst Collection. In his essay, Gürsoy Doğtaş opens up a new perspective on the diptych: He places the focus of observation on the racist structures in the presentation of black civil rights campaigners.

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In the Spotlight

Jeff Koons *1955, Amore, 1988, UAB258aus der Sammlung Brandhorst
Jeff Koons Amore, 1988
Installationsansicht von Cy Twomblys Lepantosaal im Museum Brandhorst in München

The Collection

More than 1,200 works of art span an arc from the 1960s to the present. Highlights such as the world's most extensive collection of works by Cy Twombly, the largest collection of Andy Warhol's works in Europe, outstanding groups of post-modern works and international positions in contemporary painting are waiting to be explored.

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