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Brandhorst Flag Commission: Nora Turato

Permanent exhibition

Cy Twombly at Museum Brandhorst

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Museum Brandhorst
Theresienstraße 35A 80333 München
Installationsansicht „Future Bodies from a Recent Past – Skulptur, Technologie, Körper seit den 1950er-Jahren“ im Museum Brandhorst
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Art information on “Future Bodies from a Recent Past”

  • Time of day2:00 PM until 4:00 PM
  • Target groupAdults
  • RegistrationNo registration necessary

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What is the exhibition "Future Bodies from a Recent Past" actually about? What materials are the sculptures made of? How many light bulbs light up in Atsuko Tanaka's "Electric Dress"? And what do they mean? The art information desk will answer all your questions about the works on display on the ground floor and in the basement of the Museum Brandhorst. Our art educators are always available to answer questions and offer suggestions to take a closer look at the works.

 

Art can fascinate, confuse, inspire. We’d love to know how you experience our exhibitions. Every Sunday, our art information service answers your questions about the artworks and gives you tips about our programs.

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