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Permanent exhibition

Cy Twombly at Museum Brandhorst

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Museum Brandhorst
Theresienstraße 35A 80333 München
Kunstvermittlerin erklärt Besucher:innen Werk 'Untitled (Roses)' von Cy Twombly im Museum Brandhorst in München in Rahmen von Führung 'Höhepunkte der Sammlung Brandhorst'
Introductory tour

Highlights Museum Brandhorst

  • Time of day6:30 PM until 7:30 PM
  • Target groupsAdults, Teenagers, Teachers
  • Participantsmax. 15 people
  • RegistrationTour included in the price of admission | Please pick up your ticket at the information desk about 15 minutes before the tour starts | Free tickets for children and young people under 18 years

Description

“Future Bodies from a Recent Past” brings to life a hitherto little-noticed phenomenon in art and sculpture in particular: the mutual interpenetration of body and technology. After a brief visit of the special exhibition, we take a look at the museum’s high-tech architecture and examine the significance of the corporeal in Cy Twombly’s paintings.

 

This tour is held in English.

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