With skin and hair. Body pictures with Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Co.
- Time of day11:00 AM until 3:00 PM
- Duration240 minutes
- Participantsmax. 25 people
- RegistrationFor families with children from 6 years | Registration up to 30 minutes before the start from the information desk | Participation possible on any of the three days | In case of rain, the holiday program takes place in the art education room of the museum
- PriceIncluded in the admission price | Free admission for children and teenagers
Open holiday program with short guided tour and workshop at the Kunstmobil | Open Air |
On our three-day holiday program at Museum Brandhorst we're embarking on an adventure. In an exciting discovery tour through the galleries we will explore respresentations of the human body in works by Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Bruce Nauman. A funky mix of painting, photography, and even graffiti will provide all things body images. After the short tour you can get your creative juices flowing with different printing and painting techniques at the Kunstmobil: How do I see myself? How do others see me? And, how do I see others?
Day 1 | Andy Warhol – Screen printing and identity collages
Day 2 | Jean-Michel Basquiat – Sugar chalk painting and graffiti art
Day 3 | Bruce Naumann and Keith Haring – Charcoal drawing XXL and subway pictures
Tip: Don't forget to bring snacks and something to drink! Sit down on one of our Forever Young-picnic blankets or lounge in our sun chairs for a culinary break in between. You can also bring your own bags and t-shirts to the printing workshop for even more family fun.
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