Long Night of Museums in Munich
- Time of day6:00 PM until 12:00 AM
- Target groupsAdults, Teenagers
- RegistrationAll information about ticket sales can be found here.
Behind the colorful facade, very different works of contemporary art can be discovered during the Lange Nacht. “From Andy Warhol to Kara Walker. Scenes from the Collection” juxtaposes classics from the museum with recent acquisitions that are now being presented for the first time. On the upper floor, night owls can experience “La vie en rose. Brueghel, Monet, Twombly.” In “Untitled (Roses),” six monumental paintings with fragments of poems, Cy Twombly addresses traditional themes of floral symbolism: the intensity of memory, death and mourning, sensuality and eroticism, redemption, and freedom and loneliness. In dialog with this series of works, the exhibition explores the ambiguity of flowers in painting from the 16th century to the immediate present.
20.00 – 24.00: Art Information
The art information team answers questions about the exhibitions and gives short thematic introductions in the galleries.
Would you like to be inspired by contemporary art? Do you fancy an individual chat about art? Do you have questions about an artwork, but don’t want to join a guided tour? If so, the art information service is just what you need. During the “Long Night of the Museums” in Munich, the team will be available on all floors from 8 p.m. until midnight. We will accompany you to works of your choice in the current exhibitions and give you tips and hints for a better understanding.
Unfortunately, the lower level remains closed due to exhibition preparations during the Long Night.