“Meet Us”- Our Pi.lots
- Time of day11:30 AM until 1:00 PM
- Duration90 minutes
- RegistrationNo registration necessary
- PriceIncluded in admission charge
For its anniversary, Museum Brandhorst is presenting its collection anew. Works that have not been on view for a long time will be shown, but also pieces that have come into the collection since the museum opened in 2009 and which could not be made accessible to the public until now. Over the course of the anniversary weekend, the museum’s curators and conservators will present their favorite pieces, including important highlights, but also more recent contemporary positions. This part of the celebration will see our pi.lots, teenagers 14 years and older interested in art, to present selected works of art.
Meeting point at the information desk in the foyer.
Looking and Seeing. Drawing in Front of Originals
with Jess Walter We encounter the works in the museum with paper and pencil. The idea is not to copy the originals, but instead to individually feel and transform what you see. We pay attention to directional relationships, movements, contrasts, line structures, and interrelationships of forms.Playful drawing exercises ease the beginning and support personal access to the works. WhaGo to the event
The family tour is taking place at the same time as the regular public guided tour.What is Dad’s favorite artwork? Which color thrills Grandma the most? Does your sister see something else in the painting than you do? The family tours at Museum Brandhorst aim to explain the exhibition to families in a playful and entertaining way. The young and the old can experience the musGo to the event
At First Hand: On "Forever Young" (with Jacob Proctor)
The curators of Museum Brandhorst will take you on a tour providing first-hand information.Go to the event
Let’s Talk about Art
EVERY LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH, 4 P.M.30-MINUTE TALK, FOLLOWED BY A DRINK IN THE CAFÉ Artworks attract our attention in many different ways. Their emotional effect can differ greatly. Beyond art-historical categorization, this event seeks to encourage conversation about how art resonates within us. Each month, different people select a piece from tGo to the event
Between identity politics and collective neurosis – Art and society from Andy Warhol to Damien Hirst
Since the 1960s many artists have addressed questions of identity in their works, with reference to skin color, sexual orientation or social class. They celebrate these identities, but also make discrimination visible. Together we look at artworks that focus on the theme of identity and contrast them with pieces that examine the desire for optimization and the collective neuroses of our performancGo to the event