CANCELED | Pop-Up Factory at Museum Brandhorst
- Time of day12:00 PM until 4:00 PM
- Duration240 minutes
- RegistrationNo registration required. It is possible to join in at any time. Limited number of spaces.
- PriceIncluded in entrance fee.
OPEN WORKSHOPS FOR VISITORS OF ALL AGES IN THE LOUNGE OF MUSEUM BRANDHORST (1ST FLOOR)
On the last Sunday of every month, our lounge on the first floor is transformed into a Pop-Up Factory. There, visitors of all ages can get creative in small, practical workshops, talk to our friendly team about art, discuss our exhibition and its relationship to everyday social issues. The program also offers numerous impulses for exploring our museum in a whole new way. Very much in the spirit of our collection’s focus on Andy Warhol and the comprehensive anniversary exhibition “Forever Young”, the main topic from January to March is “Consumption”.
No prior knowledge necessary.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
CANCELED | The dark side of Pop Art
The Pop Art artists, especially Andy Warhol, glorified the icons of pop culture and were the first to show consumer goods and the products of the mass media in art. At the same time, their works also addressed the downside of capitalism and consumer culture, such as the obsession with superficialities. The tour shows how Pop Art could become, at one and the same time, a phenomenon of both mass culGo to the event
CANCELED | Pi.lots: Teenagers talk about their favourite artworks
On the last Sunday of each month, the Pi.lots, young art experts, provide information about their favourite works and look forward to a dialogue with the visitors. In a one-week special seminar under the guidance of artists, designers and art historians, the young people learn about the background and connections between modern art and design and are trained as museum guides in the Pinakothek derGo to the event
CANCELED | 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
CANCELED | MVHS I Forever Young - 10 Years Museum Brandhorst
Since opening in 2009, the high-profile collection of Museum Brandhorst has grown from 700 to over 1200 works of art. Important works by Ed Ruscha, Keith Haring, Louise Lawler, and Albert Oehlen have joined the ranks of Andy Warhol, Cy Twombly, Jean-Michel Basquiat, or Sigmar Polke. Significant positions of contemporary art - from Seth Price and Wolfgang Tillmans to Charline von Heyl and Laura OGo to the event
CANCELED | Long live painting! Painting from the 1960s to today
The death of painting has been declared at regular intervals ever since the invention of photography, its significance deemed obsolete. Based on selected works from the 1960s to the present day, you can discover here how painting as a medium has not merely defended its position in art, but how it also picks up on and reflects on changes in image culture, from photography to television to social meGo to the event