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Brandhorst Flag Commission: Nora Turato

Permanent exhibition

Cy Twombly at Museum Brandhorst

Press release

From Andy Warhol to Kara Walker. Scenes from the Collection

28 February 2023 until 14 July 2024, ground level

Opening: 28 February 2023

Exhibition: 28 February 2023 until 14 July 2024

Press preview and interviews on request



In spring 2023, Museum Brandhorst will present its collection in a fresh light. The ground floor galleries are now designed as a series of modules bringing together specific themes, historical events, and individual artists, spanning topics such as the relationship between painting and protest, as well as monographic exhibitions dedicated to Andy Warhol, Kara Walker and Pope.L. An area of focus is the combination of newly acquired recent works with classical works from the museum’s holdings. The exhibition aims to highlight how contemporary art—through its subject, its method of creation, or its philosophical reflection—establishes a mutually reinforcing conceptual relationship with our lived reality.


Curated by Achim Hochdörfer




Press photos

Andy Warhol, Rolling Stones – Love You Live (Mick Jagger), 1975, UAB 540aus der Sammlung Brandhorst

Andy Warhol, “Rolling Stones – Love You Live (Mick Jagger)”, 1975

Pope.L, “Party Room,” 2001

Kara Walker, “Miss Rona’s Hello,” 2020

Jacqueline Humphries, “Untitled,” 2008

Alex Katz, "Paul Taylor Dance Company,“ 1963-64

Thomas Eggerer, “Corridor,” 2020

Jean-Michel Basquiat 1960–1988, Ohne Titel, 1983, UAB 20aus der Sammlung Brandhorst

Jean-Michel Basquiat, “Untitled,” 1983

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