Brandhorst Museum is set in the very heart of Munich culture, where a wide variety of museums like Egyptian Museum of Bavaria and Pinakothek der Moderne rise.
Inaugurated in 2009, Brandhorst has more than 3000 squared meters large exposition space, divided in 3 floors. The building was created by Sauerbruch-Hutton architecture studio: its exterior has 23 different colours which create different light tricks and effects depending on the perspective from where a person is watching.
This is the perfect place for modern art lovers, since the museum collects mostly masterpieces from 1945 to present days. The collection comprehends more than 700 pieces by Joseph Beuys, Andy Warhol e Cy Twombly, whom a whole floor was dedicated to.
Kunstareal München, Theresienstraße 35a, D-80333 München
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