Museum Brandhorst

Theresienstraße 35 a munich

49 (0) 89-23805-2286

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Architecture buffs should see the Museum Brandhorst, in a building with a multi-hued, ceramic-slabbed façade that was quite controversial when it opened in 2009. It features the private modern collection of Udo and Anette Brandhorst, including pieces by Warhol, Baselitz, Richter, Basquiat, Polke and Hirst. Brandhorst was particularly passionate Cy Twombly, and with some sixty works, this is one of the largest Twombly collections outside the U.S.

Written by Simone Girner

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