The Exhibition

The whole museum Brandhorst is being used for this exhibition so it was great luck that I rented the audio tour for 3 Euro. If you are going to the museum, I suggest you rent the audio guide to immerse yourself in the exhibition (especially if you are unfamiliar with the German artists.)

The exhibition catalogue costs almost 40 Euro. I purchased the book because I wanted to remember the artists and look again at the artwork where my brain started to melt. (There is a lot of artwork to see on the three floors of the museum.)

Inspiring Artists for Munich Artists

Here are a few of the artists I found inspiring and which you should see before the exhibition ends.

Martin Kippenberger


Mimmo Rotella


Jacque de la Villegle


Raymond Hains

Louise Fishman


Albert Oehlen

Christopher Wool


Michael Majeurs

Example of Majerus work from the series untitled – Not specifically the work on display at museum

Monika Baer


Charline Von Heyl

Nicole Eisenman  (Her work is located on the ground floor and the top floor)


Sigmar Polke

A.I.R. Gallery

Rosemarie Trockel

Michaela Eichwald




Written by Emmy Horstkamp

Hi, my name is Emmy and I live in Munich, Germany. If you want to know about art me visit my art page www.emmyhorstkamp.com or visit me in Munich, Germany

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