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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

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Mimmo Rotella

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Jacque de la Villegle

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Raymond Hains

Louise Fishman

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Albert Oehlen

Christopher Wool

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Michael Majeurs

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

Monika Baer

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Charline Von Heyl

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

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Sigmar Polke

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Rosemarie Trockel

Michaela Eichwald

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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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