collection

Mixed Zone

Dialogues between art and design

exhibition to 05.09.2021

Painterly

From Warhol and Twombly to Today - Paintings from the Museum Brandhorst

collection

Temporary closure

of Neues Museum

Temporary Closure

Due to the measures adopted by the federal government containing the corona pandemic, Neues Museum remains closed until further notice. We thank you for your understanding.

Current

Ausstellung "Painterly.Von Warhol und Twombly bis heute - Malerei aus dem Museum Brandhorst" · Andy Warhol, "Ladies and Gentlemen", 1975 - © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Licensed by Artists Rights Society · Courtesy: Udo und Anette Brandhorst Sammlung · Foto: Neues Museum (Annette Kradisch) exhibition

Painterly

From Warhol and Twombly to Today - Paintings from the Museum Brandhorst

Johannes Grützke, "Komm, setz' Dich zu uns", 1970
Neues Museum Nürnberg, Sammlungspräsentation "Johannes Grützke. Der Blick aus dem Bild" - (C) VG Bild-Kunst, 2021 www.bildkunst.de · Foto: Neues Museum (Annette Kradisch) collection

Johannes Grützke

Gazing out of the picture

Dasha Shishkin, "Love Medaillon IV/no whites aloud", 2006 - (C) Dasha Shishkin collection

Dasha Shishkin

Bodylines

Bernhard Prinz, "List und Lizenz", 1992 - Foto: Bernhard Prinz collection

Bernhard Prinz

Allegories and Architecture

Blick in die Sammlungspräsentation "Punctum. EIne fotografische Sammlung" - Foto: Neues Museum (Anika Maaß) collection

Punctum

A photographic collection

Foto: Annalise Batista auf Pixabay collection

Temporary closure

of Neues Museum

Richard Hutten, Sideboard-Objekt "Skyline Rotterdam", 1993 - Foto: Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Musuem (A. Laurenzo) collection

Mixed Zone

Dialogues between art and design

Norbert Schwontkowski, "Fünf Frauen in Japan", 2002 - Leihgabe aus der Sammlung Böckmann · Foto: Sammlung Böckmann collection

Norbert Schwontkowski

Five Women in Japan

Raphaela Vogel, "Uterusland", 2017 - Foto: Raimund Zakowski collection

Raphaela Vogel

Uterus Land

Diet Sayler, "Crescendo", 2019 - Foto: Neues Museum (Annette Kradisch) collection

Diet Sayler

Chance Doesn’t Lie

Admission

Collection 5 Euro, concessions 4 Euro, Sundays 1 Euro

Exhibition (incl. collection) 7 Euro, concessions 6 Euro

Children and young people under 18 years: free.

Entrance vouchers to the collection and the exhibition are available at the ticket office. They are valid for one year.

Contact

Neues Museum
State Museum for Art and Design Nuremberg

Entrance: Klarissenplatz

Postal address:
Luitpoldstrasse 5
90402 Nuernberg
Germany

Tel.: +49 911 240 20 69
Fax: +49 911 240 20 29

email: info@nmn.de

Getting here:

Nearest public transport station:
Hauptbahnhof (Central Station)

Several parking garages can be found nearby.