The Pinakothek Der ModerneCurrently Closed
- Address: Barer Strasse 29, 80799 Munich, Germany
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +49-8923805360
- Ticket Price: 10 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museum, Art Gallery, Family And Kids
The Pinakothek Der Moderne - Review
Locally referred to as the third Pinakothek, this modern art museum is highly revered for the sheer brilliance of its collection. The building itself however has been the subject of some speculation and criticism from locals.
The modernistic approach to design found some disfavor from locals who felt that the grayscale building lacked in soul and did not have any reflections of the region’s or the city’s roots and culture. Some of the artists featured include Georges Braque, Fernand Leger, Juan Gris, Umberto Boccioni, Robert Delaunay in addition to other modern and post modern artists and painters. The works of Pablo Picasso are comprehensively stored and displayed here.
The Pinakothek Der Moderne Ticket Prices
- 10 euros
- Reduced 7 euros
- Sunday admission 1 euro
How To reach The Pinakothek Der Moderne by Public Transport
- Odeonsplatz Station
- Nearest Light Rail Station: PinakothekenStop ID: de:9162:51:1:1
Restaurants Near The Pinakothek Der Moderne
- TUNIX Open Air Restaurant
- Contie Gastronomie
- Bei Rafaelle
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Things to Know Before Visiting The Pinakothek Der Moderne
16.33% of people who visit Munich include The Pinakothek Der Moderne in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
50.49% of people start their The Pinakothek Der Moderne visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The Pinakothek Der Moderne
63.64% of people prefer walking in order to reach The Pinakothek Der Moderne
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The Pinakothek Der Moderne, Munich Reviews
I really enjoyed the gallery. On Sundays the entrance fee is only 1 euro. The ground floor is entirely dedicated to design and when you go upstairs you see works by Picasso and Dali among others. Every last Sunday of the month art students volunteer for the gallery and can tell you a bit more about certain works. I recommend taking an audio guide.
I haven't been here for a while, so when I finally got to the Pinakothek I was again mesmerized by the amazing building and the way they showcase their (quite random) art collection. I realized I definitely have to come here more often as this place is such an inspiration! With a lot of stuff I didn't agree at all but that's actually okay. It's taste, right? Art is super subjective and taste are quite different. With some art pieces I found that a lot of their appeal actually comes from the way they are presented. At some point I will have my art displayed here. I can feel it 👏🏻
Amazing place with plenty of rooms filled with with spectacular modern art exhibits. Some of them focus on the contrast between light and darkness and make good use of the shadow not only of objects but also of the human body, some others use audio and visual elements to create unforgettable spacial experiences and others praise the combination of colours and shapes. Finally, there is a lovely little store to buy some unique post cards or interesting books. Worth to mention that a student reduced ticket is available.
The Pinathotek is actually 3 museums of which the Modern is only one. It was fantastic! I was surprised to see such a variety of exhibits, which at first seemed odd, but then actually became what I enjoyed the most. There were cars, furniture, artwork, light exhibits, too much to list here. But was very happy to see some original work by Matisse, Miro and Picasso. I went on a Sunday afternoon and enjoyed the 1 Euro fee
Great modern art and design exhibit in a beautiful building. Classic cars, designer furniture and an insightful (temporary) exhibit on migration - all stuff you don't usually find in a museum! Well done. If you are not sure if it's worth it - it's only €1 on Sundays!