The Brandhorst Museum, located in Munich, Germany, is one of the premier modern and contemporary art museums in the city. Established in 2009, the museum houses an expansive and highly esteemed collection of works from the 20th and 21st centuries from renowned artists such as Andy Warhol, Cy Twombly, and Jackson Pollock. The innovative building, designed by architects Sauerbruch Hutton and local Munich studio Hachem Architects, with its natural light, terracotta facade, and green roof, has become a local landmark. With its extensive sculpture garden, comprehensive programming, and in-depth research library, the museum continues to showcase and promote art that has changed the course of history and the way the world perceives art.
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