Tours for Groups
From Expressionism to Informel » tour for students
Nolde, Feininger, Nay. From Expressionism to Informel.
June 9, 2018 – February 10, 2019

During a tour of the exhibition, we will discover several artists who worked in Germany in the first half of the twentieth century. These artists had a major impact on the subsequent development of art. We will explore how these artists painted, what techniques they used, and why they painted the way they did.

Every weekday (except Tuesday) at 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.

Price: 30 € per group (max 25 participants) plus admission

For booking please contact our visitor service: +49 331 236014-499

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Emil Nolde: Irises, 1907, private collection

Emil Nolde: Irises, 1907, private collection

During a tour of the exhibition, we will discover several artists who worked in Germany in the first half of the twentieth century. These artists had a major impact on the subsequent development of art. We will explore how these artists painted, what techniques they used, and why they painted the way they did.

During a tour of the exhibition, we will discover several artists who worked in Germany in the first half of the twentieth century. These artists had a major impact on the subsequent development of art. We will explore how these artists painted, what techniques they used, and why they painted the way they did.

Emil Nolde: Irises, 1907, private collection

Emil Nolde: Irises, 1907, private collection

Every weekday (except Tuesday) at 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.

Price: 30 € per group (max 25 participants) plus admission

For booking please contact our visitor service: +49 331 236014-499

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Gerhard Richter » Tour for students
Under the Microscope. On the Trail of Modern Art
June, 30 to October 21, 2018

During our tour, we will discover abstract paintings by Gerhard Richter. The artist developed a great variety of techniques that produce different effects. We will explore how these works were created, what techniques the artist used, and the importance of the relationship between objects and abstraction.

Every weekday (except Tuesday) at 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.

Price: 30 € per group (max 25 participants) plus admission

For booking please contact our visitor service: +49 331 236014-499

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Gerhard Richter: Abstract Painting (551-1), 1984, Privatsammlung, © Gerhard Richter 2018 (29062018)

Gerhard Richter: Abstract Painting (551-1), 1984, Privatsammlung, © Gerhard Richter 2018 (29062018)

During our tour, we will discover abstract paintings by Gerhard Richter. The artist developed a great variety of techniques that produce different effects. We will explore how these works were created, what techniques the artist used, and the importance of the relationship between objects and abstraction.

During our tour, we will discover abstract paintings by Gerhard Richter. The artist developed a great variety of techniques that produce different effects. We will explore how these works were created, what techniques the artist used, and the importance of the relationship between objects and abstraction.

Gerhard Richter: Abstract Painting (551-1), 1984, Privatsammlung, © Gerhard Richter 2018 (29062018)

Gerhard Richter: Abstract Painting (551-1), 1984, Privatsammlung, © Gerhard Richter 2018 (29062018)

Every weekday (except Tuesday) at 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.

Price: 30 € per group (max 25 participants) plus admission

For booking please contact our visitor service: +49 331 236014-499

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Gerhard Richter » group tour
Gerhard Richter: Abstraction
June 30 to October 21, 2018

The exhibition Gerhard Richter: Abstraction takes a specific look at the work of one of the most outstanding artists of the present day. This is the first exhibition to examine the abstract strategies found throughout Gerhard Richter’s works from the 1960s to today. It touches on issues regarding the relevance and relationships between abstraction and subject matter, photography and painting media, overpainting and scraping.

The tour presents an overview of the exhibition and illustrates central aspects using selected works as examples.

Daily except Tuesdays

Price: 90 € per group (max. 20 participants) plus admission

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Gerhard Richter: A B, Quiet (612-4), 1986, Museum Barberini © Gerhard Richter 2018 (29062018)

Gerhard Richter: A B, Quiet (612-4), 1986, Museum Barberini © Gerhard Richter 2018 (29062018)

The exhibition Gerhard Richter: Abstraction takes a specific look at the work of one of the most outstanding artists of the present day. This is the first exhibition to examine the abstract strategies found throughout Gerhard Richter’s works from the 1960s to today. It touches on issues regarding the relevance and relationships between abstraction and subject matter, photography and painting media, overpainting and scraping.

The exhibition Gerhard Richter: Abstraction takes a specific look at the work of one of the most outstanding artists of the present day. This is the first exhibition to examine the abstract strategies found throughout Gerhard Richter’s works from the 1960s to today. It touches on issues regarding the relevance and relationships between abstraction and subject matter, photography and painting media, overpainting and scraping.

Gerhard Richter: A B, Quiet (612-4), 1986, Museum Barberini © Gerhard Richter 2018 (29062018)

Gerhard Richter: A B, Quiet (612-4), 1986, Museum Barberini © Gerhard Richter 2018 (29062018)

The tour presents an overview of the exhibition and illustrates central aspects using selected works as examples.

Daily except Tuesdays

Price: 90 € per group (max. 20 participants) plus admission

For booking please contact our visitor service: +49 331 236014-499

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tours and workshops for groups
From Expressionism to Informel » tour and workshop for students
Nolde, Feininger, Nay: From Expressionism to Informel.
June 9, 2018 – February 10, 2019

Original works in the exhibition are used to illustrate the various artistic movements that originated in Germany in the first half of the twentieth century. During the tour, we will examine and compare the impact of different painting styles and techniques.

In the hands-on studio workshop that follows the tour we will reproduce themes and techniques used in the original works to create our own pieces.

Every weekday (except Tuesday) at 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.

Price: 60 € per group (max 25 participants) plus admission

For booking please contact our visitor service: +49 331 236014-499

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Wassily Kandinsky, Murnau – Landschaft mit grünem Haus, 1909, Privatsammlung.

Wassily Kandinsky, Murnau – Landschaft mit grünem Haus, 1909, Privatsammlung.

Original works in the exhibition are used to illustrate the various artistic movements that originated in Germany in the first half of the twentieth century. During the tour, we will examine and compare the impact of different painting styles and techniques.

In the hands-on studio workshop that follows the tour we will reproduce themes and techniques used in the original works to create our own pieces.

Original works in the exhibition are used to illustrate the various artistic movements that originated in Germany in the first half of the twentieth century. During the tour, we will examine and compare the impact of different painting styles and techniques.

In the hands-on studio workshop that follows the tour we will reproduce themes and techniques used in the original works to create our own pieces.

Wassily Kandinsky, Murnau – Landschaft mit grünem Haus, 1909, Privatsammlung.

Wassily Kandinsky, Murnau – Landschaft mit grünem Haus, 1909, Privatsammlung.

Every weekday (except Tuesday) at 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.

Price: 60 € per group (max 25 participants) plus admission

For booking please contact our visitor service: +49 331 236014-499

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Gerhard Richter » tour and workshop for students
Under the Microscope. On the Trail of Modern Art
June 30 to October 21, 2018

Gerhard Richter’s abstract paintings are the focus of this exhibition. The various techniques that Gerhard Richter used will be introduced while we look at the original work of art. We will examine his reasons for using these techniques and what their impact is on viewers.

In the hands-on studio workshop that follows the tour we will reproduce themes and techniques used in the original works to create our own pieces.

Every weekday (except Tuesday) at 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.

Price: 60 € per group (max 25 participants) plus admission

For booking please contact our visitor service: +49 331 236014-499

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© Gerhard Richter 2018 (29.06.2018)

© Gerhard Richter 2018 (29.06.2018)

Gerhard Richter’s abstract paintings are the focus of this exhibition. The various techniques that Gerhard Richter used will be introduced while we look at the original work of art. We will examine his reasons for using these techniques and what their impact is on viewers.

In the hands-on studio workshop that follows the tour we will reproduce themes and techniques used in the original works to create our own pieces.

Gerhard Richter’s abstract paintings are the focus of this exhibition. The various techniques that Gerhard Richter used will be introduced while we look at the original work of art. We will examine his reasons for using these techniques and what their impact is on viewers.

In the hands-on studio workshop that follows the tour we will reproduce themes and techniques used in the original works to create our own pieces.

© Gerhard Richter 2018 (29.06.2018)

© Gerhard Richter 2018 (29.06.2018)

Every weekday (except Tuesday) at 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.

Price: 60 € per group (max 25 participants) plus admission

For booking please contact our visitor service: +49 331 236014-499

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Gerhard Richter » group tour with workshop
Gerhard Richter: Abstraction
June 30 to October 21, 2018

This tour of the exhibition Gerhard Richter: Abstraction presents the abstract strategies that the artist has developed in his work since the 1960s. We will examine both the techniques he uses as well as the context for his approach.

In the hands-on studio workshop that follows the tour we will reproduce motifs and techniques used in the original works to create our own pieces.

Daily except Tuesdays

Price: 220 € per group (max. 20 participants) plus admission

For booking please contact our visitor service: +49 331 236014-499

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Gerhard Richter: 192 Colors (136), 1966, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Sammlung Gerhard und Elisabeth Sohst, © Gerhard Richter 2018 (29062018)

Gerhard Richter: 192 Colors (136), 1966, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Sammlung Gerhard und Elisabeth Sohst, © Gerhard Richter 2018 (29062018)

This tour of the exhibition Gerhard Richter: Abstraction presents the abstract strategies that the artist has developed in his work since the 1960s. We will examine both the techniques he uses as well as the context for his approach.

In the hands-on studio workshop that follows the tour we will reproduce motifs and techniques used in the original works to create our own pieces.

This tour of the exhibition Gerhard Richter: Abstraction presents the abstract strategies that the artist has developed in his work since the 1960s. We will examine both the techniques he uses as well as the context for his approach.

In the hands-on studio workshop that follows the tour we will reproduce motifs and techniques used in the original works to create our own pieces.

Gerhard Richter: 192 Colors (136), 1966, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Sammlung Gerhard und Elisabeth Sohst, © Gerhard Richter 2018 (29062018)

Gerhard Richter: 192 Colors (136), 1966, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Sammlung Gerhard und Elisabeth Sohst, © Gerhard Richter 2018 (29062018)

Daily except Tuesdays

Price: 220 € per group (max. 20 participants) plus admission

For booking please contact our visitor service: +49 331 236014-499

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Tours and workshops for groups

The Museum Barberini offers guided tours for up to 20 people in German, Englisch, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, and Polish.

Tours on specific topics (50 minutes): € 90 per group plus admission p. p.
A €5 surcharge per group will be added to non-german tours.

Workshops incl. guided tour for adults (120 minutes): € 220 per group plus admission p. p.


Contact

Monday to Friday: 9 a.m.–7 p.m.
Saturday/Sunday: 9 a.m.–3 p.m.

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Please reserve tours and/or workshops at least two weeks in advance.