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MMK 2 – MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt

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MMK 2 – MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst houses one of the most extensive contemporary art collections in Germany. Explore the Post-Modern building to discover works from all over the world from the 1960s to the present day. Highlights include Francis Bacon's "Nude," Roy Lichtenstein's "We Rose Up Slowly," Gerhard Richter's "Fußgänger," and Andy Warhol's "Daily News." Visit the MMK restaurant for Mediterranean food and homemade sweets. While there, note the restaurant's lamps, which are artworks from the Fleur Mal series produced by Franz West and Andreas Reiter Raabe. Put MMK 2 – MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst into our Frankfurt vacation generator and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • When the House was opened, the architecture was amazing and has let fade the bored suspected in museums. After 25 years the postmodern fashionable building, and how faded fashion itself - shows suddenly why extend the witty balconies across the wide Street, why stand in his way, and so on me such column quotes Also inside the program of nestings and sudden vistas, distracting from the real business of construction, the presentation of art works. To a pressing plant climate. The Caferia is closed, the exhibition levels is cluttered and the compilation of the holdings and temporary exhibitions puzzling. Depends on the dispenser of the paper half open in the toilet and is fouled, the grout is crumbling, comes the House in the years?
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  • Because it is the time entered the temple city. It is ideal for screenings of videos too, so to kill time. However, no knowledge in contemporary art and a little bit tired, and I don't understand the base stand so. Japan language guide I to thought I explained you want!.
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  • Close to the city centre within easy walking distance. Exhibition of the work of ON KAWARA said had been active in New York City in Japanese. The combination of spatial installations but video art pieces.
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  • Awesome museum for modern and "weird" art. The exhibitions are very interesting and often involve interactive elements making the spectator part immerse himself into the art piece. If you're searching for the kind of art that makes you think, question - even question where art begins and ends - and most importantly have fun, the MMK is a must have in Frankfurt. Usually 2-3h are a good time to spend at the MMK 2.
  • Really cool interior architecture. Many exhibitions for you to see. There's no audio guide and not all exhibitions have information sheets. There's no guide or sequence so walk as you wish. Enter and buy your ticket on the left counter. Get the combi ticket for MMK 1,2 and 3 In case you don't know, there are three modern art museums. 1 and 3 are next to each other. 2 is nearer to the Euro tower.
  • Loved loved this place. A matchless collection of works by the greatest contemporary artists of our time. Do not miss this place if you're in Frankfurt.
  • I liked most of the art, some I did not like. So... like any modern art museum.
  • Very enjoyable, saw two different exhibits and they were both interesting, but my favorite by far is the architecture of the building itself!