Starting from the 13th of October until the 31st of January 2019, fifty local and international artists newly created the inside and outside surface of 5.000 square meters in the west of Munich.
In the absence of the public and hidden behind the façade of the former Tengelmann headquarters in Landsbergerstraße 350, artist of urban and contemporary art have been working for several months on their individual „spatial experiments”. The numerous relics of the former office complex serve as inspiration and backdrop for their works; mouse-grey wallpapers became canvases, files turned into sculptures, and office cabinets into installations – spray painted, drawn, hammered and artistically realized on several floors.
With the friendly support of AXA IM – Real Assets and the real estate developer FOM Real Estate, who conveyed the place to the MUCA before the planned renovation of the building.
The MUCA wants to thank all contributing artists for their creative input and all representatives of the press for the big media attention. Furthermore the MUCA wants to thank all the enthusiastic visitors for coming by and for their positive feedback.
In spring 2019 the building has been pulled down. The MUCA is currently planning a „KUNSTLABOR 2”.
Regular opening hours:
Wednesday till Saturday 10 am – 8 pm
Sunday 10 am – 6 pm
Please note: Due to an extension of the MUCA exhibition space the museum will be closed on Mondays & Tuesdays
Special operating hours:
Please note our extended opening hours for the After-Work-Tours
On May 30 (public holiday) the museum will be open 10 am-9 pm (8-9pm / After-Work-Tour)
Please check our website and social media channels for special opening hours.
(for students, apprentices, retirees, unemployeed workers and visitors with intermediate disability.)
Entry free for children aged under 12.
For groups of 5 or more persons: Reduced price per person (this applies to regular paying guests) For all groups from 10 persons, registration is generally required.