Max Ernst Museum Brühl of LVR is not only a gem of the region because of its selection of exhibits, but also because of its special geographic location. Not far from UNESCO world heritage site Castle Augustusburg with its park area, a classicist three-wing building of the 19th century rises, which was complemented by a centrally inserted glass pavilion and a “floating” entrance plateau. In the basement, additional exhibition- and event-room were created.
The museum collection shows an overview over the extensive work of the dadaist and surrealist, whose pictorial worlds – as with hardly any other artist of the 20th century - are characterized by amazing ingenuity and brilliant inspirational power. The exciting and changing themes of the collection as well as the special exhibitions about internationally acknowledged artists such as Christo or Niki de Saint Phalle appeal to develop events with high cultural aspiration and to offer them to select clients.
With a gala or a cultural dinner program, there is the chance to marvelously make a connection between up-to-the-minute topics and cultural history, for example. A variably designable event hall (Pax 340) offers the possibility, to stage events for the client.
The in-house event team, including a modern technical equipment as well as a restaurant on site, are guarantors for a professionally planned event.
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|Number of event areas||1|
|Venue for||Event, Presentation, Movie / Photo|
|Area||Cologne surroundings, Brühl|
|Event area||Length (m)||Width (m)||Height (m)||Area (m2)||Max. persons (Rows)||Max. persons (Classroom)||Max. persons (U-Shape||Max. persons (Banquet)||Max. persons (Gala)||Max. persons (Reception)|
|Dorothea Tanning Saal||26,47||12,8||340||340||104||96||400|