Photos: Dennis Bangert / J. MAYER H. / Markus Lanz / Hilde Strobl / Architekturmuseum TUMThe Pinakothek der Moderne is due to close in February 2013 for renovation work and is expected to reopen again in September 2013. The temporary closure has been seen as an opportunity that will give rise to a makeshift exhibition building – the Schaustelle.
Set up for the duration of the renovations, it will provide the four collections at the Pinakothek der Moderne with a lively platform to hold exhibitions, workshops, talks, performances, film screenings and video installations and much more besides. The scheme has been initiated by the Pinakothek der Moderne Foundation. The ground floor of the Schaustelle contains a large exhibition space that can be easily adapted to suit the requirements of the various exhibitions of the four collections.
The plans foresee the use of the open scaffold structure in the outdoor area as a projection area, making it available as an addition exhibition space. The scaffold structure allows visitors to walk through it, while they catch new glimpses of the city beyond, set off by works on display from the collections.
Accompanying events, including some at night, multimedia projections in the outdoor area and a viewing platform overlooking the city centre: all these things will cast the Kunstareal in a new and exciting light. The Pinakothek der Moderne Foundation and the four institutions in the Pinakothek der Moderne are also using the temporary platform to send a political signal to push for the completion of the second section of the main building.
The Schaustelle is an operational platform and think tank in one.Client: Freistaat Bayern, Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst, Stiftung Pinakothek der ModerneLocation: Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, GermanyArchitects: Team J. MAYER H.: Jürgen Mayer H., Marcus Blum, Paul AngelierDesigned for: Stiftung Pinakothek der Moderne und Bayrische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, Bayrisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst, AUDI AGPhotos: Dennis Bangert / J.
MAYER H. / Markus Lanz / Hilde Strobl / Architekturmuseum TUM.