17 – 20 October 2019

May 2020

ARTMUC

ARTMUC is the biggest art fair in Bavaria. This quite relaxed event celebrates artists who do not exhibit at the bigger fairs, offering a way to discover off-the-beaten-track talent. Held in Munich twice a year, in May and October, the fair focuses on contemporary works with sculptures, paintings, 3D pieces and photography on display. Founded in 2014, ARTMUC has quickly expanded and now attracts 250 artists, and galleries from 10 European countries. The two, 5-day shows expect more than 45,000 attendees each with collectors and dealers alongside visitors. Tours are scheduled every day of the fair as part of the programme of events.

Practical info ARTMUC October 2019

Location

Isarforum
Forum Deutsches Museum
Museumsinsel 1
80538 Munich
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Opening hours

17 October: 6pm – 10pm
(Opening)
18-19 October: 12pm – 8pm
20 October: 12pm – 6pm

Entrance Fee

General Admission: €14
Admission + Visit: €19
Children Under 16: FREE

Mediums

Sculpture
Painting
Photography…

Art Periods

Contemporary

Contact

raiko@intox-gmbh.com
+49 1577 388 11 51
Website

Practical info ARTMUC May 2020

Location

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Opening hours

TBA

Entrance Fee

General Admission: €14
Admission + Visit: €19
Children Under 16: FREE

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