Goetz Collection

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View of the museum and its surroundings.

The Goetz Collection (Sammlung Goetz) is a private collection of contemporary art in Munich, Germany.[1] It opened in 1992.[2] The collection is owned and continually being enlarged by the former gallery dealer Ingvild Goetz,[3] who presents the collection to the public in a series of themed exhibitions in a purpose built museum. Rather than taking an encyclopedic view, the collection focuses on developing particular artists.[4]

The Collection organizes exhibitions along with video and film programmes on the lower level of the building.[5] The building was designed by the Swiss architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron.[6][7]

View from Oberföhringer Straße.


  1. ^ Gallery, Saatchi. "Goetz Collection :: The Saatchi Gallery". www.saatchigallery.com.
  2. ^ Terence Riley; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) (1995). Light Construction. The Museum of Modern Art. pp. 50–. ISBN 978-0-87070-129-0.
  3. ^ Rainald Schumacher (2001). American Art: From the Goetz Collection, Munich. Distributed Art Pub Incorporated.
  4. ^ Alessia Zorloni (19 August 2016). Art Wealth Management: Managing Private Art Collections. Springer. pp. 141–. ISBN 978-3-319-24241-5.
  5. ^ Rundfunk, Christine Hamel, Bayerischer (20 February 2018). ""Künstlerinnen im Dialog": Die Sammlung Goetz zeigt die dreiteilige Ausstellung "Generations" - BR.de".
  6. ^ "Sammlung Goetz Munich / Herzog & de Meuron". 27 February 2012.
  7. ^ Brent Richards (2006). New Glass Architecture. Laurence King Publishing. pp. 48–. ISBN 978-1-85669-376-9.

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