09 March 2021

Munich’s art gallery, the Kunsthalle München is currently closed...

2:00 Min

...but we can still enjoy their latest exhibition, “Thierry Mugler”, as well as catch a glimpse behind the scenes of the gallery itself through a short film.

The film was created for Art4U, an exclusive on-line customer event. In the video, Dr. Roger Diederen, curator of the Kunsthalle of the Hypo-Cultural Foundation, takes you on a quick tour of the “Metamorphoses Room”, the grand finale of the exhibition.

Various themes from the art world were presented at the exhibition: ranging from a behind the scenes view of the Kunsthalle München to a look at special art management services for our Private Banking and Wealth Management customers.



Nice to know:

UniCredit Bank AG employees can visit the Kunsthalle on Wednesdays for free and with discounted admission on all other days. Owners of the Mastercard Gold and HVB Visa Infinite Card may also visit for free.

The exhibition: Thierry Mugler – Couturissime

The Kunsthalle München presents the spectacular and flamboyant art of Thierry Mugler. For the first time ever, the work of French designer, director, photographer, and parfumier, Thierry Mugler is presented at a brilliantly designed exhibition. Featuring more than 140 haute couture and prêt-à-porter designs, unpublished archive material and works from world-famous photographers, it represents three decades of French art, which repeatedly had a major impact on pop culture and revolutionised the world of couture throughout the 70s.

The commitment of HypoVereinsbank to art and culture

The Kunsthalle München has been part of the Hypo-Cultural Foundation since 1985. The gallery, located in the Fünf Höfe, a trendy shopping mall in the centre of Munich, hosts more than 300,000 visitors a year. The Kunsthalle organises three exhibitions each year and has gained an international reputation.



In line with its commitment to sustainability and regional communities, HypoVereinsbank has been promoting art and culture for many years. Cultural initiatives include partnerships with the Bayerische Staatsoper, the annual UniCredit Festspielnacht in Munich and the promotion of the Kunsthalle München.


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