Plan your visit

Opening Hours

Thursday & Friday: 14.00 – 18.00
Saturday: 11.00 – 16.00
Closed on Sundays and holidays
Easter: Closed Good Friday until Easter Monday

The entrance is free of charge.

to the current exhibitions

Please note: The exhibition building of the Sammlung Goetz will remain closed to visitors due to renovation work until the end of 2021.

Contact and Directions

Sammlung Goetz
Oberföhringer Straße 103
D - 81925 Munich

Tel. +49 (0)89 9593969-0
Fax. +49 (0)89 9593969-69
info@sammlung-goetz.de

 

By public transport:

U4 to "Richard-Strauss-Straße". From "Richard-Strauss-Straße" Bus No. 188/189 (direction “Unterföhring, Fichtenstrasse”) or No. 187 (direction “Arabellapark”) to "Bürgerpark Oberföhring".

Tram No. 16/17, or Bus No. 54/58/68/154 to "Herkomerplatz". From "Herkomerplatz" Bus No. 188/189 (direction “Unterföhring, Fichtenstraße”) or No. 187 (direction “Arabellapark”) to “Bürgerpark Oberföhring".
public transport

Individual journey planner:
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Please consider that nearby parking spots are limited and might be unavailable at the time of your visit.

Accessibility

We regret to inform you that the Sammlung Goetz exhibition building  is not barrier-free; it was planned as a private collection and only later opened to the public. The architectural conditions do not permit the subsequent redesign of the stairs and the installation of a lift at present.

Nevertheless, we would like to make your visit to the Sammlung Goetz possible. Please call us and we will do our best to find an individual solution or alternative for you.

Catalogs

The catalogs of current and past exhibitions are available in our shop. Please consider that not all of the catalogs might be on display depending on the current exhibition but all of them are still available upon request.

We do not accept debit or credit card payments and it is not possible to order online.

In our shop you’ll also find the tote bag by Ayzit Bostan and the scarf by assume vivid astro focus both exclusively designed for Sammlung Goetz.

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Ayzit Bostan for Sammlung Goetz

The Munich designer has created a bag for the art collection

“Urban, intelligent and true to itself”, is how Ayzit Bostan describes her style. The Turkish-German fashion designer has created a bag exclusively for the Sammlung Goetz. It is made of durable black cotton fabric, and has two short cotton handles and one leather shoulder strap. Its timeless, purist look is based on the Leather Tote Bag in Ayzit Bostan’s own collection. The limited-edition bag is available in the Sammlung Goetz shop for 30 euros.

Ayzit Bostan is a border crosser of disciplines: her minimalist and elegant clothes, T-shirts and sweaters with iconic prints are sold not only in boutiques, but also exhibited in galleries and museums. The Kunstverein München produced one of her T-shirts as a limited edition, and the designer has created bags and accessories for the international bag manufacturer Philipp Bree for several seasons now. Bostan is also a fine artist, a professor at the Kunsthochschule in Kassel, and works as a costume designer and a DJ in her spare time.

Assume vivid astro focus for Sammlung Goetz

Bright lemon-yellow juxtaposed with deep royal blue; vivid pink mixed with cool turquoise – assume vivid astro focus’s summery and colorful scarf designed exclusively for Sammlung Goetz resembles an abstract painting. The wild mix of patterns consisting of free forms in bright colors as well as elements from art history and popular culture has become a hallmark of the artist duo. Such designs embellish the walls, columns, ceilings and floors of their awe-inspiring multi-media installations. 

assume vivid astro focus has been active in the world of fashion since 2004. “It began with a collaboration with Le Sac for whom we designed patterns for a limited edition of bags and accessories,“ Eli Sudbrack, founder of assume vivid astro focus, said. “This was followed by projects for MAC Cosmetics, Melissa, Comme des Garçons and Marc Jacobs. Most recently we created a self-design collection with the Tom of Finland Foundation for the platform Print All Over Me.”

Eli Sudbrack designed the expressive polyester chiffon scarf (117 x 117 cm) exclusively for his exhibition in Sammlung Goetz; the limited edition piece costs 30 euros and is on sale in our museum shop. The design is based on one of his wall treatments in the multi-media installation in Base103. Also available is a limited edition of 50 signed and numbered scarves – a real highlight for collectors who want to enter the vibrant and colorful cosmos of assume vivid astro focus for a small price.

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