The app can also make you an expert on the history of the Centre Pompidou and its iconic building: a landmark in 20th century architecture.
Dynamic, rich and easy to use, this new app provides a chronology covering 110 years of modern and contemporary art history. Linger on the historical and artistic landmarks of your choice so that you can identify, understand and connect the main movements, key ideas and major works of the 20th and 21st centuries. Find your way around the myriad inventions, utopias and breakaway concepts in this world of modernity through nearly two hundred works with audio commentaries.
The app means that you need no longer miss anything in the Centre Pompidou's multidisciplinary programme; it has all you need to prepare your visit comfortably, including the programme, prices, opening times, plans and services. In a few clicks, you can choose the events and dates that interest you: live shows, films, exhibitions, etc.
The numerous written and audio contents of this app are an amazing way to renew your experience as a visitor and make it unique. Share highlights of your visit and the things you fell for on the social networks via your personal space; keep a memory of your favourite works, or plan your own circuits. Give full rein to your imagination: the only way is… app!
You can search the Anacronópete, the time machine would think Enrique Gaspar's first novel in Spanish science fiction of 1887.
But to find it you will have to unravel the secrets behind the museum and his paintings.
- This is a 3D augmented reality application, thus requiring rear camera to work.
- This application is optimized to run on Android 4.0 and higher.
- Currently this application is not compatible with the Mali-400 GPU.
Experiment The App Now! promotes playful and creative participation of users to present some of the most important works of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, from an educational point of view. The application encourages users to experiment with the main artistic movements through free play modes and challenges that month will incorporate new creative possibilities of self-discovery and put us in the shoes of different artists and will help us meet the great painters present in the Museum, as Domenico Ghirlandaio, Edward Hopper, Paul Delvaux, Max Ernst and René Magritte.
What is the connection between the work of Dürer and Kokoschka? Hopper and Amorosi? Lucian Freud and Watteau? Find out thanks to this free app by the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza. The app recreates a series of special displays of works from our collections commemorating the 20th anniversary of the museum’s inauguration. This free app aims to reinforce the idea of the Museo Thyssen as not only a place of enjoyment, but also of learning. Download it and discover much, much more thanks to artist biographies, virtual tours and image galleries.
The section “Discover” is aimed at the really inquisitive user. Here, with a simple swipe across the screen, you can x-ray the image or apply a layer infra-red or UV onto the painting to discover what is hidden under the dress of Giovanna or what the first version of the necklace looked like that Ghirlandaio painted.
For those who are interested in delving deeper into the technical aspects of the painting, this app has more than 15 fun clips that will demonstrate that every single detail in the picture, even the very composition of the elements within it, has a reason for being there.
Videos, images, and documents make up the rest of this fantastic study carried out by the Department of Old Masters together with the Restoration Department of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid – one of the most impressive gems of the history of art.
Discover a selection of some of the exceptional works it has to offer: 143 masterpieces by 131 artists, spanning over seven centuries.
This app takes you on an incredible journey through the history of art, starting in the proto-Renaissance of the late Middle Ages, followed by the Renaissance itself and the Baroque and concluding at the height of Modernism in the 20th century with key movements like Impressionism, Cubism, Surrealism and Pop Art. Along the way you’ll find essential artists such as Rembrandt, Rubens, Holbein, Caravaggio, Degas, Monet, Picasso, Kandinsky, Rothko and Hopper, among many others.
Learn more about these artists and their art through expert texts and zoomable images of the highest quality, and find out about the how the collection was formed in a video featuring the Museum’s director.
Explore some masterpieces in even greater depth: eight gigapixel photographs let you zoom in and see these works in stunning detail on an almost microscopic level, while the Museum’s renowned curators reveal their favourite paintings in two exclusive videos.
Another fascinating way to view the collection is provided by the Themes section, where a curated selection of works is grouped under different topics.
Excited about an artwork you’ve seen? Share it via e-mail, post it on Facebook, or tweet it!
You will also find practical information about visiting the Museum, as well as a calendar of its exhibitions and activities.
Selected Works from the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum provides an unmissable opportunity to find out about the most remarkable and unique works of art from one of Europe’s leading Museums.