We ended up in Hannover a bit by accident, escorting our son to visit a friend. My husband and I decided to spend the rainy morning hours at the Sprengel. My husband is a huge fan of modern art; I have interest more than love in the form. What I enjoyed on this morning was the fact that the curation here seems to have set the art up on a good humored space. From that I mean that the art didn't seem to take itself too seriously, and as a result I felt that I COULD take the art seriously. This is nearly reverse the experience I had the day before at the Museum Ludwig in Cologne. We also enjoyed the experience of having a string quartet on site playing throughout the day. Cafe is nice, but not special. Lots of stairs throughout (only one WC and it was a big climb up from the lowest floor of three) and mandatory bag check. But back to the art -- a very nice collection and I enjoyed the morning tremendously. The Andy Warhol's were particularly striking.
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