For a self-guided visit to the Museum, unaccompanied by a specialist guide, you can choose between the Permanent Collection and our internationally acclaimed Temporary Exhibitions. Download our thematic visit plans from our web site or get the free app for mobile phones.Here you can also purchase your Paseo del Arte pass. This gives you access to the three most important museums in Madrid, all of which are just within a 10-minute walk.
24 May to 19 June 2016
The Combination ticket, valid for use on the day selected, includes access to both the Permanent Collections and the temporary exhibitions.
Wyeth. Andrew and Jamiein the studio
In conjunction with the Denver Art Museum, the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza is presenting the first retrospective in Europe on Andrew and Jamie Wyeth, leading figures of 20th-century American realism. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the work of these two father and son artists, their lives and creative abilities through more than 60 works loaned from public institutions and private collections, some of them never previously exhibited in public. The exhibition will also reveal how the respective work of these two artists has on occasions assumed parallel directions, with each enriching the other or generating mutual challenges. The large number of loans generously offered from the private collection of Andrew and Betsy Wyeth and that of Jamie Wyeth has allowed to devise a comprehensive exhibition that includes major works by Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) and Jamie Wyeth (born 1946), from all the periods within their careers....
09 February to 22 May 2016
Permanent Collection closes at 7:00 pm. This should be borne in mind by choosing the time for your visit.
The Combination ticket, valid for use on the day and time selected, includes access to both the Permanent Collections and the temporary exhibitions.
In the winter of 2016 the Museum will be presenting an exhibition on a historic group of realist painters and sculptors who have lived and worked in Madrid: Amalia Avia, Francisco López, Julio López, María Moreno, Esperanza Parada, Isabel Quintanilla and Antonio López. The latter was the subject of a major retrospective at the Museum in 2011 and on this occasion will be showing recently created works....