It was free entrance Monday at Deutsche Guggenheim and a new exhibition opened. I visited the place the last week, around 15.30, and the hall was full of tourists, visitors and young students. The exhibition is including works of Frank Stella, Gene Davis, Helen Frankenthaler, Mark Rothko, Hans Hoffmann, Kenneth Noland and Alfred Jensen. Good distribution of the paintings and lots of very nice young guides, ready not only to show you who's who but keen to start a very deep conversation about the nature and messages of the paintings. For more than one hour I felt like being part of the colorful artistic enthusiasm of from New York City, the place of birth of this abstract expressionist artistic movement, in the 1940s-1950s.