Neuenbürg Palace was built in its current form around 1550. But the Duke it was for actually never moved in. Instead administrators and civil servants lived there for many centuries. It's now partially used as a museum and there are regularly exhibitions and special events. You can also book it for weddings, meetings or other events.
By the way, all pictures were taken by a friend who I visited the exhibition with. He has the better camera and there was need to photograph everything twice.
While the art works are fun to look at alone, another element is missing here and that's the very amusing descriptions that you can find next to each exhibit. Just like with the originals they tell you a little about the creator and the exhibit itself. But in a funny, often slightly ironic way that adds much to the pleasure of walking through the exhibition. I used some of the "Duckification" names that were used but they are only a very limited substitute for the captions.
I'm afraid my art knowledge is sadly limited. But I'm sure some of you can help me identify the next three exhibits or artists.
Edit: Identified with the help of a friendly emailer, it's The Tower of Blue Horses by Franz Marc.
The whole thing started in the mid-1980s when some people in the German city of Braunschweig got together who on the one hand collected Disney merchandise, but on the other hand also feared that the wave of American influences would more and more take over other cultures. Like the more common use of English words in the German language, or brands like Mcdonald's and Coca-Cola. So, as the full name of the exhibition indicates (loosely translated by me), "Duckomenta - or the Duckification of the World", it is in some way meant to raise awareness of those influences. Though I have to say I'm not sure if they are entirely succeeding.
Piet Mondrian. If you look at it from the distance, you can clearly see it's a Composition with Rectangular Ears.
The steps you have to climb to reach the entry of the exhibition. Note the difference in steepness on the two sides.