• JUNE 2022
  • Book presentation

    Sculpture in Action. Eliseo Mattiacci in Rome

    Online event
    with Lara Conte and Cornelia Mattiacci
    in English

    Eliseo Mattiacci (1940–2019) is known for his contributions to the Arte Povera and Minimalism movements in postwar Italy. Sculpture in Action. Eliseo Mattiacci in Rome is a fresh examination of Mattiacci's sculpture from 1964 to 1986, the years he spent living and working in Italy's capital, experimenting with a horizon of research that spanned both action and a process based practice.

    Edited by Lara Conte and published by Ridinghouse, the book is the result of a research undertaken in dialogue with Studio Eliseo Mattiacci. It is an editorial project by Il Teatro degli Artisti and is supported by Italian Council, the Directorate-General for Contemporary Creativity within the Italian Ministry of Culture. The publication includes previously unpublished materials by the artist and texts by Penelope Curtis, Valérie Da Costa and Christian Rattemeyer, together with critical essays by Bruno Corà, Mario Diacono, Vittorio Rubiu and Fabio Sargentini.

    Lara Conte is an art historian and professor of contemporary art history in the Department of Philosophy, Communication, and Theater at Roma Tre University.

    Cornelia Mattiacci is curator of Studio Eliseo Mattiacci, Pesaro, and exhibition curator at Fondazione Prada, Milano.


    We are pleased to share this book presentation (in English!) with the largest possible virtual audience. Registration is required to participate via Zoom webinar.

  • JULY 2022
  • Opening

    Andrea Büttner
    Shepherds and Kings

    at the Johanniterkirche in Feldkirch


    Arno Egger, Curator Johanniterkirche Feldkirch
    Christiane Meyer-Stoll, Chief Curator Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein


  • SEPTEMBER 2022
  • Opening

    In the Context of the Collection:
    Brian O'Doherty
    Phases of the Self

  • Finissage with Performance

    Nazgol Ansarinia | Mercedes Azpilicueta | Invernomuto | Diamond Stingily

  • Opening

    Candida Höfer: Liechtenstein
    In Dialogue with the Collections of Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein and the Hilti Art Foundation