• MAY 2021
  • Guided tour

    From the collection: Regina Marxer
    You do not know whether what you invent also invents you

    with Klara Frick

    Due to high demand, this additional public guided tour is offered.

    Registration required:

     

    Registration Form
  • Opening

    Paul Neagu. The Retrospective
    Bill Bollinger. Discoveries from the Estate

    Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein presents the first international retrospective devoted to the work of the Romanian born artist Paul Neagu (1938–2004), who lived and worked in London from 1971 until his death. The exhibition is curated by Georg Schöllhammer, Magda Radu and Friedemann Malsch and is produced in collaboration with the artist's estate.

    A smaller exhibition curated by Christiane Meyer-Stoll gives an initial insight into a number of works from the estate of Bill Bollinger (1939 Brooklyn–1988 Pine Plains, NY). They are mainly drawings and visual documents that were recently discovered in a farmhouse attic and a warehouse in Upstate New York.

    Both exhibition openings take place on Sunday, 16 May 2021, 10am to 5pm.

    The Covid-19 safety measures apply.

    Further information on Paul Neagu. The Retrospective

    Further information on Bill Bollinger. Discoveries from the Estate

     

  • International Museum Day

    International Museum Day

    The Future of Museums: Recover and Reimagine

    Ein Tag fürs Museum! Auf der ganzen Welt bieten über 30 000 Museen am Internationalen Museumstag ein besonderes Programm. 2021 steht der Tag unter dem Motto «Museen inspirieren die Zukunft».

    Der Eintritt in die Museen ist an diesem Tag frei.

  • Family Workshop

    Family studio

    The "Family studio" at the Kunstmuseum caters for children and adults and provides the possibility of giving an individual touch to their visit to the museum.

    The art education team invites you to creatively test and experience different materials and techniques. Children can use the studio accompanied by adults.


    Please note that face masks are mandatory for everybody.

     

    Registration Form
  • Family Workshop

    Family studio

    The "Family studio" at the Kunstmuseum caters for children and adults and provides the possibility of giving an individual touch to their visit to the museum.

    The art education team invites you to creatively test and experience different materials and techniques. Children can use the studio accompanied by adults.

    Please note that face masks are mandatory for everybody.

     

    Registration Form
  • Guided tour

    Paul Neagu

    Guided tours are in German.

    Registration Form
  • Active together

    Mittwochnachmittag im Kunstmuseum

    with Beate Frommelt

    Join us to be inspired by the artworks and get creative in the rooms of the Kunstmuseum. Armed with drawing-pencils and paper, we explore the pictures on show in the exhibition, viewing and examining them to find our own ways to engage with art.

    Afternoons can be booked individually.

    No previous experience required!

    The programme is available in German only.

    Registration Form
  • Take Away

    Principally Painting
    Works from the Hilti Art Foundation

    Short guided tour with Susanne Kudorfer

    Get away from everyday life and into art: Take Away is a slightly different kind of lunch-break in Vaduz. In 30 minutes you will get an insight into a current exhibition and learn some interesting facts about the artists and works. Each of these guided tours is dedicated to a different topic.

    There are no guided tours during school holidays in Liechtenstein.

    Take Away is in German.

     

    Registration Form
  • Yoga with Picasso

    Yoga with Sarah Buchli

    An event of the Hilti Art Foundation.

    Registration Form