• NOVEMBER 2021
  • Lecture and discussion

    Rivane Neuenschwander. knife does not cut fire

    Insight into the exhibition planning
    with Christiane Meyer-Stoll, curator of the exhibition, and Susanne Kudorfer, head of the educational programme

    In cooperation with Liechtensteinische Kunstgesellschaft.

    Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein and the Hilti Art Foundation will be closed for maintenance for a few weeks starting on 16 September 2021. The museum's big reopening is set to take place on 11 November 2021 – the Kunstmuseum's 21st "birthday" – with three new exhibitions.

    A series of events held by Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein in cooperation with the Liechtensteinische Kunstgesellschaft during the closure will give visitors a glimpse behind the scenes and also provide details of upcoming exhibitions. Every two weeks, curators, art educators and exhibition assistants offer an insight into current preparations. The events take place at the Museum Café.

     

    The Covid-19 safety measures apply.

    Registration required:

    Registration Form
  • Opening

    Rivane Neuenschwander
    knife does not cut fire

    Body – Gesture – Space
    Works from the Hilti Art Foundation

    Out of Office
    25 Years of the VP Bank Art Foundation

    On Thursday, 11 November, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein is opening its doors once again to the public after being closed for maintenance for several weeks. Hosted by the new Director Letizia Ragaglia, the grand reopening is set to take place on the date of the museum's twenty-first anniversary and marks the beginning of three new exhibitions.
     

    Speakers

    Manuel Frick
    Minister of Social Affairs and Culture of the Principality of Liechtenstein

    Letizia Ragaglia
    Director Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

    Uwe Wieczorek
    Curator Hilti Art Foundation

    Henrik Utermöhle
    Curatorial Assistant Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

    Christiane Meyer-Stoll
    Curator Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

     

  • Special Event

    Open House Day

    Free admission

  • Special Event

    Open House Day

    Free admission

  • Movie

    The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão

    by Karim Aïnouz, BR 2019, Pt/de, 139’
    In cooperation with Skino Schaan.

    The filmclub at the Kunstmuseum offers a selected film programme every third Thursday each month. The programme is inspired by the exhibitions shown at the museum.

    The Covid-19 safety measures apply.

    Registration required:

  • Introduction for Teachers

    Rivane Neuenschwander
    knife does not cut fire

    with Susanne Kudorfer and Klara Frick

    The programme is available in German only.

  • Active together

    Wednesday afternoon at the 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.

    The Covid-19 safety measures apply.

    Registration required:

     

    Registration Form
  • Take Away

    Rivane Neuenschwander
    knife does not cut fire

    Short guided tour during the lunch break
    with Klara Frick

    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 required:

    Registration Form
  • Yoga with Picasso

    Yoga with Sarah Buchli

    An event of the Hilti Art Foundation.

    Lee is a Yoga teacher, Artist and Mom.

    Yoga has been part of her upbringing since childhood in Tel Aviv, with her mom being a Sivananda Hatha Yoga teacher. All those hours spent in yoga Ashrams as an initiation into Lee's yoga path sparking her interest and curiosity to dive deeper.

    Lee's artistic interests took her from Tel Aviv to Milan and London where she graduated from St Martin's College of Arts and Design. Her yoga practice always offered a container for grounding, self-expression and well being.

    "I regard both art and yoga as a creative process. I learn to grasp my body, to experiment with it, to strengthen it, to bend it, to shape it and to overcome boundaries."

    Living in a time of overwhelming stimuli and information, Lee's yoga classes offer students a caring space to connect to an essence that is clear, calm and free. Flowing dynamically through the asanas, bringing awareness to the breath and creating a somatic experience that allows them to get closer to their inner selves.

     

    The Covid-19 safety measures apply.

    Registration required:

    Registration Form
  • DECEMBER 2021
  • Introduction for Teachers

    Rivane Neuenschwander
    knife does not cut fire

    with Susanne Kudorfer and Klara Frick

    The programme is available in German only.

  • JANUARY 2022
  • Introduction for Teachers

    Body – Gesture – Space
    Works from the Hilti Art Foundation

    with Susanne Kudorfer and Klara Frick

    The programme is available in German only.

  • MARCH 2022
  • Introduction for Teachers

    Body – Gesture – Space
    Works from the Hilti Art Foundation

    with Susanne Kudorfer and Klara Frick

    The programme is available in German only.