After the late 1970s, Matthias Frick (1964 Zurich – 2017 Eschen, Liechtenstein) developed a complex universe with his drawings and painterly works on paper: a profound personal cosmology that conceals a delicate humour.

Frick saw his work in the context of Art brut. He attended the F+F Schule für experimentelle Gestaltung in Zurich from 1981 to 1984. Owing to mental health issues, he turned away from. He returned to his creative, artistic urges in the workshop of the Heilpädagogisches Zentrum in Schaan. He worked independently from 2001. Every single day he would draw sheet after sheet with pencil, coloured pencil or ink.

This display showcases his works in the context of other artists from the collection; the title comes from one of Frick's drawings.

A production of Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, curated by Christiane Meyer-Stoll.

More pictures to this exhibition

  • Matthias Frick
    Exhibition view, photo: Alicia Olmos Ochoa
  • Matthias Frick
    Exhibition view, photo: Alicia Olmos Ochoa
  • Matthias Frick
    Exhibition view, photo: Alicia Olmos Ochoa
  • Matthias Frick
    Exhibition view, photo: Alicia Olmos Ochoa
  • Matthias Frick
    Exhibition view, photo: Alicia Olmos Ochoa
  • Opening
  • Thu, 31.3.2022
    18.00
  • Guided tours
  • Sun, 1.5.2022
    11.00