Exhibitions

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19 February – 16 May 2016   

TeleGen   

Art and Television

The exhibition examines the significance of television for the visual arts and how our visual culture has changed from the 1960s to the present.   

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04 March – 01 May 2016   

Jens W. Beyrich   

Hypersymmetrics

The artistic works of Jens W. Beyrich arise from a synergy, collecting art and antiques and developing complex equation systems: mathematics as the universal basis of science and philosophy.
  

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15 April – 01 May 2016   

Special project in the auditorium   

Welcome Home. An exhibition about violence in family and partnership

The Frauenhaus Liechtenstein exhibition Welcome Home sends out a message against domestic violence, showing that violence in the family and partnership is a widespread problem.  

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03 June – 04 September 2016   

Charlotte Moth   

Travelogue



Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein is mounting the first comprehensive museum exhibition of the Paris-based artist Charlotte Moth (born 1978 in the UK).
  

Presentations from the collection of the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

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19 February – 16 May 2016   

From the collection: Screen   

Between TV and Internet

Parallel to TeleGen. Art and Television, a selection of works from the Kunstmuseum’s collection is on show that all centre on the screen and its functions.   

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04 March – 12 June 2016   

From the collection: Arte povera   

Bringing art and life closer together, reducing the distance between the work and the beholder – this was the unifying aim of a heterogeneous art movement for which art critic Germano Celant coined the term arte povera in 1967.   

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06 May – 12 June 2016   

From the collection: Anna Kolodziejska   

Defamiliarisation, reinterpretation, transformation – in her artistic work Anna Kolodziejska takes up and carries on both minimalistic and surrealist traditions.