09 June – 01 October 2006

TRANSFORMATION. Aus eigner Sammlung

Exhibition view, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, 2006
The Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein looks upon its collection as the main focus of its activi-ties. Since the inauguration of the museum, therefore, the collection with the permanent loans has been presented according to a principle of dialogue. The main theme of these presentations is the spiritual relevance of the respective artworks.

The exhibition “Transformation” is devoted to processes of transformation: by way of images of our society, of nature and of man, the exhibition takes the visitor on a journey, allowing him to become immersed in the transformations of our everyday life, and high-lighting his – man’s – potential. In works dating from the 17th to the present century, we discover the hazard involved in departure and the risk inherent in change. On show, among others, will be works by Absalon, Joseph Beuys, Umberto Boccioni, Louise Bour-geois, Gustave Courbet, Tony Cragg, Rineke Dijkstra, Otto Freundlich, Paul Gauguin, Olafur Gislason, Thomas Hirschorn, Meindert Hobbema, Rebecca Horn, Annemarie Jehle, Fabian Marcaccio, Rita McBride, Mario Merz, Piet Mondrian, Emil Nolde, Julian Opie, David Reed, Simon Starling, Rosemarie Trockel.
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Exhibition view, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, 2006
Opening
 Thursday, 8 June 2006, 18 h  
Supporting events:
 Sunday, 25 June 2006, 14 – 16 h   Families

family sunday


 Thursday, 29 June 2006, 18 h   Speech

the museum is dead - long live the museum

by Edelbert Köb, director \"Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien\"

 Thursday, 6 July 2006, 18 h   Workshop

sleeps a song in everything

with Beat Gugger, free curator, Burgdorf and München

 Tuesday, 8 August 2006, 13:30 – 17 h   Special Event

summer workshop

for children from 6 to 12 years

 Thursday, 31 August 2006, 18 h   Concert

bridges from silence to silence

with Marie-Louise Dähler, Cembalo, and Paul Giger, Violine and Violino d\'amore

 Saturday, 2 September 2006, 11 – 16 h   Art on Suturday

art saturday

with Anette Philp

 Sunday, 17 September 2006, 14 – 16 h   Families

family sunday


 Thursday, 28 September 2006, 18 h   Guided tour and discussion

human transformations

with Michaela Wendt, actor and reader, Bern