Exhibitions

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26 January – 12 March 2006   

GEORG MALIN   

On his 80th Birthday

Georg Malin can certainly be regarded as Liechtenstein's most important sculptor. His works can be seen not only in numerous public and private places in the country itself, but also in Austria, Germany, Italy, Russia, Norway, France and Switzerland.  

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10 March – 31 May 2006   

SEAN SCULLY   

The Architecture of Colour

For more than twenty years Sean Scully (*1945) has been among the representatives of a manner of painting consciously linked to Modern-ism and committed to the autonomous expressive qualities of colour.  

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10 March – 31 May 2006   

MATTS LEIDERSTAM   

Grand Tour

The Grand Tour, the extensive cultural tour of Italy, was a frequent occupation among artists and the upper class from the 17th to the 19th century. In his exhibition Grand Tour Matts Leiderstam brings our own age in touch with the past.  

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09 June – 01 October 2006   

TRANSFORMATION   

Aus eigner Sammlung

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.   

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15 September 2006 – 17 January 2007   

FERDINAND NIGG AND STUDENTS   

Crossed with the World

Ferdinand Nigg and his Students. The Magdeburg Years, 1903-1912   

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20 October 2006 – 21 January 2007   

JANNIS KOUNELLIS   

The retrospective exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein shows Jannis Kounellis way from the early letter- and number pictures via his sculptural works created in the environment of Arte Povera, all the way to the late monumental, dramatic picture-productions.