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16 February – 06 May 2007   



In her installations that echo the formal language of constructivist avant-garde, minimal and conceptual tendencies of the 60s and the 70s as well as a heritage of modernist architecture, Monika Sosnowska constructs a physical and conceptual labyrinth, a post-narrative, inner world of spatiality, staged in a sequence of interventions that emphasize space’s virtualities and potentials.  

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25 May – 02 September 2007   


Art and Sustainability

Since the late 1960s it has become apparent that a number of artists have held increasingly skeptical views concerning the acceleration in Western societies. Exponents of Arte Povera, Concept Art and other groups have focused increasingly on the losses that have accompanied this continual acceleration in the pace of life.  

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21 September 2007 – 13 January 2008   


The Collection Ricke

In 2006, the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein acquired the Rolf Ricke Collection together with the Kunstmuseum St. Gallen and the Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt. The exhibition presents the higlights in this collection.  

16 November 2007 – 17 February 2008   


The Fifties

The two exhibitions juxtapose the Herbert Zangs and Joseph Beuys not primarily in their artistic work but in light of their similar heritage.  

Exhibitions with works form the Princely Collections

19 January – 28 October 2007   


Myth and Reality. From the Collection of the Prince of Liechtenstein

The hunt has always been one of the nobility’s greatest privileges. With works form the Prince of Liechtenstein.  

Presentations from the collection of the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

04 May – 14 October 2007   

Arte Povera   

The Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein owns one of the largest collection of works from artits of the Arte Povera group. This exhibitions shows the most important of them.  

17 October 2007 – 17 February 2008   

Frozen Gestures   

Dialogues – this is the form of presentation at the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein. For this purpose, the works of art are again and again arranged in new combinations with each other. Pleasure in the dialogue stands in the foreground.