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23 January – 15 March 2015   

Donation of the Gerda Techow Collection   

Gerda Techow already donated two paintings by the German expressionist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner to the Liechtenstein State Art Collection in 1988. Techow’s entire collection is now to be donated to Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein by the GERDA TECHOW GEMEINNÜTZIGE STIFTUNG, Vaduz.   

13 February – 23 August 2015   

Nice to See You!   

160 Works from the Collection

Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein will be fifteen years old in 2015. With an extensive themed exhibition, the museum therefore provides an in-depth insight into its own collection, its history, and new additions.  

27 March – 21 June 2015   

Alexander Rodchenko   

Photography and Design

Alexander Rodchenko (1891-1956) is one of the outstanding figures in the development of early 20th century art.  

23 May 2015 – 09 October 2016   

Beckmann, Picasso, Giacometti & more   

Opening Exhibition of the Hilti Art Foundation

In conjunction with the opening of the Hilti Art Foundation exhibition building as an extension to the existing Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, fifty selected paintings, sculptures and objects from the holdings of the art collection are presented from classical modernism up to today.   

03 July – 22 November 2015   

The Grass is Always Greener on the Other Side   

A Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein exhibition curated by Kunstverein Schichtwechsel

36 artists from Liechtenstein, Iceland, Luxembourg and Montenegro focus on the reality of small European states and how they are perceived by others.  

11 September 2015 – 24 January 2016   

Ferdinand Nigg (1865-1949)   

Embroidered Modernism

To mark the 150th birthday of Ferdinand Nigg, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein is staging a major synoptic exhibition devoted to Liechtenstein’s most important modernist artist.   

11 December 2015 – 21 February 2016   

Heimspiel 2015   

Art in AR, AI, SG, TG, FL and Vorarlberg

2015 is a Heimspiel year: a great opportunity to showcase and network art in the region and beyond national borders.   

Presentations from the collection of the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

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11 September 2015 – 24 January 2016   

From the collection: Ornament, Reduction, Continuum   

With reference to the exhibition "Ferdinand Nigg (1865–1949). Embroidered Modernism", this collection presentation gives an insight into the world of ornament and reduction in different cultural areas.