19 February – 16 May 2016   


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.   

04 March – 01 May 2016   

Jens W. Beyrich   


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.

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.  

03 June – 04 September 2016   

Charlotte Moth   


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

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24 June – 02 October 2016   

Georg Malin   

Museum man and artist

Georg Malin has shaped the history of Liechtenstein in many ways. The exhibition at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein highlights two of the roles he has played.  

23 September 2016 – 22 January 2017   

Bertrand Lavier   

Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein is mounting the most extensive exhibition of French artist Bertrand Lavier (* 1949) in the German-speaking world to date.  

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14 October 2016 – 29 January 2017   

HG Esch   

Concrete on the Mountain

The photographs of Hans Georg Esch (* 1964 in Neuwied, Germany) combine maximum technical precision with meticulous composition and spectacular visual moments.   

14 October 2016 – 12 February 2017   


From the collection Veronika and Peter Monauni

In opposition to the conventional concept of art, the artists of the German Informel movement dared to rebel against established forms and traditional principles of composition.   

Presentations from the collection of the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

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.   

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.