The Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein presents its programme for 2023 with artists such as Candida Höfer, Martina Morger, Paco Knöller, Liliana Moro und Clemens von Wedemeyer.
Fig. above: courtesy of Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein
“The interweaving of disciplines and artistic positions is a common thread running through our 2023 programme, meaning collaborative processes as well as allowing unknown practices or moments of clash. Furthermore, it is important to activate our own collection thanks to the involvement of artists and curators.“__ Letizia Ragaglia, Director Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein
CANDIDA HÖFER. LIECHTENSTEIN
IN DIALOGUE WITH THE COLLECTIONS OF THE KUNSTMUSEUM LIECHTENSTEIN AND THE HILTI ART FOUNDATION
For the first time, the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein and the Hilti Art Foundation are presenting a jointly conceived and integrative exhibition. The focus is on photographs by Candida Höfer, which she took especially for this exhibition at various locations in Liechtenstein.
ARE WE DEAD YET?
ARTIST’S CHOICE: MARTINA MORGER
Are We Dead Yet? is the prelude to the new exhibition series Artist’s Choice: artists are invited to select works from the collection of the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein in order to realise a presentation.
PARLAMENT DER PFLANZEN II
With the exhibition Parliament of Plants, the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein 2020/21 took up an important thematic field of our time. Parliament of Plants II continues this debate. In the exhibition, which is designed as an open structure, artists address the topics of climate change and biological research with their complex interconnections from a wide variety of perspectives.
UNTER MIR DER HIMMEL
WITH WORKS FROM THE HILTI ART FOUNDATION
Paco Knöller’s pictorial motifs and themes focus on the human figure. Personal experience of reality as well as inspiration from literature, film and natural science flow into them. The exhibition comprises around 40 works executed exclusively in oil crayon from the 1980s to the present day and focuses on human existence in the context of both human and natural history.
IN THE CONTEXT OF THE COLLECTION:
CLEMENS VON WEDEMEYER
Clemens von Wedemeyer is represented in the collection of the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein with three characteristic video installations and two sculptural works. This solo presentation combines works from the collection with more recent works by the artist.
The active involvement of the audience and the practice of listening characterise the work of Liliana Moro. The retrospective exhibition spans from her early work of the late 1980s to her current oeuvre and includes works created in-house. At the same time, it explores a fundamental aspect of her work: sound.
DIE GANZE PALETTE
WORKS FROM THE HILTI ART FOUNDATION
With The Whole Palette, the Hilti Art Foundation once again presents an exclusive selection of art from its own collection. The exhibition includes outstanding works of painting, including well-known pictures by Pablo Picasso, Max Beckmann, Ferdinand Hodler and others, as well as first-class new acquisitions by Edvard Munch, Max Ernst, Sophie Taeuber-Arp and others. In addition, new works of sculpture, collage, photography and graphic art will be on display.
Liechtenstein Art Museum
Städtle 32, 9490 Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Tuesday to Sunday 10-17 h
Thursday 10-20 h