Liechtenstein. On the Future of the Past
An exhibition of historical dimensions is set to take place at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein to mark the “300 Years of the Principality of Liechtenstein” anniversary.
For the first time, masterpieces from the 15th to 19th century from the major collections of the Prince of Liechtenstein will enter into a dialogue with artworks from the 20th and 21st centuries from the collection of Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, accompanied by loans from the Hilti Art Foundation Collection and the Batliner Collection.
The exhibition Liechtenstein. On the Future of the Past pursues a special narrative. With the aid of juxtapositions across eras, the show opens up a dialogue and allows visitors to experience the continuity of fundamental questions concerning the history of humankind. A fruitful meeting of the past and present that gives cause for confidence for the future.
The main sponsor of the exhibition is LGT Bank AG, Vaduz.
Vernissage: September 19, 2019
Start of exhibition: September 20, 2019
Tuesday to Sunday 10am–5pm
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Easter Monday, 10am–5pm
Whit Monday, 10am–5pm
15 August (National Day), 10am–8pm, free admission
3rd or 4th Sunday in May (International Museum Day), 10am–5pm, free admission
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