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Founded in 2000, the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein is a leading exhibition institution with a special focus in international modern and contemporary art. It is also the national gallery of Liechtenstein. The stunning architecture in the centre of Vaduz...more
Wandered around but the floors are a bit mish, mashed and no clear direction on where to go next. The artwork in the 1st building we went into was impressive and the other pieces were current exhibitions. Worth a look.
Impressive the Beckmanns, Wols, Hodler, the ability and courage to show a not really convincing late Kandinsky, a phantastic combination of a Legrand, Leger and a Picasso. In the later 20th century the courage of the curators seems to not really have been sufficient, the...More
The architecture of the Kunstmuseum in Vaduz is one to behold! Very interesting and what a change from the architectural lack of elements as the other buildings are not contemporary - quite a difference! There's a cafe to enjoy a coffee.
Firstly, we did not cover Kunstmuseum , only the cafe there.
The Japanese food looks absolutely delicious though we did not try it...as we were full.
We did try the latte - which is not good (so order anything but coffee). .. Way too much...More
Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein was located in the middle of the shopping street. The Hilti Art Foundation arranged exhibitions by rotation. On the lower floor, you could find Picaso paints and other private arts display as well. Worth to have a visit here.
Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein was located in the town centre and easily be found while walking in the main street. The external appearance of the museum was modern and nice. There was only a few displays on modern arts inside. However it was nice to have coffee...More
In love with the way the Hilti Foundation has arranged their collection. The floors go by themes. So you travel not only through time but also visual essays. I especially enjoyed the bottom floor with the Picasso painting. A marvel.