Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein has relaunched online collection offering free access to artworks
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Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein has relaunched online collection offering free access to artworks
Art lovers and enthusiasts can now visit online for free to almost 3000 artworks from the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein collection.



LIECHTENSTEIN.- Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein is again presenting the relaunched online collection! Art lovers and enthusiasts can now visit kunstmuseum.li/collection for free access to almost 3000 artworks from the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein collection. In addition to images, the Museum's easy-to-use digital collection also includes carefully researched descriptions of works and is constantly being added to. We invite you to research, browse and embark on a digital tour!

The previous online presentation of the collection was launched in 2010 to mark the tenth anniversary of the Kunstmuseum. For Director Letizia Ragaglia, the new online display is a major step towards making the Museum's treasures accessible to a wider public: "I am absolutely passionate about collections. To me, artworks are like old friends you love to visit to hear new stories; after all, collections are truly alive! The website now makes it even easier for visitors to stay in touch with them and discover all manner of new links."

There's a lot to be seen, with the state collection of Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein forming the nucleus of the Museum. It comprises international art from early modernism to the present day, with the emphasis on art after 1945. The profile of the collection is defined by three-dimensional artworks: sculptures, installations and objects.

The collection is not on permanent display in the Museum. Instead, it forms the basis for the exhibition programme, with a range of different formats intended to encourage visitors, artists and curators to engage with the works from the collection.

As Letizia Ragaglia says, "At Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein we preserve a cultural heritage of outstanding quality. Our aim is to make this valuable asset accessible to a wide audience with a low-threshold entry point. I warmly invite everyone to take advantage of our new online offering and hope you enjoy discovering and exploring our collection!"

The state collection of Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein forms the nucleus of the Museum. It comprises international art from early modernism to the present day. The main focus is on art after 1945. The profile of the collection is defined by three-dimensional artworks: sculptures, installations and objects.

The majority of the Museum’s collection is available online. Art enthusiasts can embark on a digital tour. The collection is constantly being added to. Enjoy researching, browsing and getting to know our collection!










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