• Museum Liaunig
    open from April 30 to October 29, 2017
  • visiting mode
    without prior registration and
    without obligatory participation in a guided tour
  • Unique Architecture
    already declared a
    listed monument
  • sonusiade
    from temple of the muses to music temple

Aktuell

Aktuelle Ausstellung - Sean Scully

Museum Liaunig
April 30 to October 29, 2017

The Museum Liaunig can be viewed without prior registration during opening hours. 

Children aged 12 and over are also most welcome.

Wednesday - Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm
Monday, Tuesday: closed




Highlights

Aktuelle Ausstellung - Sean Scully

Altenberg Trio Wien  
Matinee "Der gespiegelte Kakadu"
Sunday, October 29, 2017, 11 am

Christopher Hinterhuber (piano)
Amiram Ganz (violin)
Christoph Stradner (violoncello)

Ticket Order  




Altenberg Trio Wien


Exhibitions

Continuity and disruptions

The main Exhibition is dedicated to the artists of the "New Painting" movement of the 1980s in Austria and illustrates both the continuity and disruptions in their development until today.

Old Friends: Karl Hikade 

The special exhibition room house the next chapter in the "Old Friends" series, which showcases artists with whom Herbert Liaunig has enjoyed friendly ties ever since the beginning of his activities as a collector. August 6 - October 29, 2017.

Wolfgang Ernst: SYNKATABASIS

At invitation of Herbert Liaunig the artist Wolfgang Ernst (born 1942) developed an autarchic structure for the circular sculpture depot where he Shows works from 1969 to 2017. 

Permanent collections

African Beaded Art

The 300 exhibits which derive from various ethnicities from West and Central Africa consist of ceremonial objects richly decorated with glass beads, as well as everyday items. 

Portrait miniatures

The range of the representative selection of 100 miniatures spans from the Elizabethan period with Hilliard via Cooper, Smart and Cosway up to the early 19th century. 

Glass from 1500 to 1850

The exhibits range from the beginnings of artistic, European glass in Venice to the products manufactured for the Congress of Vienna and the wealthy patrons of the Bohemian spas.