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A1 WV1
Marc Adrian
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1955, verre églomisé assembly
50 x 50 cm
Spacial Unfolding
Josef Pillhofer
Hongkong Ramble – 13 – 2000
Markus Prachensky
„Das I“ aus dem Imaginären Alphabet (“The I” from an imaginary alphabet)
Wander Bertoni
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Marc Adrian
variation 2, no. 5
Richard Kriesche
Progression und Signal
Hermann Painitz
o.T. (Object from Phase III)
Cornelius Kolig
Kleiner König 37-1968 (Small King 37-1968)
Gerhardt Moswitzer
Meine Kindheit möchte ich mir bewahren (I wish to preserve my childhood)
Hans Staudacher
Contemporary art—highlights

The Museum Liaunig can dispose over one of the biggest collections of Austrian art dating from 1950 onwards, which is supplemented by notable works from foreign painters and sculptors such as Tony Cragg, Robert Motherwell and Georges Mathieu.

Among the Austrian paintings and graphics are large bodies of work from Marc Adrian, Hans Bischoffshausen, Erwin Bohatsch, Gunter Damisch, Jakob Gasteiger, Alfred Klinkan, Hermann Painitz, Peter Pongratz, Markus Prachensky, Arnulf Rainer, Hubert Schmalix and Hans Staudacher.

Equally representative is the selection of works from Austrian sculptors and object artists: Joannis Avramidis, Wander Bertoni, Otto Eder, Bruno Gironcoli, Roland Goeschl, Gerhardt Moswitzer, Josef Pillhofer, Andreas Urteil, Fritz Wotruba.