• Museum Liaunig
    April 29 - October 28, 2018
  • Unique Architecture
    already declared a
    listed monument
  • sonusiade
    from temple of the muses to music temple

Current

Aktuelle Ausstellung - Sean Scully

Museum Liaunig

April 29-October 28, 2018
Wednesday-Sunday 10 am-6 pm
Monday, Tuesday: closed 
Children aged 12 and over are also most welcome.


On Friday October, 19 the special exhibition "Reimo Wukounig" remains closed. The museum Liaunig closes on this day already at 3 pm.
  

Highlights

Aktuelle Ausstellung - Sean Scully

Sunday, October 28, 2018, 11 am

Finissage: Minetti Quartett,
Janez Gregorič and Igor Gross


Ticket Order  

Exhibitions

"Umrahmung schräg gekippt"

The Liaunig Collection in motion  The Main Exhibition, curated from the extensive collection of contemporary art, shows the variety of positions in Austria from 1945 to the present day, supplemented by exemplary works by international artists. 

Reimo Wukounig

The Doubt as Form - Signature RW
Until October 27, 2018 works by Reimo Wukounig (born 1943 in Klagenfurt/Carinthia) can be seen in the triangular Special Exhibition room. 

Cornelius Kolig

The Pantheon in the Sculpture Depot Liaunig -
Attempt to transplant
At invitation of Herbert Liaunig the artist Cornelius Kolig (born 1942 in Vorderberg/Carinthia) developed an exhibition for the Sculpture Depot of the museum.

Permanent collections

African Beaded Art 

As a contrast to contemporary art, the fascinating collection of African beaded art from the recent history of different ethnic groups from West and Central Africa is displayed. 

Stamps from the Monarchy

In 2018, the stamp collection of Herbert Liaunig is presented to the interested public for the first time. Shown are rare Austrian and Lombardo-Venetian stamps from 1850 to 1867.


European Silver from 1490 to 1830

The silver collection gives an insight into European silver and goldsmithery, from the late Middle Ages until shortly after the Napoleonic Wars. Displayed are over 80 selected sacral and secular silver objects.