Museum Liaunig presents
newly created series of concerts

Neuhaus, March 1, 2017 Museum Liaunig's triangular special exhibition room will house the newly founded series of chamber music concerts called sonusiade.

sonusiade
information and ticket booking by telephone +43 4356 / 211 15 or via e-mail office@museumliaunig.at and on site in the Museum Liaunig. 

concert tickets from € 25/27 (in advance). combined tickets (concert + museum) from € 35,50/37,50 (in advance). 

Ö1 Club-members receive the concert tickets and combined tickets (concert + museum) on the evening of  the concert at advance-booking rate (for the Ö1 Club-member and for one companion).

The combined ticket (concert + museum) is valid on the day of the concert.


cooperation partners
Ö1 Club, SONUS Kammermusikwerkstatt   


queries & contact
SKYunlimited | Mag. Sylvia Marz-Wagner MAS
sylvia.marz-wagner@skyunlimited.at | +43 699 16448001





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Museum Liaunig becomes 
partner of "Blickachsen 11"

In its 20th anniversary year “Blickachsen” will from 21 May to 1 October transform the Rhine-Main region into a place of adventure for contemporary international sculpture.

Experiencing nature and appreciating art: from 21 May to 1 October the Blickachsen Foundation will once again invite visitors to an extraordinary art experience in Bad Homburg vor der Höhe and selected locations throughout the Rhine-Main region. For the eleventh time, the “Blickachsen” Sculpture Biennale will present works by international artists in the public space, offering contemporary art at the highest level. And this year, “Blickachsen” will celebrate ist 20th anniversary. Alongside Documenta, Sculpture Projects Münster and the Venice Biennale, it marks a further highlight of the Grand Tour in 2017.

The first “Blickachsen” was held in 1997 with works by Anthony Caro, Bernhard Heiliger and Ansgar Nierhoff, among others. Looking back over all the exhibitions, the list of participating artists reads like a Who’s Who of contemporary sculpture. Originally held in the Bad Homburg Kurpark, the successful project quickly expanded to additional new venues. The seventh exhibition in 2009 went on to occupy the Schlosspark, which had been redesigned in the 18th century as an English landscaped garden. And in the same year, the Rhine-Main region was already in its sights: Timm Ulrichs’ sensor-controlled kinetic work “Dancing Trees” moved the event out to three further locations, including Darmstadt and Weilburg. This constant expansion reached its high point two years ago, when eight locations were brought into play in addition to Bad Homburg, in a journey taking us to Eppstein Castle, Darmstadt, Eschborn, Frankfurt, Neu-Anspach with the Hessenpark Open-Air Museum, Saalburg Fort, Eberbach Monastery, and Kronberg. Not least because of this has “Blickachsen”, with its city-spanning structure, become a noted date in the international art calendar.

With “Blickachsen 11”, curator Christian K. Scheffel is once again in 2017 creating a forum for an artistic coming together. Internationally renowned artists join new talents, opening a view onto a broad spectrum of positions in contemporary sculpture. Through the sensitive planning of space they come together and complement each other: this year, again, the visitor will be able to trace the contrasts and connections between the different works, moving around the exhibition in the open air. Peter Joseph Lenné was the creator of the Bad Homburg Kurpark, established in 1856. His “Blickachsen”, or visual axes, are part of a historical concept, which is uniquely brought alive today through contemporary art.

For this year’s eleventh “Blickachsen”, the Foundation is happy to welcome the Austrian Museum Liaunig in Neuhaus, near the Slovenian border, as partner museum. This collaboration promises the participation of a range of Austrian artists with very different approaches and ways of working. The organizer is the Blickachsen Foundation, a public benefit organization which ensures the long-term future of the exhibition series founded by Christian K. Scheffel. The joint organizers are the City of Bad Homburg, the Kur- und Kongreß-GmbH Bad Homburg, and the Administration of the Public Stately Homes and Gardens in Hessen. 

“Blickachsen 11” will be opened on 21 May 2017 at the Schmuckplatz, opposite Kaiser-Friedrich-Promenade 55, in Bad Homburg vor der Höhe. Detailed information on “Blickachsen 1-10” can be found at: www.blickachsen.com

For further enquiries please contact us at the press office for “Blickachsen 11”, Sunita Scheffel, Blickachsen Communications (+49 - (0)178 - 4 73 25 91, presse@blickachsen.de) or at Lindinger + Schmid, Berlin, Art and Publicity Department, Anna Figuerola Wischke (tel. +49 - (0)30 - 857 449 250, wischke@lindinger-schmid.de).





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