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Exhibition at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein harks back to modernism

The artists in this exhibition hark back to modernism ? and rediscover it. They examine the conceptual, programmatic and formal traditions of the early twentieth century that have become established as parameters. They search for traces that help to identify alternative modes of reception, thus opening up avenues for an unexpected positioning in the history of art. The aspect of inspiration that lies in reappraising the past plays a special role: modernism becomes a reservoir.
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