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Mark Wallinger

18.9.–11.12.2022More

Peter Mieg, Musikabend in der Langmatt, 1961, Aquarell über Bleistift auf Papier, 28 x 36 cm, Museum Langmatt

Display Window Archive – The Langmatt as a musical meeting place

25.9.–11.12.2022More

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There are currently no restrictions due to COVID-19 on visiting the Museum Langmatt. We are looking forward to welcoming you!

 

Museum Langmatt - A unique historical ensemble

The Museum Langmatt opened in 1990 and is considered one of the most important private collections of French Impressionism in Europe. Together with the Art Nouveau villa and the park, the unique art collection forms an incomparable historical ensemble and a magical time capsule where inspired exhibitions combine the collection with contemporary art. In recent years, the museum has developed into a hot spot for contemporary painting and opened up to a wide range of events, from spoken poetry, pop concerts and classic car gatherings to picnics, yoga and drawing classes in the park. The Langmatt is a house of discoveries for all generations from near and far.

A multifaceted short portrait with explanations by Museum Director Markus Stegmann, produced by vernissage.tv, provides an insight into the diversity of the Langmatt.

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Send us fond greetings

Join in! Send your greetings to the Museum Langmatt. A selection of the public's mailings will be shown in A6 format next to the artists' postcards and the impressionists in the collection in the exhibition Liebe Grüsse.
And this is how it works: Send us a photo, a short text or a drawing via
- Instagram: tag @museumlangmatt and use the hashtag #liebegrüsselangmatt
- Facebook: via Messenger to @museumlangmatt
- E-mail: to info@langmatt.ch
- Post: postcard to Museum Langmatt, Römerstrasse 30, 5401 Baden
You are also welcome to drop off your postcard directly at the museum reception.