Exhibitions Exhibition Archive
Display Window Archive: Architectural Monument Langmatt More
Since the Brown family moved into their Art Nouveau villa, it has undergone a series of structural metamorphoses that tell of changing demands. Historical plans, correspondence and building invoices, photographic views and architectural trouvailles trace the eventful history from an intimate place of work and residence to a museum open to the public.
Raumfahrt VII – Natacha Donzé, Laila Kaletta, Vicente Lesser More
The exhibition series «Raumfahrt» (Space Travel) presents young Swiss art in the basement rooms of the museum. The term «space travel» is to be taken quite literally, as the public is invited to explore formerly inaccessible rooms of the Langmatt and get to know a «different» Langmatt beyond the stately rooms on the upper floor.
Geisterhaus Langmatt – An in exhibition More
In 2023, the Langmatt is transformed into a veritable haunted house. Various ghosts of unknown origin as well as undead pets, former residents and servants haunt the more than hundred-year-old villa and spread fear and terror. The comedy audio guide «Geisterhaus Langmatt» lets the numerous ghosts have their say for the first time. There will be plenty of humour and unexpected surprises.
Forever Young – The Langmatt's Most Significant Paintings More
Before the museum closes for renovation from 2024 to 2025, Forever Young will show all the paintings of French Impressionism, other important groups of works by Corot and Boudin, and the Venetian vedute, one more time. Almost all the well-known names are represented: Cassatt, Cézanne, Degas, Gauguin, Monet, Pissarro, Renoir and Sisley. Today, the Langmatt is one of the most important private collections of Impressionism in Europe.
Ash Keating More
Ash Keating (*1980 in Melbourne/Australia, lives there) has made an international name for himself with spectacular paintings of entire buildings and huge walls. In a public, performative action shortly before the Badenfahrt, Ash Keating transformes the caretaker's house in the Langmatt park, which had been somewhat neglected throughout it life, into a huge three-dimensional painting.
Display Window Archive: Sidney's South Seas Souvenirs More
Years before Sidney W. Brown (1865-1941) found a home in Baden, he sought great adventure overseas. The family archive invites you on an extraordinary journey with bold people and wonderful objects halfway around the globe and back.