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Trinkhall Museum: an art museum in Liège

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The Trinkhall Museum, located in the Avroy Park (Liège),  invites you, through its permanent collections and temporary exhibitions, to discover the incredible pieces created from mentally disabled artists.

An international collection

The Trinkhall Museum's collections are an international heritage: 3,000 pieces of various genres - from painting, drawing, sculptures, engraving to textile creation.

The museum promotes the work of mentally disabled artists, who usually work in a workshop context. Since its creation in 1998, the MADmuseum has carried out in-depth research to enrich its permanent collection, design temporary exhibitions, organise a documentation centre and communicate and raise awareness to as wide an audience as possible.

 

Facilities

Equipement

  • Cafe
  • Shop
  • Car parking
  • Cycle rack
  • Parking
  • Restaurant

Visites

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