The Prinzhorn Collection is famous for its archive of more than 5,000 drawings, paintings, sculptures and textile works, by men and women who were patients in predominantly German psychiatric asylums, between 1850 and 1930. The newer part of the collection, which brings visitors up to the present day, consists of more than 12,000 works. This lecture will give some of the history of the Collection along with information about the museum’s current activities.

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