Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean (Mudam Luxembourg)
- L’Image papillonL’Image papillon is interested in works in which the issues of memory and remembrance are discussed, less in terms of being an anchor in the past than in terms of experience, narrative load, activation of the past in the present. As the title of the exhibition, borrowed from a recent book by Muriel Pic on the work by German writer W. G. Sebald, suggests, one of the sources of inspiration for this project is the use of Sebald, in books such as The Rings of Saturn or Austerlitz, of non-credited black and white images, of often indefinite origin and nature, appearing in the text as “image memories” punctuating the hazards of the narration.
- Folkert De JongThe sculpted paintings of Dutch artist Folkert de Jong are, at first glance, attractive and disconcerting at the same time. Transforming the exhibition space into a real theater stage, he invents little realistic scenes he produces in natural scale. Often inspired by historical events or artistic periods, they display themselves in complex compositions. Invited by Mudam, the artist produces an series of new pieces especially conceived for the Grand Hall.
- Art Orienté Objet
- Lutz&Guggisberg - Thea Djordjadze
- Lee Bul
- Elmar Trenkwalder
- Chen Chieh-Jen
Wednesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday to Monday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed on Tuesday and on 01.01 / 01.11 / 25.12
Adults: € 5
< 26 years, > 60 years, groups (min. 15 persons): € 3
< 18 years, Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.: free entrance
Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duke Jean (Mudam Luxembourg)
3, Park Dräi Eechelen / L-1499 Luxembourg-Kirchberg
Mudam is the foremost museum dedicated to contemporary art in Luxembourg, and strives to be attentive to every discipline and open to the whole world. Its collection and programme reflect current artistic trends and show the emergence of new artistic practices on a national and international scale. The building, by famous Chinese- American architect Ieoh Ming Pei, is a marvellous dialogue between the natural and historical environments. Standing against the vestiges of Fort Thüngen, it follows the line of the former perimeter walls, and is set in the Park Dräi Eechelen, which offers magnificent views of the old town, just a short walk from the European district of Kirchberg.