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Luxembourg Art Week 2017

Art | November 2, 2017 |

Luxembourg Art Week 2017Image courtesy of Eric Chenal

Luxembourg Art Week 2017
Victor Hugo Hall and Tramsschapp, Luxembourg
From November 03 to 12, 2017

 

LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK, the youngest of European art fairs, has as background one of the most dynamic economic and cultural regions of the world. Thanks to a selection of renowned galleries from the four corners of Europe, it allows amateurs and art collectors to discover contemporary artistic production in all its diversity.

 

Luxembourg Art Week 2017Image courtesy of Eric Chenal

 

Located a few steps from the city center of Luxembourg, UNESCO world heritage site, LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK is particularly attractive for visitors from abroad. With a number of entries that exceeded the most optimistic projections (from 7,000 to 12,000 last year), the fair is already a must-see event in the local and regional artistic scene. The large spaces of the Halle Victor Hugo provide participants with a professional and affordable setting, allowing them to exhibit their works in the best conditions.

 

Luxembourg Art Week 2017Image courtesy of Eric Chenal

 

For their guests, LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK has developed a program of guided tours finishing with a gala dinner. After the resounding success of the first two editions, LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK 2017 returns with two complementary sections: POSITIONS presents large established regional or international galleries, while TAKE OFF highlights emerging and collective galleries through works at affordable prices.

 

Luxembourg Art Week 2017Image courtesy of Eric Chenal

 

In order to open up to the greatest number of people and to reinforce synergy effects, LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK will also offer an ambitious program of conferences organized in collaboration with institutional partners, including Mudam Luxembourg, Center Pompidou-Metz and Casino Luxembourg. LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK is supported by the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of the Economy and the City of Luxembourg and relies on a large group of sponsors and partners.

 

more. luxembourgartweek.lu

 

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