LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK prides itself on playing an essential role in a dynamic local environment. Launched in 2015, it quickly established itself as a major event for art lovers and collectors in Luxembourg and beyond. This year’s event will gather more than 50 international galleries, cultural institutions and artists’ collectives in two complementary sections.
POSITIONS brings together a selection of established contemporary art galleries from around Europe which represent internationally renowned artists. This section offers exhibitors a professional, dynamic and cost-effective setting to present their artists to a wide audience of art lovers and collectors. The arrangement of the booths has been completely reviewed in 2018 to allow for greater flexibility while offering maximum visibility. The redesign will furthermore allow the fair to host more galleries (32) this year.
LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK and its official partner, the Ministry of Culture, renew their support to the emerging contemporary scene through TAKE OFF. Launched in 2016, this section is dedicated to emerging galleries with a focus on young or lesser-known artists who present works at affordable prices, as well as to institutions, organisations and artists’ collectives who submit specifically conceived projects. This year, 18 exhibitors were selected to take part in TAKE OFF.
Bringing together a string of specialists from various fields, the conferences and public debates organised during LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK 2018 in partnership with the public radio station 100,7 are a unique opportunity to catch up with the latest developments in local and international art.
Georgina Adam – Is the art market overheating?
Enrico Lunghi – Twenty years of contemporary art in Luxembourg: key challenges and limitations
Suzanne Cotter and Emma Lavigne – The museum in contemporary times
Every day from 13:00 to 13:45, Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain, in collaboration with the DADADA magazine, will also invite Luxembourgish artists and key players from the local cultural scene to discuss on a specific topic.
ArtLx goes Berlin: Artists from the Berlin art scene
Casey Detrow, Mary-Audrey Ramirez, Vince Tillotson
ArtLx goes Venice: Luxembourgish artists at the Venice Biennial
Filip Markiewicz, Catherine Lorent
ArtLx goes Luxembourg: New artist studios in Luxembourg
Sara Noel Costa de Araujo, studio SNCDA, Trixi Weis
Friday 9 November, 11:00–21:00
Saturday 10 November, 11:00–19:30
Sunday 11 November, 11:00–18:00
Guided tours daily
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