Rue Philippe II, Luxembourg 2017- “Un été pas comme les autres”

After the colourful umbrellas floating above Rue Phillipe II in 2014, “Look up” day-glow spider’s web in 2015 and “Swings” by Luxembourg artist Max Mertens in 2016, Casino Luxembourg has invited seven international artists to participate in 2017 of the competition organised by the Association rue Philippe II in partnership with the City of Luxembourg. For this year’s edition, the jury chose the temporary installation “Air Deluxe” by HeHe.

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The installation resembles a sky of ‘clouds’ formed and created from breathing tubes. These clouds are a sort of poetic metaphor for pure and fresh air which has become a ‘luxury product’ in many cities throughout the world.

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The English-speaking couple Helen Evans and Heiko Hansen (HeHe) discuss in their work the problems of air pollution, as well as the illusory and utopian will of man to tame nature and to master at the same time weather conditions.

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"The Family of Man"exhibition in Clervaux Castle, Luxembourg

“Photography is a major force in explaining man to man”- Edward Steichen

I had such a great time visiting the exhibition “The Family of Man” – Edward Steichen collections – in Clervaux Castle, Luxembourg. 
The exhibition comprises 503 photographs by 273 artists from 68 countries and was created by Edward Steichen for the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Today it’s permanently installed in Clervaux Castle. 
Read more about this wonderful collection here.


About Edward Steichen (1879 – 1973) –  was a Luxembourgish American photographer, painter, and art gallery and museum curator.
Edward Steichen at Wikipedia

 CHÂTEAU DE CLERVAUX (CNA)
 L-9712 Clervaux T.
+352 92 96 57
 fom@cna.etat.lu 
 Exposition permanente ouverte du 1er mars au 1er janvier.
Mercredi à dimanche (et jours fériés) de 12h à 18h. Tarifs : 6 € / 4 € / gratuit pour les moins de 21 ans.

Pascale Marthine Tayou exhibition at Mudam – Luxembourg

BLACK FOREST
18/06/2011 – 11/09/2011

The Ghent-based Cameroon-born artist Pascale Marthine Tayou is part of a generation of African
 artists who tackle post-colonial issues by mixing the experiences they have of their countries
 of origin with those they have of the western world.

Pascale Marthine Tayou has been invited to come up with a work for the Grand Hall of Mudam.
 His answer is Home Sweet Home, an installation taking the form of a city perched 
16 feet up, set on a wooden structure.
http://www.pascalemarthinetayou.com/


…And two works presented in the exhibition Walking through… Collection Mudam

Mudam Luxembourg 27/04/2011 – 06/11/2011

“Au Sol”
Isa Melsheimer Bergstadt, 2009
Verre, Silicone
The fun of the past – 2006
Polystyrène, pailletes
Deux bancs en bois
Dimensions diverses
Lumière sodium
Collection MUDAM

MUDAM
Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean
3, Park Dräi Eechelen
L-1499 Luxembourg