28/05/11 – 29/04/12
The exhibition “Poor Luxembourg?” gives you insights into the various dimensions
of poverty in Luxembourg and the world, from the time when the “Social Question”
has been raised around 1850 until today.
The Wine Museum is located in a former vintner’s house in the
picturesque village of Ehnen on the banks of the river Moselle.
The museum was opened in 1978 and belongs
to the Luxembourg state.
The museum is open from April to October every day
except Mondays from 9.30 to 11.30 am and from 2 to 5 pm.
MUSÉE ET MAISON DU VIN
115, route du Vin
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
…And two works presented in the exhibition Walking through… Collection Mudam
Mudam Luxembourg 27/04/2011 – 06/11/2011
Isa Melsheimer Bergstadt, 2009
The fun of the past – 2006
Deux bancs en bois
Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean
3, Park Dräi Eechelen