Interview with Corç George Demir
Exhibitor: Queer Art Space Vienna
Interview with Ilke Cop
Exhibitor: TATJANA PIETERS
Interview with Heather Benjamin
Exhibitor: Bim Bam Gallery
Zoom on the Main Section of the Fair
If women ruled the (art) world – Interview Marie-Stéphanie Servos
Marie-Stéphanie Servos – Founder Femmes d’art
Art Walk: a wander through art
The partnership between Luxembourg Art Week and the City of Luxembourg has been continually developed in recent years, especially since the provision of an ephemeral space on Glacis square in 2021, which significantly contributed to the expansion and international visibility of the fair.
Writing Space - Interview with Pauline-Rose Dumas
"The French artist Pauline-Rose Dumas, who took part in the EIB Institute’s Artists Development Programme in 2022/2023, has been commissioned to make new work for the café space at Luxembourg Art Week. Her installation, Café Pauline, continues her research into the combination of wrought-iron sculptures and textile works."
Discover the programme of Luxembourg Art Week 2023
Venturing outside the white cube: Art and public commissions in Luxembourg
"Has the Luxembourg government (finally) found a way to create a durable alliance between public procurement and contemporary art?"
The how and why of Caroline von Reden, Director of the Fair
Welcome from Caroline von Reden, Director of Luxembourg Art Week
Caroline von Reden, Director: Objectives and Outlook
While Luxembourg Art Week seeks to remain true to its origins, it recognises the need to grow and extend its reach beyond the regional context. To drive its development and raise the country’s profile as a prime location for contemporary art, it has appointed Caroline von Reden as its new Director of Strategy from this year onwards.. Profile, objectives, and outlook of the new director of the fair.
Call for Applications 2023
The team is delighted to announce the opening of applications and invites you to apply for participation in the 2023 edition. The submission of application is accepted until Saturday 3 June 2023.
Artist Residency, How-to Guide?
"If artist residencies did not exist, the evolution of creation would be more laborious, and there may be projects that will never happen, which could otherwise occur."
Strategy: Collecting Today
Stimulate artistic production, display one's sensitivity, cultural capital as an inheritance, well-being in the workplace, a network of professionals and unmissable places: so many assets to consider when starting to collect art!
The collector, from passion to reason
"The collector’s passion knows no bounds; it often reflects a lifetime". Interview with Alex Reding
Renowned Luxembourgish artists honored worldwide
The trajectory of an artist is often shaped by the attainment of an award. Financial support and, above all, peer recognition—whether one desires it or not—being adorned with a prize is an essential step in an artistic career. Luxembourg knows how to reward the uniqueness, innovation, and excellence of its artists.
The Contemporary Art Prizes in Luxembourg: A Social and Cultural Marker
The visibility brought by certain awards is a definite asset in an environment where everyone is trying, as best they can, to establish themselves. Beyond its symbolic value, a prize amplifies interest in an artist's work...
NFTs vs physical works, authenticity in the art world
Join interview with Aleksandra Jovanic and FeralFile's team
Managing Art Collections
"The constitution of an art collection relies, first and foremost, on a passion built over time. The notion of durability is a fundamental component of the art market". Interview with Vanessa Vidot, Wit Art
Luxembourg Art Week, annual catalyst for the Luxembourg scene
The principle of current art fairs is to have a short temporality to concentrate energies, provoke encounters, and develop a more festive atmosphere, in contrast to the long-term programming of exhibitions in museums
Construction and deconstruction, action and meditation, protection and obstacle, fragility and resistance, temporariness and permanence
Conversation in tandem with Delphine Guillaud (Backslash, Paris) and artist Simon Niçaise
Nature and spirituality in contemporary painting
Conversation in tandem with Michael Janssen (Michael Janssen Gallery) and artist Yafeng Duan
Showing the madness of the world
Conversation in tandem with Marietta Clages (Clages, Cologne) and artist Christian Theiß
Figurative expressionism in the GAFA Big Four era
Conversation in tandem with Tristan Paprocki (Galerie Romero Paprocki, Paris) and artist Lou Ros
The value of archives and documentation in the field of contemporary art
Conversation in tandem with Adam Korcsmáros (Nadine Gandy, Bratislava) and artist Marysia Lewandowska
Line-up of Exhibitors 2022
Over 80 established and emerging galleries from around Europe participate in this year's Luxembourg Art Week show, showcasing high-quality contemporary artworks. Discover now our list of exhibitors for the 2022 edition!
My mission is to ensure that this collection is well preserved, to ensure its administrative management, to think about its dissemination to the museum’s public at home and abroad
Meet Marie Noëlle Farcy, Head of Collection at Mudam and Luxembourg Art Week Selection Committee Member
Leading expert in banking and financial law but also a contemporary art enthusiast
Meet Philippe Dupont, Partner Arendt & Medernach, Arendt & Art Collection, and Luxembourg Art Week Selection Committee Member
One of the most famous and dynamic players in the Grand Duchy’s contemporary art scene
Meet Alex Reding, Luxembourg Art Week CEO and Selection Committee Member
In the beginning, a collector has the choice of either buying works in edition or on paper from a renowned artist, or buying medium-sized drawings or paintings from an emerging artist
Meet Marc Gubbini, Collector and Luxembourg Art Week Selection Committee Member
She says she is literally, "inhabited" by art
Meet Nathalie Berghege, Director, Galerie Lelong & Co. and Luxembourg Art Week Selection Committee Member
There is no point in owning an important work if it could not be seen by anyone
Meet Frédéric de Goldschmidt, Collector and Luxembourg Art Week Selection Committee Member
New selection committee in 2022
Among the novelties for this year's edition, the fair also welcomes a renewed selection committee made up of renowned gallerists, collectors and professionals with different backgrounds and artistic sensibilities from Luxembourg and abroad.
Call for applications 2022
The team is delighted to announce the opening of applications and invites you to apply for participation in the 2022 edition. The submission of application is accepted until Wednesday 1 June 2022.
Meet Maria Lund, Director, Galerie Maria Lund
Interview with Maria Lund (Galerie Maria Lund, Paris)
Striving to make known the Belgian artists of the post-war period, sometimes forgotten, who deserve to be (re-)discovered to appear alongside their best-known peers
Interview with Maurice Verbaet (Maurice Verbal Gallery, Brussels)
Bringing an international program to the burgeoning Parisian art scene with LA artists
Interview with Praz-Delavallade
Line-up of Exhibitors 2021
Over 80 established and emerging galleries from around Europe participate in this year's Luxembourg Art Week show, showcasing high-quality contemporary artworks. Discover now our list of exhibitors for the 2021 edition!
30,000 visitors from 90 countries!
For this edition unlike any other, the fair has reinvented itself by shifting its offer into the World Wide Web with a 3D virtual tour and an online catalogue with more than 1,500 works by 450 international artists, which also attract no less than 30,000 visitors from 90 countries.
Virtual Tour 2020
Luxembourg Art Week's online catalogue is now online with over a thousand works. Discover the virtual booths of the 69 exhibitors from this year's edition. Walk within the aisles, enter a booth, turn around, look at another wall, ...
Le Quotidien de l’Art: Special edition 2020
Quotidien de l'Art special edition about the virtual edition of Luxembourg Art Week was released on Monday 9 November.
Online Catalogue 2020
Luxembourg Art Week's online catalogue is now online with over a thousand works that will be included to the 3D virtual tour of the 6th edition of Luxembourg Art Week, but also with exclusive artworks.
Paperjam: Special Edition 2020
Paperjam's new Luxembourg Art Week supplement comes out this Thursday, October 29. Contents: a comprehensive guide for art lovers.
The gallery covers a broad spectrum of contemporary artistic practices, from figurative paintings to video work and minimalistic to conceptual work
Meet Laurence Dauwens (Dauwens Beernaert, Brussels)
Luxembourg Art Week moves toward digital for its 2020 edition!
We regret to announce that the on-site edition of Luxembourg Art Week has been postponed to 2021. From 20 to 22 November 2020, join our online platform and enjoy the digital edition of the fair.
Naturally, I went from being an architect to that of a gallery owner
Meet Alexis Rastel (ARCHIRAAR, Brussels)
Line-up of Exhibitors 2020
Over 65 established and emerging galleries from around Europe participate in this year's Luxembourg Art Week | The Fair show, showcasing high quality contemporary artworks. Discover now our list of exhibitors for the 2020 edition!
Postponed Application Deadline
Given the current situation, the team of Luxembourg Art Week has decided to extend the closing date for applications to Friday 10 July 2020. There's still time to apply.
Closing Report 2019
The fifth edition of Luxembourg Art Week has just closed its doors. Discover a first selection of images from the Preview and Vernissage as well as the Closing Report of this year's edition!
Online Catalogue 2019
Preview the online catalogue of Luxembourg Art Week 2019.
Line-up of Exhibitors 2019
Over 60 established and emerging galleries from around the world participate in Luxembourg Art Week show, showcasing high quality contemporary artworks. Discover now our list of exhibitors for the 2019 edition!
Call for Applications 2019
Luxembourg Art Week is accepting applications for its fifth edition until June 18, 2019.
Closing Report 2018
The fourth edition of LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK has once again been a success with an increasing number of exhibitors, collectors and a great press review.
Luxembourg Art Week 2018 Aftermovie
The aftermovie of the 4th edition of Luxembourg Art Week is now online.
Online Catalogue 2018
Preview the online catalogue of Luxembourg Art Week 2018.
Line-up of Exhibitors 2018
Luxembourg Art Week is pleased to announce the participants of its fourth edition.
Call for Applications 2018
Luxembourg Art Week is accepting applications for its fourth edition until June 1, 2018.
Closing Report 2017
Read the Luxembourg Art Week end of fair report for the third edition 2017.
Line-up of Exhibitors 2017
Luxembourg Art Week is pleased to announce the participants of its third edition.
New Location for Salon du CAL in 2017
For Luxembourg Art Week 2017 the annual exhibition of the Cercle Artistique de Luxembourg (CAL) will moved in to a new location.