What is Luxembourg Art Week?

Luxembourg Art Week is the must-see international contemporary art fair in Luxembourg. Through a selection of cutting-edge galleries from around the world, it offers the opportunity for collectors and art lovers to sample the best of contemporary art. The fair also supports emerging galleries, artists' collectives and showcases works at affordable prices.

Collectors, gallerists and artists appreciate the relaxed and convivial atmosphere of Luxembourg Art Week and enjoy the extensive and ambitious cultural programme, including conferences, performances, film screenings, monumental sculptures and more.

Luxembourg Art Week works in close relationships with all major regional institutions and also benefits from the support of the Ministry of Culture and the City of Luxembourg.

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Selection Committee

The selection committee of the fair, appointed for a three-year period, is made up of renowned gallerists, collectors, and professionals with different backgrounds and artistic sensibilities from Luxembourg and abroad. 

  • Nathalie Berghege-Compoint, Galerie Lelong & Co.
  • Philippe Dupont, Partner, Arendt & Medernach, Arendt Art Collection
  • Marie-Noëlle Farcy, Head of Collection, Mudam
  • Frédéric de Goldschmidt, Collector
  • Marc Gubbini, Collector
  • Alex Reding, CEO, Luxembourg Art Week

The 2022 edition in figures

8th anniversary

3 and a half days of exhibition

Purpose-built temporary exhibition space of over 5.000sqm

New selection committee

More than 20. 000 visitors

80+ art galleries, artists' collectives and institutions

5 continents / 14 represented countries

85% of foreign exhibitors

37.5% of first time exhibitors

The 2021 edition in figures

7th anniversary

3 and a half days of exhibition

New exhibition space of over 5.000sqm

More than 15.000 visitors

80+ art galleries, institutions and artists' associations

4 continents / 12 represented countries

76% of foreign galleries

Over 400 artists and 1500 artworks exhibited

220+ national and international press, TV and radio coverage