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PREMIER ÉTAGE - SECOND DEGRÉ

MUDAM COLLECTION

17/11/2010 - 10/04/2011

Through a selection of art works from Mudam Collection, the Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean is exploring a spirit that, ever since Marcel Duchamp, infuses contemporary artistic creation. Here, the practices of misappropriation and irony are serving the critical spirit of the artists and allow them to acquire the distance and filters that are necessary to be able to bring a sense of play to the serious business of their quest.

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DANIEL BUREN

"ARCHITECTURE, CONTRE-ARCHITECTURE : TRANSPOSITION" . TRAVAIL IN SITU

09/10/2010 - 22/05/2011

The exhibition by Daniel Buren in the Grand Hall of the museum is the fruit of a joint invitation to the artist from Mudam and Centre Pompidou-Metz to create a specific installation in relation to their respective spaces. As it is often the case with his work, the installation the artist has conceived for Mudam is concerned with “frames” - be they aesthetic, architectural or institutional - which condition any exhibited art, by rendering certain aspects visible.

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JUST LOVE ME

REGARD SUR UNE COLLECTION PRIVÉE

09/10/2010 - 30/01/2011

Just Love me is the very first edition of what is planned to become a whole series of exhibitions meant to show the great diversity of approaches that are existing in the process of collecting contemporary art today. Everyone of these exhibitions will give the opportunity to one or several curators of Mudam Luxembourg to put a subjective view on a private collection, in as well as out of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg

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ILLOGICAL THOUGHTS…

WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF “DIAGONALES : SON, VIBRATION ET MUSIQUE DANS LA COLLECTION DU CENTRE NATIONAL DES ARTS PLASTIQUES”

09/10/2010 - 30/01/2011

Presented in the context of Diagonales : son, vibration et musique dans la collection du Centre national des arts plastiques, an event initiated by the CNAP in France, in partnership with 20 art institutions in France, Belgium and Luxembourg, the exhibition Illogical thoughts... is presenting sound installations created for this occasion by three artists and articulated around speech and the illogical process of thinking it can generate.

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NINA BEIER AND MARIE LUND

THE OBJECT LESSONS

09/10/2010 - 30/01/2011

Nina Beier and Marie Lund’s exhibition takes as a starting point a fictional text written by London-based curator Francesco Pedraglio, following the artists’ invitation to write a subjective text on their 2009 show at De Vleeshal in Middelburg. This text features two artists who, in the story, produce new works. The exhibition is based on a new series of works taking their inspiration from the sculptures described in the text.

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ATTILA CSÖRGŐ

ARCHIMEDEAN POINT

09/10/2010 - 23/01/2011

The work of Attila Csörgő explores the adjoining territories of art and science. He makes experiments with carefully engineered and meticulously adjusted devices of his own design. His works attest to a mindset that is playful and humorous, as well as philosophical. Through simulacra of objects or forms - the virtual products of his unusual devices - he offers a look into an underlying reality that normally goes unnoticed, hidden to the routine ways of our everyday perception.

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SKETCHES OF SPACE

19/06/2010 - 19/09/2010

Mudam has invited eight artists to occupy the museum with projects specifically conceived for the occasion. Through their diversity, the installations enhance different approaches to the notion of space. Physical intervention to the architecture of Ieoh Ming Pei, game of construction and deconstruction, relating the interior to the exterior of the building, immersive environment, installation disorientating the viewer, response to the institutional context...

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Y8

PERFORMANCE WITH THE PUBLIC’S PARTICIPATION

19/06/2010 - 19/09/2010

Y8 looks at the possibility of establishing the philosophy and practice of yoga within art by transferring it to the architecturally and socially codified context of exhibition spaces. Each session starts with an introductory talk followed by a practice of breathing, postures and relaxation. Sessions are led by the artists Benita-Immanuel Grosser. How we perceive and experiment an exhibition space and the works of art in it, is a basic point in the practice of the artists’ couple...

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MUDAM COLLECTION

OF OUR FACES (AND OUR BODIES) . OF OUR ARTIFICIALITY

26/05/2010 - 30/10/2010

Mudam devotes its first floor, over 800 m2, to its collection, presenting it through themed exhibitions. Until November the public will thus be able to discover the works of 36 artists, grouped into two sequences, “Of our faces (and our bodies)” and “Of our artificiality”. Exploring the rest of the museum, the visitor will also encounter other works of the collection, some of which - such as the Chapel by Wim Delvoye - have been especially created for the museum...

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DESIGN CITY LUXEMBOURG

“EDITION 0” BY MUDAM

23/04/2010 - 06/06/2010

Design City Luxembourg offers a series of events in honor of industrial and urban design, in different parts of the City of Luxembourg. The long-term aim is the integration of design as a philosophy of life (and of the city). Thus, aspiring to become a “city of design”, means above all being concerned with the well-being of its inhabitants and acting in favour of their quality of life.

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BRAVE NEW WORLD

FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF MUDAM COLLECTION

30/01/2010 - 24/05/2010

What do works of art tell us about the world we live in and that we contribute, each day, to (re)construct, to (re)form, to (re)think? Which are the images of our bodies, of our earth, of our cities, of our dreams and of our fears that artists reflect to us? The exhibition Brave New World proposes - from the perspective of Mudam Collection - an open and surprising view of the universe that surrounds us, through art works of more than eighty contemporary artists.

 

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