Luxembourg Art Week / The Fair
Nov 9–22, 2020 / Online

Fadi Jaafar, Untitled, 2019, Mixed media on cardboard / Hariko

Luxembourg Art Week / The fair 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.

 

Chantal Maquet, Zu Tisch – Auf Dich, 2019, Oil on canvas, Unique / Artscape

Albert Pepermans, Vase, 2002, Acrylic and ink on wood /Schönfeld Gallery

Bruno Gadenne, 23 gouaches from the “100 jours chez les Mayas” series, 2019 – 2020, Gouache on paper / Galerie Robet Dantec

Caroline Denervaud, Le printemps, 2020, Oil on canvas, Unique / Double V Gallery

Marie-France Goerens, Winkelgeschichten blau 5, Histoires d’angles bleues, 2020, Collage canvas acrylic, Framed museums-glas / zs art galerie

Collectors, gallerists and artists appreciate the relaxed and convivial atmosphere of Luxembourg Art Week / The Fair and enjoy the extensive and ambitious cultural program, including conferences, performances, film screenings 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.

 

Andrea Flemming, Konsole G2, 2017, Verre soufflé, chandelier, bois, peinture acrylique / Kunstverein Trier Junge Kunst e.V.

Christelle Grandon, Diptyque 1, Cellules, 2019, Digital prints on Fine Art Heritage Museum paper
Unique edition / APERTO

David Hockney, Oranges, 2011, iPad drawing printed on paper, Edition of 25 / Galerie Lelong & Co.

David Hockney, Sparer Chairs, Photographic drawing printed on paper, mounted on Dibond. Edition 9/25, 2014 / Galerie Lelong & Co.

Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Wrapped Armchair, Project, 1990, Lithograph and silkscreen with collage of fabric, jute, transparent polyethylene, string and staples with additions in black pencil, Signed and numbered 41/100 / Galerie F. Hessler

The Main Section

The Main Section gathers more than thirty established contemporary art galleries representing internationally renowned artists. It allows visitors, collectors and art investors to discover the best of contemporary art creation.

Take Off

Supported by the Ministry of Culture since its creation in 2016, the foresight Take Off section is dedicated to galleries representing young emerging artists as well as institutions, organizations and artists’ collectives wishing to present their work to a wide audience. Visitors can discover new creations as well as multiple editions at affordable prices.

 

Ho Ryon Lee, Blurred image 160112S, 2016, Oil on canvas / Galerie PJ

Peggy Wauters, Swimming, 2020, Oil on panel, 7-piece work / CAPS

Gérard Schneider, Untitled, 1974, Acrylic on paper mounted on canvas / Galerie Arnoux

David Russon, The Glory Is In You (II), 2020, Acrylic on canvas / Nosbaum Reding | Carla Van De Puttelaar, The red braid (Rembrandt series), 2015, Archival pigment print mounted on dibond in black wooden frame with museum glass / Artscape

Jaume Plensa, L’écrivain prisonnier, 2019, Wool tapestry, Edition of 3 / Galerie Lelong & Co.

Focus

A real springboard, the new Focus section reveals and promotes, each year, the strength and vitality of contemporary creation in a selected city. For each Focus, a dozen artistic spaces and young galleries from this contemporary scene will be selected and then highlighted in the Take Off section. In 2020, Luxembourg Art Week will thus highlight the Belgian capital, Brussels.

First Call

The First Call section, inaugurated on the fifth edition of the fair, allows international galleries who have never participated in Luxembourg Art Week to discover the Luxembourg market in optimal conditions. This section was not re-conducted in 2020 due to the coronavirus epidemic.

 

Man Ray, Le souffle, 1931, “Electricity” series, Rayograms heliogravures framed anti UV glass / Galerie Eva Meyer

Jean Moiras, Tentation Venise, Mixed media on canvas, Unique / Galerie Schortgen

Roland Quetsch, Ɔ 219 201 8 black white dark green, 2018, Wood, metal, canvas, glas fiber, epoxy resin, lacquer / Ceysson & Bénétière

Dirk Salz, Untitled (WV 2317), 2018, Resin, pigments on Multiplex / Galerie Obrist | Eric Poitevin, Untitled, 2013, Ink jet printing on paper, Ed. 5 of 5 / Bernard Jordan

Roger Bertemes, Untitled (Mother), 2000, Watercolor, Chinese ink, Unique / mediArt

Nearly 70 galleries, institutions, and artists’ associations are presented with 1,500 artworks on display from over 450 artists, including David Hockney, Jaume Plensa, Caroline Denervaud, Oscar Gauthier, Carla van de Puttelaar, Man Ray, Roland Quetsch, Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Etel Adnan, Francesco Clemente, among many others.

 

Luxembourg Art Week / The Fair
6th Edition 2020
November 9–22, 2020 / 3D Virtual Tour & Online Catalogue
Physical edition dates to be confirmed, Halle Victor Hugo, Luxembourg
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