Oct 09 2008

“Chungking Dream” at MUDAM

Published by at 07:10 under Screening Room

Jean-Louis Schuller’s short doc about immigrants in Hong Kong’s notorious Chungking Mansions will be presented at Mudam as part of the exhibition “ELO. Inner Exile – Outer Limits”, starting on October 11th.

SOURCE: Mudam

ELO. Inner Exile – Outer Limits
From October 11, 2008 to February 2, 2009

The ELO exhibition shows a snapshot of the contemporary art scene in Luxembourg featuring existing works and new productions. The exhibition does not intent to be a mere inventory of “Luxembourgian art” It rather analyses the contemporary art scene in regard of its evolution during the last decade with i.e. the creation of many new cultural institutions, museums, theatres etc. Notable changes can also be seen on a more personal level: more and more artists choose to settle and work in Luxembourg, a situation never seen before!

Artists Götz Arndt . Jean-Marie Biwer . Gast Bouschet & Nadine Hilbert . Simone Decker . Stina Fisch . Christian Frantzen . Tina Gillen . Tom Hermes . Paul Kirps . Yvan Klein . Filip Markiewicz . Isabelle Marmann . Bertrand Ney . Moritz Ney . Antoine Prum . Dany Prum . Roland Quetsch . Pasha Rafiy . Saskia Raux & Marc Scozzai . Danielle Scheuer . Eric Schockmel . Jean-Louis Schuller . The Plug . Jeanine Unsen . Roger Wagner . Trixi Weis . Vera Weisgerber . Wennig & Daubach

Curator: Christian Mosar

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Jean-Louis Schuller’s short doc about immigrants in Hong Kong’s notorious Chungking Mansions will be presented at Mudam as part of the exhibition “ELO. Inner Exile – Outer Limits”, starting on October 11th.

SOURCE: Mudam

ELO. Inner Exile – Outer Limits
From October 11, 2008 to February 2, 2009

The ELO exhibition shows a snapshot of the contemporary art scene in Luxembourg featuring existing works and new productions. The exhibition does not intent to be a mere inventory of “Luxembourgian art” It rather analyses the contemporary art scene in regard of its evolution during the last decade with i.e. the creation of many new cultural institutions, museums, theatres etc. Notable changes can also be seen on a more personal level: more and more artists choose to settle and work in Luxembourg, a situation never seen before!

Artists Götz Arndt . Jean-Marie Biwer . Gast Bouschet & Nadine Hilbert . Simone Decker . Stina Fisch . Christian Frantzen . Tina Gillen . Tom Hermes . Paul Kirps . Yvan Klein . Filip Markiewicz . Isabelle Marmann . Bertrand Ney . Moritz Ney . Antoine Prum . Dany Prum . Roland Quetsch . Pasha Rafiy . Saskia Raux & Marc Scozzai . Danielle Scheuer . Eric Schockmel . Jean-Louis Schuller . The Plug . Jeanine Unsen . Roger Wagner . Trixi Weis . Vera Weisgerber . Wennig & Daubach

Curator: Christian Mosar

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