What is Luxembourg Art Week?

Founded in 2015, Luxembourg Art Week was born out of a desire to foster the connection between the Luxembourg art scene and the international art market. Under the leadership of its founder, Alex Reding, gallerist, Luxembourg Art Week has evolved into a two-faceted event: on one hand, a convivial fair that pays close attention to the needs and expectations of exhibitors, and on the other, a program of events offered in collaboration with national and international institutions and artists.

With a carefully curated selection, Luxembourg Art Week brings together a variety of exhibitors where internationally renowned galleries coexist with artist collectives, artist-run spaces, and regional art centers. This inclusive approach embraces both a strong local presence and a geographic reach that extends across Europe.

Collectors, gallerists and artists appreciate the relaxed and convivial atmosphere of Luxembourg Art Week and enjoy the extensive and ambitious cultural programme, including art talks, sculpture trail, performances, and more.

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

By networking all interested parties—museums, art centers, galleries, collectives, as well as economic, sociocultural, and tourism stakeholders—the Luxembourg Art Week team aims to enhance the international visibility of the fair while elevating Luxembourg to the status of a premier artistic destination.

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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

The 2024 edition in figures

  • 10th edition
  • Jubilee anniversary
  • 4 and a half days of exhibition
  • Purpose-built temporary exhibition space of over 5.000sqm
  • 25.000 visitors expected
  • 80+ art galleries, artists' collectives and institutions

The 2023 edition in figures

  • 9th edition
  • 3 and a half days of exhibition
  • Purpose-built temporary exhibition space of over 5.000sqm
  • More than 22.000 visitors
  • 80+ art galleries, institutions and artists' associations
  • 33% of first coming participants
  • 3 continents / 12 represented countries
  • 85% of foreign galleries
  • Over 400 artists and 1500 artworks exhibited
  • 220+ national and international press, TV and radio coverage