Exposition from 01.05.2021 until 19.09.2021
9 persons allowed for the group.
- Timothy Prus, assisted by: Ed Jones, Luce Lebart, Giulia Shah and Michelle Wilson and Michelle Cotton, assisted by: Sarah Beaumont and Christophe Gallois
Guided visit in English by Michelle Cotton.
With Enfin seules (alone at last), Mudam Luxembourg – Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean presents a selection of over two hundred images from the Archive of Modern Conflict.
Established in London in 1992, the Archive of Modern Conflict describes itself as ‘a repository for the lost and forgotten stories that lie hidden in the photographic record’. Initially focusing on conflict, it has grown into ‘something more resembling a laboratory than a traditional archive’. Today it is one of the largest collections of photography in the world, comprising over eight million images and producing books and exhibitions that span a multitude of genres. – read more
Bärbel Aubert will welcome the Amis des Musées for this Midi de l'Art.
Following the recent sanitary recommendations, the museums and other cultural institutions are obliged to limit the groups to a few participants (including the guide).
In case you wish to attend a visit, it is mandatory that you are member of the Amis des Musées, have registered and that you will be present at the visit under condition that you received a due confirmation.
Without a due confirmation we would regret to refuse your participation to the visit.
For the visit we recommend the respect of the security recommendations by wearing a mask, disinfecting your hands and keeping a distance of 2 meter minimum to to the other participants.