Program

Casino Luxembourg – Contemporary Art Centre

Luxembourg-City

Casino Luxembourg is dedicated exclusively to contemporary creation and holds exhibitions with an international programme of mainly younger-generation artists. The art centre also houses a bookshop and a library specialising in contemporary art, and a café-restaurant.


Current exhibitions:

l’homme gris (Curator : Benjamin Bianciotto)

Silver Memories – Daphné le Sergent (Curator : Paul Di Felice)

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Programme

Samedi

10h00 - 18h00 : short-film projection of Kenneth Anger’s Lucifer Rising (1972)

In the framework of the exhibition l’homme gris @ InfoLab

Duration : 28 min.


10h00 - 18h00 : Art Book Sale @ Aquarium


10h00 - 18h00 : Klik Klak activities (for children)


Inclusion :

10h00 - 18h00 and for the duration of the exhibition l’homme gris : iPad’s with video-informations on the art works of the exhibition l’homme gris in German for deaf-mute visitors available at the reception. (Unfortunately, there was no possibility to organise a guided tour within the current sanitary context and restrictions.)


14h00 (LU & DE): Guided tour of the exhibition l’homme gris, for visually impaired visitors in collaboration with Fondation Lëtzebuerger Blannevereenegung.

Booking required: COMPLETE


Guided tour of the exhibition l’homme gris :

11h00 (FR)

15h00 (EN)

16h00 (DE)

Bookung required : visites@casino-luxembourg.lu


Online Activity :

An additional document on the main theme of the exhibition l’homme gris is available online in French : L'adversaire (adobe.com)

Informations pratiques

Contact & Booking (guided tours)

T. (+352) 22 50 45

E. visites@casino-luxembourg.lu

Website www.casino-luxembourg.lu


Opening hours

Saturday, 15 May: 10am-6pm

Sunday, 16 May: 10am-6pm


Free admission



COVID-19 INFO: 


During the Luxembourg Museum Days, various activities will take place in different museums. Please note the sanitary measures of the respective institutions.

The number of participants in activities is limited. Therefore, we recommend you to book your guided tours or activities in advance. If you cannot attend an activity, we ask for your understanding. Wearing a mask is mandatory. Please take your personal protective mask with you and respect social distancing.

Dimanche

10h00 - 18h00 : short-film projection of Kenneth Anger’s Lucifer Rising (1972)

In the framework of the exhibition l’homme gris @ InfoLab

Duration : 28 min.


10h00 - 18h00 : Art Book Sale @ Aquarium


10h00 - 18h00 : Klik Klak activities (for children)


Inclusion :

10h00 - 18h00 and for the duration of the exhibition l’homme gris : iPad’s with video-informations on the art works of the exhibition l’homme gris in German for deaf-mute visitors available at the reception. (Unfortunately, there was no possibility to organise a guided tour within the current sanitary context and restrictions.)


Guided tours of the exhibition l’homme gris :

11h00 (FR)

14h00 (LU)

15h00 (EN)

16h00 (DE) 

Booking required : visites@casino-luxembourg.lu


Online Activity :

An additional document on the main theme of the exhibition l’homme gris is available online in French : L'adversaire (adobe.com)

Adresse

41 rue Notre-Dame, L-2240 Luxembourg / 7 boulevard F. Roosevelt, L-2450 Luxembourg