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Lët'z Arles (Luxembourg)

Flux Feelings

3 July - 24 September 2017

10.00 AM - 07.30 PM

The title Flux Feelings poetically captures the key concepts of light, movement and sensations that underpin the curatorial choice in the exhibition at the Chapelle de la Charité à Arles. In an exhibition and a series of meetings to mark its first participation in the Rencontres, the association Lët’z Arles will present the photographic creativity of Luxembourg – a country whose very name contains the most fundamental element of photography: lux or ’light’. Transposed to the context of Arles and the legendary Provençal light that has inspired so many artists, the exhibition will also focus on the notion of ‘territory’ – one of the themes of this year’s festival. Inside the space, the Luxembourg team will invite visitors to be caught up in a flow of images, conjuring up a landscape that’s both multi-faceted and shattered in myriad fragments. These contemporary artistic positions, created within a structure set up in situ, enter into a dialogue with works and documents taken from important collections, revealing a dynamic photography scene and a constantly changing panorama in (f)luxembourg.

Exhibition curatos: Paul di Felice, Anke Reitz, Michèle Walerich.
Exhibition produced by Lët’z Arles (Luxembourg).
Artistic committee: Paul di Felice, Anke Reitz, Marita Ruiter, Anouk Wies, Michèle Walerich.
Exhibition design: Nico Steinmetz, in association with the exhibition curators, and Armand Quetsch.

Daniel Wagener’s project is supported by stART-up STUDIO, Œuvre Nationale de Secours Grande- Duchesse Charlotte.
“dystopian circles/fragments... all along” by Armand Quetsch is supported by stART-up, Œuvre Nationale de Secours Grande-Duchesse Charlotte, and produced with the support of the Centre National de l’Audiovisuel (CNA).
Collections: Café Crème a.s.b.l., CNA, Fonds d’Urbanisation et d’Aménagement du Plateau de Kirchberg, MUDAM, the city of Dudelange, Luxembourg City.