Mudam Luxembourg – Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean inaugurates a new collection display dedicated to its holdings in fashion curated by Luxembourg-based design consultant Sarah Zigrand.
Presented at Mudam for the first time, the selection features pieces by nine designers from Europe and Asia that date from the turn of the 21st century. They represent a pivotal period in which fashion echoed critical changes taking place in society. These include shifts in both ideas and behaviour that emerged at that time with the growth of the internet and digital technologies, accelerating globalisation and the challenging of gender stereotypes . Installed within a specially conceived exhibition design by architect Georges Zigrand, the exhibition seeks to reflect the hybrid nature of fashion at this time and the intersection of a diversity of design attitudes.
Designers: Hussein Chalayan (b. 1970, Nicosia, Cyprus), Helmut Lang (b. 1956, Vienna), Martin Margiela (b. 1957, Louvain, Belgium), Hiroaki Ohya (b. 1970, Kumamoto, Japan), Grit and Jerszy Seymour (b. 1966, Halle, Germany / b. 1968, Berlin), Walter Van Beirendonck (b. 1957, Brecht, Belgium), Junya Watanabe (b. 1961, Fukushima, Japan), Bernhard Willhelm (b. 1972, Ulm, Germany)
Curator: Sarah Zigrand
Exhibition design: Georges Zigrand
Also on view
Post-Capital: Art and the Economics of the Digital Age through January 16, 2022
Freigeister. Fragments of an art scene in Luxembourg and beyond through February 27, 2022
Nedko Solakov. A Cornered Solo Show #1 through April 18, 2022
25 years of the Mudam Collection through April 18, 2022
Mudam Luxembourg – Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean opened in 2006 in a purpose-built building designed by the renowned Sino-American architect Ieoh Ming Pei and is located in the Park Draï Eechelen, overlooking the historic city of Luxembourg. Through its collection, exhibitions, artistic and educational programmes and partnerships, Mudam Luxembourg aims to advance its mission to present the most relevant contemporary art of our time to the largest possible public. Situated in Luxembourg and its transborder Greater Region (Belgium, France, Germany), Mudam looks to maintain a broader view to the world. Mudam’s ambition is to contribute to a more inclusive, equitable and environmentally and socially responsible society through its privileged role as a platform for art and ideas and their legacies for future generations.