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Mudam, musée d’art contemporain au Luxembourg, se veut attentif à toutes les disciplines artistiques et ouvert au monde. Sa collection et sa programmation reflètent les tendances de la création actuelle et rendent compte de l’émergence de nouvelles...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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3 Park Drai Eechelen, Luxembourg City 1499, Luxembourg
All reviews beautiful building natural light an open mind louvre in paris avant garde video installations set brunch thought provoking amazing collection white walls historical context old fortress interesting exhibits worth a visit entrance fee great attraction few hours
We walked from the centre to this modern art museum, it looks like the trams stop outside and also buses of course, bit it's not a bad stroll over the bridge and you get a great view of the valley as you go.
If you like modern art dont miss this. It is a beautiful building full of wonderful whimsical modern art. I particularly enjoyed the kinetic sculptures by Susumu Shingu but there was other interesting work as well. Plus the architecture is amazing and it is set...More
The architecture itself is worth the visit: the use of a lot of windows allows a lot of natural light, while diagonal white walls reflect said light and play with the dimensions and height.
The exhibition we saw, "Spaceship" by Susumu Shingu, was fascinating as...More
The museum is a very good modern art museum, is compact enough to visit in a busy schedule around the city, my only criticism is the security guards were very rude and would follow you around making the experience a tad uncomfortable.
I wasn’t expecting much but I was wonderfully surprised: an amazing
I.M. Pei building with one of the most whimsical and inspiring exhibitions that I’ve seen in a long time. They say dance is about movement and the kinetic sculptures by Susumu Shingu engage you...More
The museum is very interesting, specially if you take the guided tour, you will be surprised by the interesting facts from architecture to art.
I like that the expositions are changed quite regularly, about every 3 -4 months, so each time I come there is...More
Beautiful museum with a plethora of great works from many prominent artists. Without spoiling it for everyone by describing the works, but the water-based exhibition was as interesting as any works I have seen.
100% would recommend, even if it means taking time away from...More