Inertie exhibition by Eric Mangen at Neumünster Abbey – Some pictures from the exhibition opening

Inertie is an exhibition inspired by Eric Mangen’s “hors les murs” residency at the Neumünster Abbey.

The Luxembourgish graffiti artist has started his work in an open setting in the Summer to set up and create his graffiti in situ in October.

Working in an open setting gave the street artist a sense of freedom and certain possibilities that could not be done in his studio, such as using fire extinguishers to propel paint on walls. The end-result of this research is on display at the Abbey’s cloister.

On display until January 15, 2018. Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster. Cloister and Lucien Wercollier garden.
28, rue Münster, L-2160 Luxembourg-Grund.
Every day from 11 am – 6 pm.
Finissage Monday 15.01.2018 / 6:30 pm in presence of the artist.
Free entry.
Tel.: +352 26 20 52 – 1  (Lobby).


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