The Triennale aims at becoming a must go event for young and up-and-coming contemporary artists in Luxembourg and the Greater Region. The Triennale is the ideal platform for new artists and encourages intellectual encounters within the national and international artistic scene.
Jet lag refers to a physiological condition which results from alterations to the body’s circadian rhythms resulting from rapid long-distance trans-meridian (east–west or west–east) travel on high-speed aircraft. This neologism appeared in the 20th Century. The theme of the Triennale’s 4th edition also refers to exhaustion caused by the profound change in our society as well as stress and increasing expectations in a more and more connected global world.
The 25 selected artists are:
Guillaume Barborini, Stefania Becheanu, Vincent Bernard, Boulc’h & Lucie Schosseler, Marc Buchy, Cyril Faucher, Aline Forçain, Alice Haddad, Paul Heintz, Reza Kianpour, Anna Maria Krieps, Rémy Laporte, Sandra Lieners, Lucie Majerus, Laura Mannelli, Chantal Maquet, Isabelle Mattern, Marianne Mispelaëre, Eric Schumacher, Marina Smorodinova, Marie-Luce Theis, Nina Tomàs, Marianne Villière, Daniel Wagener, Nora Wagner.
The exhibition’s curator is Anouk Wies (coordinator and in charge of the Cercle Cité Luxembourg’s schedule).
Jet Lag/Out of Sync. Exhibition from June 30 to August 27, 2017. Opening: Thursday, June 27 at 5 pm.
Exhibition venue: Rotondes & Cercle Cité (CeCiL’s Box & périphéries/Umgebung), Luxembourg-Ville.
Opening hours: June-July : Thu- Sat, 3 pm -7 pm. Sun, 12 pm-6 pm. Closed from Mon- Wed.
August (cancelled leave): Mon-Sat, 4 pm – 9 pm. Sun, 12 am – 9 pm.
Guided tours: every Sunday, 02.07 – 27.08 at 3 pm. Free, no registration needed. Guided tours with the curator: Mer 19.07 + 09.08: 6 pm
Free registration: firstname.lastname@example.org / +352 2662 2030. Group tours: tours upon request are available during weekdays outside the daily opening hours.