11.6.15

Art2Cure

Yesterday evening I attended the preview of Art2Cure that my friend Philippe, who works for the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine, had helped organizing. The aim of this event is to sell the artworks of 18 artists from Luxembourg, in order to raise money to research Parkinson's disease. By the time I got there, some pieces had already been sold! This exhibition contains carefully selected pieces and it's the kind of art that I enjoy.

Promenade / Fernand Bertemes
Autoportrait 4 / Thomas Iser
Rundungsdifferenzen / Wouter Van der Vlugt
Untitled / Nico Thurm
The Look / Sumo
Glyphic Symphony / Philippe Lamesch
Untitled / Armand Strainchamps
The official opening of Art2Cure is on Saturday, 13 June 2015 from 5 pm until 10 pm. The artworks will remain on display during the week that follows: Monday to Friday (4 pm until 8 pm) and Saturday (10 am until 6 pm). Stop by if you can!

Kulturfabrik
116, Rue de Luxembourg
L-4221 Esch-sur-Alzette
Luxembourg

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28 comments

  1. Love these amazing art works!
    xo, Jane
    http://www.fitfabfunmom.com

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  2. Great Pictures! I need definitely to pay a visit during next week!

    Corie
    www.barefootinluxembourg.com

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  3. I love exhibitions made for a good cause!

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  4. What a worthy cause and such an interesting collection of artworks

    Suze | LuxuryColumnist

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  5. Oh cool, I like the bits and pieces that you've posted up! Great that it was for a cause too.

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  6. There are amazing art in this event. It's for a good cause too.

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  7. Wow, beautiful artworks! I love buying items especially when it's for a cause. Congrats on this success! <3

    Have a nice day!

    xoxo,
    SHAIRA
    www.missdream-girl.blogspot.com

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  8. amazing event!!

    xx

    isa

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  9. I loved The Look and many other pieces, but that one I would have really enjoyed to own - fabulous pieces, amazing exhibition and the idea of that, to help Parkinson's research! This is really excellent! I would love to be at that event!
    DenisesPlanet.com

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  10. These all look really cool!
    Melanie @ meandmr.com

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  11. Looks like a really cool exhibit and it's great that it was in support of a good cause as well.

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  12. Amazing pictures

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  13. Wow! The artistic values of these are bonkers! I especially love Glyphic Symphonies!

    May x | THE MAYDEN

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  14. Looks like a really interesting exhibit and my kind as well since I like this art too. Is great is for such a good cause, that disease is very bad. Happy Friday Anouk! xo

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  15. Great art!
    It seems to be very interesting.

    akiko

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  16. Wow! Such cool art, this looks like a great exhibition!

    Ash | Liakada

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  17. This art is so original, love it!

    Bisous,
    *-* Sand. *-*

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  18. I like 'Glyphic Symphony' ! That's a wonderful event to go to.

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  19. great post! very beautiful works of art! thank you for sharing :)

    Love Peace and Shimmer

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  20. What a great initiative, and the artwork is also really eye catching. x/Madison
    Summer Entertaining

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  21. This looks like such a beautiful art event!

    http://ourruins.com

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  22. That's so cool that you got to go to an art event like that! I'm usually not a fan of art like that, but I love the overall feeling of the exhibit.

    Angelina Is

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  23. The art looks very modern and interesting ! x

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  24. Wow, stunning post. *__*
    Have a nice weekend...

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  25. Wow I'm thrilled about some art work right here!!!

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  26. The idea is nice and the initiative is really noble! I like the extraordinary pieces of art and you managed to capture them very well!

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