The Nationalmusée um Fëschmaart is once again taking part in the European Month of Photography.
This exciting new exhibition showcases the work of Arthur Unger (*1932), who made a name for himself with his fire and water works from the early 1970s onwards.
This spring, Erwin Olaf and Hans Op de Beeck bring their unique perspective to bear on the museum’s extensive collection of Steichen prints.
Marking the 50th anniversary of Edward Steichen’s death, this project showcases the work of two eminent contemporary artists: Erwin Olaf and Hans Op de Beeck.
The Cercle Cité and the National Museum of History and Art present the artist Gast Michels' first comprehensive retrospective.
This exhibition as a sign of solidarity with Ukraine was mounted at short notice. Free admission with fundraising for the Luxembourg Red Cross.
Does Luxembourg have a colonial past? The National Museum of History and Art (MNHA) decided to look into this question.
With Alfred Seiland, a familiar face returns to the MNHA: this autumn, he will present his latest project "IRAN BETWEEN TIMES" for the first time this November.
The MNHA presents a selection of 38 photographies originated from a donation in the frame of The Museum Project.
Young European photographers nowadays raise awareness of the increasingly unbalanced relationship between man and nature in their work.
With its upcoming exhibition, the MNHA is inviting visitors to explore half a century of work by this popular and well-known Luxembourg artist.
This exhibition exploring the human figure in Luxembourgish printmaking displays 84 artists.
One of the strengths of the MNHA’s collection of international art is the ensemble of paintings by Supports/Surfaces, a major artistic movement from 1966-1972.
The exhibition shows masterpieces from the Haukohl Family Collection, probably the most important ensemble of Florentine Baroque art outside of Italy.
The photographic works of the internationally celebrated artist Carla van de Puttelaar provide an overview of her career from the mid-nineties until today.
Discover the flamboyant Spanish art of the 17th century with paintings of renowned baroque masters and eight hyperrealist sculptures of Pedro De Mena.
Historical exhibition in cooperation with the Chamber of Deputies dedicated to the changes that led to the introduction of universal suffrage in 1919.
Temporary exhibition from 21th November 2018 to 28th April 2019
A luxembourgish sculptor in Paris
Masterpieces from the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp, the MNHA and two major European private collections