Imagined by the famous Chinese American architect Ieoh Ming Pei, famous for his Louvre Pyramid, Mudam Luxembourg-Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean deploys its magnificent silhouette in the middle of a sea of green just a few steps away from the European quarter. Its collections and exhibitions of internationally renowned contemporary art transport visitors to the heart of modern art.
Mudam Luxembourg-Museum d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean is a place entirely created by artists for the public. When it opened in July 2006, Mudam gave the artists free reign to take on the traditional exhibitions spaces as well as the functional spaces (entrance hall, cafe, shop, documentation centre, etc.). The exceptional architecture and a collection of world-renowned contemporary art mark Luxembourg’s impressive commitment in matters of cultural infrastructures. This is why Mudam Collection contains works of significant modern artists.
It is shown in the scope of loans throughout the world and displayed at the Mudam during temporary exhibitions on the chosen themes. The interior of this high place of culture regularly evolves, making the Mudam a place to meet and discover that is always innovative.