Famous architect I.M. Pei chose the historic site of the Fort Thüngen for the construction of the Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean (Mudam). Mudam, located on the Kirchberg-Plateau, between the Place de l'Europe and the Old Town of Luxembourg, invites the public to an exploration of contemporary art. The public and exhibition spaces are laid out on three levels over 4.800 m2. The museum gives artists and designers "carte blanche" to invade the museum and offer interpretations of its spaces: the traditional exhibition spaces, but also the intermediary ones (the reception area, the café, the shop, the auditorium, ...), by proposing original creations. The collection counts more than 200 works by more than 100 artists. Mudam proposes temporary expositions, a presentation of works from the collection, guided tours, encounters, workshops, etc.
[Via lcto.lu website]