The exhibition features inhabitants of the city of Luxembourg in daily life situations. The works of great Luxembourgish photographers – in particular Batty Fischer, Marcel Schroeder, Tony Krier and Pol Aschman – show snapshots of Luxembourgers everyday life and give the visitor the opportunity to take a walk through the history of the city, just like the stroller in the image. By looking at the photographs dating back to the 1950s to the present day, visitors witness the dynamism of the city of Luxembourg and its urban development. Moreover, a selection of examples makes it possible to understand the tricks and techniques used for such photographs and to travel through more than 60 years of Luxembourg photography history.
We are very proud to announce that the collective will be featured in this exhibition with a couple of pictures! Beside the exhibition we are pleased to announce that we will offer street photography workshops as well as guided tours in the “cultural program” of Lëtzebuerg City Museum.
The exhibition will be open to the public from 06/10/2017 until 31/03/2019.
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