DADADA is the new magazine dedicated to art in Luxembourg. Published once a year by Maison Moderne, the magazine features news articles and a directory commented upon by the editorial board.
"DADADA attests to the importance attached to art in Luxembourg in recent years. Thanks to DADADA, readers can discover articles on cross-sectional subjects related to art, but also a commented directory of places where art is on show, many personalities such as artists or persons working in the sector, as well as many related initiatives and services."
Céline Coubray, editor-in-chief of DADADA.
For instance, the first issue features several articles relating to art in Luxembourg: an interview with Alex Reding on the art market, an article on the collections of companies, a history of Luxembourgish art in 10 key dates, and an interview with Mike Bourscheid on the upcoming Luxembourg pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
This magazine is also an opportunity to discover an important directory, DADADARAMA, divided into four categories: Initiatives, Places and Institutions, People, and Services, each identified by a colour code. It is qualitatively selective rather than exhaustive. Drawn up by the editorial board, the notices are accompanied by many photos.
Ten curators have also been invited to present their favourite work recently seen in Luxembourg.
DADADA thus provides a broad panorama of the art landscape in Luxembourg.
It is to be presented to the public during Luxembourg Art Week (9-13 November 2016).
Available at the newsstands and via our eshop for €10, 148 pages, 240 x 300 mm.