Collaboration Campagne Chaleur Humaine Outdoor photo exhibition

At the invitation of the Rotondes, several cultural institutions in Luxembourg joined forces in 2020 to animate, through the presence of their audiences, the ever expanding depopulated public space during the Covid pandemic.

A series of photos taken at various cultural events on their respective sites were displayed on the walls and palisades of construction sites across the country. The aim of the project being to highlight those who bring artistic projects to life: the spectators who come to these performances, to enjoy them, reflect on the words and sounds, be surprised, admire, laugh, applaud, discuss and participate, together.

Aware that the greatest challenge after the pandemic will be to revive their spaces, the cultural institutions united in this project wanted to pay tribute to their audiences. Through these photos, moments of sharing around music, theater, cinema, visual arts - suspended by the pandemic - invade the surfaces usually reserved for numerous announcements of cultural events.


"En attendant le retour des expériences culturelles et des rencontres, un peu de chaleur humaine…"

48 images and no less than 3400 posters have been presented on pallisades and building all over the country, thanks to the participation of 23 cultural institutions: 

CAPE — Centre des Arts Pluriels Ettelbruck / CNA - Centre national de l’audiovisuel / Cercle Cité / Cinémathèque de la Ville de Luxembourg / COOPERATIONS asbl / De Gudde Wëllen / Den Atelier / IPW — Institut Pierre Werner / Kinneksbond — Centre Culturel Mamer / Kulturfabrik — Centre Culturel Esch/​Alzette / Lëtzebuerg City Museum / LUCA — Luxembourg Center for Architecture / Mierscher Kulturhaus / Mudam - Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean / neimënster / Opderschmelz — Centre Culturel Régional Dudelange / Philharmonie Luxembourg / Rockhal — Centre de Musiques Amplifiées / Rotondes / Escher Theater / Théâtre National du Luxembourg / Trifolion Echternach / TROIS C‑L - Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois

© Romain Girtgen

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