Contemporary Art is tomorrow’s Modern Art. Its main vocation, besides helping us figure out the ever faster development of our society, is to grant us another perspective of it.
Since its creation, our law firm, SJL Jimenez Lunz, has imparted and shared its passion for art and culture. In an environment of political, social, identity, economic and financial crisis, we decided to iterate our support to the artistic creation and to the major museum that is the Mudam Luxembourg, an institution devoted to the support and the promotion of national and international artists.
In 2011, we already had the privilege of being the Official Patron of the Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’Art Moderne – at the 54th Venice Biennale, where Martine Feipel and Jean Bechameil introduced their work “Cercle Fermé” achieving a great success among professionals as well as the general public.
Honoured to be a patron and partner of the artistic community, it is with considerable pleasure that SJL supports the participation of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg to the 56th Venice Biennale through Filip Markiewicz’s work “Paradiso Lussemburgo”, which invites us to question the Luxembourg identity as well as the place Luxembourg holds in the European cultural, economic and social area.
Michel Jimenez Lunz