Nosbaum Reding Projects is a programme of guest-curated exhibitions showcasing young emerging artists from around the world.

Guest curators: Alberto Garcìa del Castillo, Agata Jastrząbek, Sophie Jung, Eglė Kulbokaitė

4, rue Wiltheim L-2733 Luxembourg
Tuesday-Saturday 11:00 - 18:00
projects@nosbaumreding.lu

  • Philippe Lamesch
  • Philippe Emmanuel Lamesch, artist and biologist from Luxembourg, discovered his passion for printmaking shortly after moving to Boston in 2001. It was here that he joined the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and took printmaking classes for the first time. He was fascinated by the endless possibilities that the various media of printmaking offer, and under the guidance of artist and teacher Catherine Kernan he explored different printmaking techniques from monoprint to woodcut and copper etching. A biomedical researcher by training, Lamesch enjoyed how printmaking techniques, just like research protocols, require an eye for detail but also a tremendous amount of creativity. Encouraged by the success of his first solo show in Luxembourg in 2003, Lamesch continued working in the medium of printmaking, soon focusing his work on copper etching. Aside from the technical aspect of the printmaking process, Lamesch especially enjoyed the textures and details that he was able to create using techniques such as aquatint, spitbite and hardground etching. Using these techniques, and specialising in multi-plates prints, the artist started to create works inspired by his imagination of the microscopic molecular world that he is confronted with on a daily basis in the laboratory.

    In 2007, Lamesch moved to the US West Coast, and became a member of the prestigious KALA Art Institute in Berkeley. Upon his return to Luxembourg in 2012, the artist started to experiment with collages, still with the focus on using various types of papers to create effects of depth and transparency. 

    Lamesch quickly entered the art scene in Luxembourg not only as an artist but also as a curator. In 2014, Lamesch and three of his friends create the non-profit organization ‘Art2Cure’ with the mission to stage artfundraiser where revenue is split evenly between the artist and a good cause.


    Solo and Duo exhibitions
    (Selection)

     

    2018
    Exhibition Pop of Color with Daniel Lloyd, Gallerie A Rousen, Pétange, Luxembourg


    2017

    Exhibition Negative Space with Boris Loder, Theatre d’Esch, Esch/Alzette, Luxembourg
    Exhibition Identity of Abstraction with Belen Irazola, Centre Alighieri, Luxembourg


    2012 

    Solo Show, Nosbaum & Reding, Luxembourg


    2011 

    Solo Show New Works,  San Francisco Consulate, San Francisco, CA


    2010 

    Solo Show New Territory, Luxembourg House, New York City, NY

     

    Group exhibitions (Selection)

     

    2018
    Group show The End Is Your Choice, Nosbaum Reding Projects, Luxembourg
    Group show Windows, London, UK
    Group show Sixth Floor: End of the Year with 10 other artists, Koerich, Luxembourg
    Printmaking, 1st edition of International Printmaking Festival, Luxembourg


    2017 

    Group show Art2Cure, BIL, Luxembourg


    2016 

    Group show Art2Cure, BIL, Luxembourg


    2015 

    Group show Festival de la gravure, Diekirch, Luxembourg
    Group show Art2Cure, Kulturfabrik, Esch/Alzette


    2014

    Group show 50/50, Abbaye Neumünster, Luxembourg


    2013 

    Group show Festival de la gravure, Diekirch, Luxembourg


    2011 

    Group show,  Milk Gallery,  Sacramento, CA

The End Is Your Choice

29.11.2018 - 05.1.2019

En cette fin de saison, la Galerie Nosbaum Reding a le plaisir de présenter une exposition collective avec trois artistes de la scène luxembourgeoise intitulée The End Is Your Choice.

Marie-Paule Feiereisen (née en 1955 à Luxembourg), résidant à Paris, présente un parcours artistique se déclinant depuis 1980 à travers plusieurs voies parallèles: la peinture et le dessin; les installations de peinture; la Collection (depuis 1991); les installations multimédia permanentes; les installations théâtrales et chorégraphiques collectives; les programmations vidéo; les objets dérivés; le film. Le public garde en mémoire ses expositions à la galerie Beaumontpublic ainsi que sa participation à la Biennale de Venise en 1990.

Irina Gabiani (née en 1971 à Tbilisi en Géorgie), vivant à Luxembourg depuis une dizaine d'années, jouit d'une carrière internationale. Son travail - incluant de la peinture, du dessin, de l'installation, de la sculpture, de la vidéo et des performances - a été montré dans de nombreux lieux à travers le monde (musées, institutions, biennales et festivals, théâtres, galeries), comme en 2011 à la Biennale de Venise, dans le Pavillon Italien à l?Arsenale. Elle montre à la galerie une installation inédite Domino Principle (the end is your choice). Cette série d'oeuvres - présentées en séquence suivant un jeu de dominos - décrit l'exploration de l'artiste autour du sujet de l'hédonisme, avec sa quête constante de la beauté et du plaisir des êtres humains.

Philippe Lamesch (né à Esch-sur-Alzette), dont la galerie avait déjà montré un choix de gravures à la fin de l'année 2011, présente dans cette exposition-ci une nouvelle série de collages sur papier réalisés à partir de divers procédés de gravure et d'impression, de peinture au spray et dessin.



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