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Online Expo
L'instinct de la pierre et de la gravure is now available online!
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A STORE for Danielle Grosbusch
Many artworks will be available online, so that you know which ones are for sale, what they cost and how big they are. Check out the brand new STORE!
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Atelier Empreinte @ Take Off - ART WEEK 2020

Visit our corner at the ART WEEK 2020 (important: Registration is mandatory this year)

Despite the conditions, the 'LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK' will take place this year. This is made possible by a "Time Slot Registration Only" approach. 

You can register here (mandatory): ART WEEK REGISTRATION

With Atelier Empreinte we are present at the 'Take Off' this year, where we exhibit as a collective of more than 20 artists. Everyone of us will exhibit a 15cm / 45cm print and 4 miniprints. There will also be a presentation table where everyone will show a small folder with 5 additional works.

All in all, the Atelier Empreinte will be well represented with several hundred artworks. You are cordially invited to discover our works as well as all the other Art Week artists!

Throwback! Save the date and visit us also this year at the 'Take Off' as part of the Luxembourg Art Week 2020

Over three days, an ensemble of 50 galleries with a balanced mix of more than 250 national and international artists will be discovered. Details on the flyer above.

So much for the event and the dates: 20 - 22 November. Registration is mandatory and you can do so here: ART WEEK REGISTRATION

Verni-Finissages - L'instinct de la pierre et de la gravure

During times of crisis, culture is oftentimes among the first victims.

The exhibition in homage of the sculptrice Liliane Heidelberger risks evaporating in the vacuum created by the lockdown. Our opening should have taken place on March 13. It was the first day of the restrictions and the opening unfortunately had to be cancelled.

After these exceptional weeks and given the impossibility of a new opening, we wanted to revive our exhibition and thus promote the relaunch of culture in Luxembourg.

The dynamism that a vernissage guarantees was gone, so our idea was to organize more personal and dispersed “verni-finissages” to replace it.

Around 80 people visited the gallery during a row of Saturdays (30 May, 6 June, 13 June, 20 June and 26 June), acting as a little verni-finissage of the exhibition. During each of these Saturdays, the gallery was open from 2 to 6 pm, and I was present. This allowed me to give guided tours of the expo and together with the visitors we had the time and space to discover the dialogue between Liliane Heidelberger’s sculptures and my gravures within the large spaces of the pavillon. A chance that a traditional opening unfortunately could not offer.

This allowed us to welcome small groups, thus ensuring compliance with the measures prescribed by the municipality and the government.

Verni-Finissages

Together with Liliane Heidelberger (Profile MediArt) I was exhibiting in Esch. Liliane was a fantastic artist and has created wonderful sculptures. Unfortunately, Liliane passed away in 2019, but her artwork and creativity lives on.

When Nathalie Becker came to me with this expo-hommage, I didn't really have to think about it for too long and am happy to have had this dialogue between Liliane's sculptures and my gravures.

When:

March until June 2020

Where:

Esch, at the Pavillon du Centenaire

To see the official invitation pdf, click HERE.

Reportage about the EXPO and my way of work as an independent artist by Christiane Kremer. Listen in on the RTL Mediatheik!


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Take Off @ Art Week

It's the year's main event of our country's art scene: The Luxembourg Art Week

I am happy to have been part of it again! I was represented with (among 7 artworks in total) two prints this year. The works have been part of my life for the past 6 months, are thus full of emotions and come straight from my heart and soul.

Festival de la Gravure

It's time again for the Festival de la Gravure in Diekirch. I would be happy to welcome you at the Vernissage or on another day of the exhibition of the 17th edition. As every year, I will be present with two prints, together with 44 national as well as international printmakers. Have a look at the invitation for more details.

When:

12th October until the 3rd of November from 10:00 until 18:00

Vernissage on the 11th October at 18:30

Where:

Diekirch

Maison de la Culture

13, rue du Curé

Day of Genealogy in Walferdange

The 14th national day of genealogy and local history will this year feature the Grosbusch family tree! 

When:

Sunday 20. October 2019; 10h until 17h

Where:

Centre Culturel Prince Henri

3, route de Diekirch; L-7220 Walferdange

Google Maps Link

Danielle's artistic heritage gets what it deserves: a website

A lifetime of artwork has been, until recently, silently sitting in Danielle's cellar, its zenit long passed and now being lost in oblivion. All her new works have also only known a very short moment of fame. With her brand-new website this changes forever, as her heritage now gets a platform where it can be seen and honoured. Together with her son Noah, they worked hard over the last winter and now the website (including a Facebook and Instagram page) is finally alive and kicking! Enjoy and feel free to give feedback or get in touch :-)

If interested: follow Danielle on Facebook or Instagram to stay up to date about new events, exhibitions and artworks.

L'héritage artistique de Danielle reçoit ce qu'il mérite: un site web

Les oeuvres que Danielle a crées pendant les dernières décennies ont, jusqu'à maintenant, été perdues dans l'oubli. Toutes les nouvelles oeuvres n'ont eu qu'un spectacle tout court. Avec un tout nouveau site web, ceci change à jamais, comme l'héritage de Danielle reçoit une platforme oú il peut être vu et apprécié. Ensemble avec son fils Noah, ils ont travaillé pendant tout l'hiver et maintenant le site web (avec une page facebook et instagram) est finalement ouvert au grand public! Beaucoup de plaisir, prenez contact si vous voulez et tout commentaire est la bienvenue :-)

Si intéressé: Suivez Danielle sur Facebook ou Instagram.

The 2018-2019 printmaking apprentices of Atelier Empreinte have the pleasure to invite you to the end of year exhibition Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th of July from 4pm to 8pm.

Excited to see my students present their work! Would love to welcome some of you at the expo and salute the next generation of printmakers for their artworks and talent.

More info in the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/638157219928988/?active_tab=about 

When?

6th & 7th of July

Where?

276, rue de Rollingergrund

L-2441 Luxembourg

Hommage to Camille Gira: Béki Limited Edition

Here a sneak peek of the new Béki notes, the regional currency of the canton Rédange. The project is a hommage to Camille Gira, not only a friend but also initiator of the Béki, former secretary of state and mayor, as well as guardian of the fox in Luxembourg, putting the fox under protection in 2015.

The first edition was created by Patricia Lippert. For the new edition Patricia now chose 5 further artists: Dan Altman, Pascale Behrens, Joel Rollinger, Claude Thoma and myself. Here I want to personally thank Patricia again for making me part of this.

Together we created the new series of Béki notes. Patrick Pax has done an excellent job with the design and finissage of the notes.
Big thanks go also to Max Hilbert and to the Asbl de Kär for organising this project, a project on which we have been working with passion and heart to commemorate Camille.

Join us at the vernissage on the 22nd of May at the Millegalerie in Beckerich, where we will present the works, and cherish someone who left us too early.

Event Link:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1758139657666216/?ti=as

When

 Vernissage: 22 May at 19:30

Exhibition: May 22 until June 9

Where

Millegalerie in Beckerich (Biekerecher Millen)

For details see: invitation above or the Facebook Event

GROSBUSCH FAMILY TREE EXHIBITION

In February, Danielle proudly published the Grosbusch family tree, on which she has been passionately and diligently working over the past two years. It is the genealogy of her own family, which made the project a very special and personal one. The vernissage took place at the Grosbusch fruits & vegetables business facility, which has been made available by friend and distant cousin René Grosbusch.

Feel free to  get in touch if you are interested in having one of the Grosbusch family trees at home or if you have questions about the event or the technique.

WHEN AND WHERE

February 2019

Grosbusch fruits and vegetables business facility



100 caricatures by Joseph Grosbusch

You ought to have wings was an exhibition of a selection of more than 3000 caricatures, sketches, that Joseph produced over his lifetime. The works represent a picture of humans and the life on earth, depicting oxymorons, fallacies and hypocrisy as well as predicting many of the problems our society is facing today.  This year, Danielle's father would have turned 90. Together with her two sisters, they organised an exhibition that commemorates and celebrates one of Luxembourg's artistic geniuses.

If you are interested, there is always a possibility to reorder some prints or one of the booklets, which contain a selection of Joseph's best artworks.

When/Where
This exhibition has unfortunatley already taken place (at the Oeko Zenter Lëtzebuerg Asbl)

Questions? Get in touch

Salon CAL 2018

In November it was again time for the Salon CAL. Organised by the Cercle Artistique du Luxembourg, it is Luxembourg's major art event, showing a selection of the country's best artworks the year 2018 could offer. The event took place over the course of ten days and was at it's peak with the visit of Grand Duke Henri during the Vernissage (see picture).

It was Danielle's thirteenth time being featured at the exhibition and this time she presented three pieces which show a mixture of natural, creative and abstract drawings (see picture).

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