The Grand Duchy's Pavilion at the Venice Biennale

The artist's work entitled "Thank you so much for the flowers" will be representing the Grand Duchy at the Venice Biennale.

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The Luxembourg pavillon is open to the public from 13 May to 26 November 2017.

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The Luxembourg Pavilion will be exhibiting reappropriated costumes and domestic objects

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The objects are made by Mike Bourscheid.

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The scene is enriched with music and performances.

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The artist attempts to question social conventions and societal norms.

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Each room in the Pavilion constitutes an intimate world with its own decor.

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The costumes made by the artist enable him to change gender from one moment to the next.

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The artist is erasing the typical distinction between masculine and feminine.

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For the artist, gender is a fluid construction between two distinct poles.

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Mike Bourscheid, artisan artist.

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Mike Bourscheid, born in 1984, is a young multi-talented artist.

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Bourscheid considers himself an artisan artist, and likes to make all his objects himself.

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The DIY process is thus at the heart of Bourscheid's art, and constitutes its core.

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With each new work, the artist acquires new craft skills

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All of the artist's productions have a very personal aspect.

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The Biennale - a world exhibition of contemporary art.

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Since 1895, the Venice Biennale - the largest biennial contemporary art exhibition in Europe - is a venue for artists from all over the world to meet and exhibit their works.

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The 57th International Art Exhibition, entitled VIVA ARTE VIVE, presents over a period of seven months the pavilions of 85 participating countries throughout Venice's historic centre.

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The Grand Duchy took part in the Venice Biennale for the first time in 1988.

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Since 1999, the Grand Duchy's artists have regularly presented their works in the Ca’del Duca in the Corte del Duca Sforza.

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This year, the organisation and coordination of the Grand Duchy's participation is in the hands of the partnership between the Ministry of Culture and Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain.

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Mike Bourscheid – Thank you so much for the flowers 2017

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Mike Bourscheid – The Wellbeing of things 2017

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Mike Bourscheid – The oracle, 2017.

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Mike Bourscheid, This is how I imagine love

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  • Updated 08-09-2017