CHOCOLATE by Marc Lagrange

“SELENE” 2010, From the new series CHOCOLATE Polaroid by Marc Lagrange, fine art photographer
Filled with longing and sensuality, Marc Lagrange’s photographs celebrate fantasies and desire – placing beauty and dreams at the center of his world.



Luxembourg Art Fair

Galerie Paul Janssen is pleased to invite you to the second edition of Luxembourg Art Fair, the international contemporary art fair.
30 Nov. – 1 – 2 – 3 Dec. 2017

We will be happy to welcome you to our stand n ° 84.
Luxembourg Art Fair is the opportunity to acquire from affordable works of art to the most prestigious.


Jeudi | Thursday : 18h-23h
Vendredi | Friday : 16h-22h
Samedi | Saturday : 11h-20h
Dimanche | Sunday : 11h-20h

10 circuit de la Foire Internationale
L-1347 Luxembourg-Kirchberg
Parc des Expositions – Luxexpo Thebo

Zoom on CoBrA


The CoBrA group was a short-lived but highly influential artist collective formed in Paris. Named for the three northern European cities that its founders originated from – Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam – its approximately thirty members became known for their vigorously spontaneous, rebellious style of painting that was heavily inspired by the art of children and the mentally ill. With their intuitive methods, loose, gestural marks and strong colors, CoBrA artists have used of some of the techniques of New York School style of the same era. Yet CoBrA art is more political, and is more sensitive to the huge devastation of the European cities and people after World War II. Their democratic approach to viewing and making was inspired and further expanded what we now call Outsider Art (work made by untrained artists, especially children and the mentally ill) as a serious movement in its own right.

With artworks by:



Hyperrealism Exhibition

Hard to believe these are paintings and not photos!

Group Exhibition till 30th of September, 7/7 from 15.00 > 20.00

With artworks by


Summer Vibes Exhibition

Isabelle SCHELTJENS’  portraits in glass are mesmerizing!

Up close we see an abstract image, seemingly unfinished – a captivating combination of bright colours. However, when viewed at a distance, our eyes fuse the individual pieces of glass into one solid portrait. The time-consuming and laborious technique is the antithesis to the frantic pace of life in a ‘disposable’ society.

Isabelle achieves striking optical effects with her technique: she captures the dance of light and colour in a way a photograph transforms it into a black & white, or sometimes a colourful, portrait – the fascinating result of a process which relies on the perceptive ability of the viewer’s eye and mind.

Exhibition till 31st of October