First displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1955, this 500+ set of captivating series of black and white photos depicting real life of humans around the world, laughing, dancing, even having problems.

This collection of photographs taken by artists from all over the world and assembled in 1955 by Luxembourg born photographer Edward Steichen, was donated to Luxembourg and is now shown at Clervaux castle. The exhibition is part of the UNESCO Memory of the world list.

This exhibit contains beautiful photos of mankind from conception to death. Emotions, physicality, thoughts, labor and many other parts of the human condition are expressed in unique ways. It has traveled the world but lives in Clervaux (Luxemburg)

Where: Clervaux (Luxemburg)

Entrance fee: 6€ 

No booking in advance, you pay at the exibition.


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