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About Luma Foundation

In 2004, Maja Hoffmann created the Luma Foundation in Switzerland to support the activities of artists, independent pioneers, and organizations working in the visual and performing arts, photography, publishing, documentary filmmaking, and multimedia. Envisioned as a production tool for Hoffmann’s multi-faceted ventures, the Luma Foundation produces, supports, and enables challenging art projects committed to an expansive understanding of environmental issues, human rights, education, and culture.

The foundation’s headquarters and exhibition spaces in Zurich are part of the refurbished and expanded Löwenbräukunst art complex. Luma Westbau opened in 2013, presenting international projects, exhibitions and events commissioned and produced by the Luma Foundation. www.westbau.com

In 2013, Hoffmann launched Luma Arles to plan, develop, and manage the Parc des Ateliers, an expansive former industrial site located in Arles, France. Situated adjacent to the city’s UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Parc des Ateliers serves as the major programmatic and cultural center for Luma's diverse activities. Luma Arles includes a resource center designed by architect Frank Gehry; various industrial buildings rehabilitated by Selldorf Architects; and a public park designed by landscape architect Bas Smets. In anticipation of its completion, the site's main building designed by Gehry will open spring 2020, Hoffmann works closely with the Luma Arles Core Group (Tom Eccles, Liam Gillick, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Philippe Parreno, and Beatrix Ruf) on a program of exhibitions and multidisciplinary projects presented each year in the site’s newly rehabilitated venues of the Grande Halle, Les Forges, La Formation and the Mécanique Générale.
More info: www.luma-arles.org

About the curators

Neville Wakefield is a curator, creative director, and writer based in New York City. He has served as the senior curatorial advisor for MoMA PS6 and curator of Frieze Projects. Curatorial projects include; Matthew Barney: Prayer Sheet with the Wound and the Nail at the Schaulager, Xenophilia (Love of the Unknown) MoCA Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles. As well as being co-founder and co-curator of Elevation 1049 he also co-founded Destricted, a series of films that address the issue of sexuality in art. Wakefield served as the creative director for Tar magazine, and more recently the Creative Director of Playboy Enterprises. In October 2015 he was appointed Artistic Director of Desert X, a site-specific show in the Palm Springs area of California which first opened in 2017 with its second edition opening in February 2019.

Olympia Scarry is a Swiss artist based in New York City. Scarry recently exhibited at Hauser & Wirth in Gstaad, "Seeing Things As They Are". As well as pursuing her artistic practice, Scarry is co-founder and co-curator of Elevation 1049. Scarry is the granddaughter of famed children's book author and illustrator, Richard Scarry, who resided in Gstaad. 

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