Skip to navigation Skip to main content

Guided tour by curator Christophe Gallois


In the framework of the exhibition

Tacita Dean



Exclusively for the

Amis des Musées

Since the early 1990s, Tacita Dean (b. 1965, Canterbury) has developed a singular body of work using multiple mediums, like film, photography and sound; drawing, printmaking and collage. Encompassing a diverse array of subjects, her work is characterised by a careful observation of time, a keen attention to history and a love of the fine details in life. Dean also welcomes chance as one of her guiding principles. A great believer in the non-deliberate act, Dean sometimes allows contingency, circumstance and accident to dictate the final outcome of a work. Since 2011, the artist’s work has also had to deal with digital imaging eclipsing photochemical film and photography, a topic she has written and spoken about at length describing an exponential accumulation of images: ‘A world that does not forget is a world that is drowning in its inability to forget.’

Discover this exceptional exhibition with curator Christophe Gallois.

Le curateur Christophe Gallois dans l'exposition de Tacita Dean au Mudam © Photo : Marion Dessard | Mudam Luxembourg
Christophe Gallois
© Photo : Marion Dessard | Mudam Luxembourg