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  Mixing Memory and Desire
The new Kunstmuseum in Luzerne, designed by Jean Nouvel, opens on June 20, 2000
with "Mixing Memory and Desire," a exhibition of works by 25 contemporary artists
set against historical art from the museum's permanent collection.

The show includes work by Francis Alys, Tacita Dean, Marlene Dumas,
Douglas Gordon, Eberhard Havekost, Brice Marden, Reinhard Mucha, Michelangelo Pistoletto,
Charles Ray, Jeff Wall, James Welling, Franz West, Christopher Wool and others.
Photos by Mary Barone
Front of new bldg.
Jeff Wall's Restoration 1993-94
Collector Pamela Kramlich and New York dealer Marian Goodman
Jill Sussman, collector Dick Kramlich and Lane Coburn
Christopher Wool installation
Paula Cooper
Curator Etienne Lullin and architect Annette Helle
Christie's contemporary specialist Philippe Segalot
David Zwirner
and Angela Schoon
London dealer Jane Hamlyn of Frith St. Gallery
Dealers Klemens Gasser
and Tanja Grunert
Frank and Ralph Lehmann
Paintings by Eberhard Havekost
Dealer Michael Black
Dealer Mattias Arndt
Crowd at rooftop balcony