On 21 November Ruth Gallery hosted an exclusive private view at Krtizel Fabrik – a creative atelier with a passion for Luxembourg, and one of the City’s most unique exhibition venues.
To celebrate Ruth Gallery’s first collective exhibition, art lovers sipped champagne while discovering select artwork by local and international artists.
From delicate, ethereal pieces by Vietnamese painter Bui Van Hoan and intricate, bold watercolours by Singaporean Jeffrey Wandley, to Israeli pop artist Michael Waizman’s vibrant, daring and expressive “Superman”, we proudly showcased a world fusion of contemporary pieces that highlight the diverse art genres and talent in our extensive collection.
“It’s art to warm the heart during these cold winter months!” commented one guest who was interested in renting a painting to brighten up her office space.
Founder Lova Ruth Cohen-Sizyandji revealed her passion for art and her company’s vision “to promote both emerging and renowned artists across the globe”.
Jacques Schneider, painter-photographer and founder of Kritzel Fabrik shared his enthusiasm for Ruth Gallery’s concept: “I met Lova just a few weeks ago at an event organized by Luxinnovation. The idea of renting art and bringing international artists to Luxembourg fascinated and inspired me. It’s just what the Luxembourg art scene needs“.