Deloitte Luxembourg has organised a charity art sale of the exceptional artwork by the Irish-American painter Matt Lamb (7 April, 1932 – 18 February 2012).
The art sale, organised in support of the World Peace Forum, has been inaugurated with a cocktail reception attended by guest of honour Laurent Le Bon, director of the Centre Pompidou Metz, who be holding the introductory speech.
The charity art sale and cocktail reception have taken place on 13 December 2012 at 6.30 p.m. in our premises, and the exhibition has been running until 31 January 2013.
Matt Lamb was an internationally recognised, self-taught painter whose works are represented in public and private collections throughout the world.
Consistently developing new techniques and developing a style uniquely his own, Lamb is now considered a great innovator in contemporary art.
Matt Lamb® Museums can be found throughout the world in Argentina, Russia and Germany. Recent one-man museum exhibitions were held at The State Russian Museum, Centre Picasso (Spain), Museum de la Pia Almoina (Barcelona’s Cathedral Square), Maricel Museum (Sitges, Spain), and the Kleisthaus (Berlin, Germany).
Discover below the video recordings of the opening:
“Lamb’s paintings perfectly express the core of pure emotion unique to his sensibility”
Pierre Cardin / Paris