The Luma Foundation was established by Maja Hoffmann in Switzerland in 2004. Luma focuses on the direct relations between art, culture, human rights, environmental topics, education and research. The Luma Foundation's current focus is to create a truly experimental cultural complex in Arles (South of France), developed with Luma Arles. Luma Arles is a creative campus dedicated to providing artists with opportunities to experiment in the production and presentation of new work in close collaboration with other artists, curators, scientists, innovators and audiences. Since its inception in 2013, Luma has commissioned and presented the work of more than 100 artists, thinkers, and innovators, in different places of Arles. It has also overseen the transformation of the Parc des Ateliers, a 27-acre former industrial site in Arles, which is situated adjacent to the city’s celebrated UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Les Forgues Parc des Ateliers Arles France.
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