Princess Stéphanie of Luxembourg is stepping down from the presidency of the Board of Directors of the Fondation Musée d’art moderne Grand-Duc Jean (Mudam), to take on the role of honorary president of this museum.
New role for Princess Stéphanie of Luxembourg. The Grand Ducal Court announced on Monday that the wife of the heir Grand Duke Guillaume became honorary president of Mudam, the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art located in the city of Luxembourg. For six years, the 37-year-old young woman, passionate about art, was the chair of the board of directors of her foundation. A function that she will leave on 1uh January 2022.
Princess Stephanie is very happy and honored to remain linked to Mudam
The Palace underlined that the daughter-in-law of Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, who last took over this board of directors, “greatly appreciated her work over the past six years in this flagship of culture in Luxembourg ”. And to add that the mother of little Prince Charles is “very happy and honored to remain closely linked to the Museum by accepting the function of honorary president”.
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Opened in 2006, the Musée d’art moderne Grand-Duc Jean, nicknamed Mudam, was built by the famous Sino-American architect Ieoh Ming Pei – the author of the Louvre pyramid in Paris – on the site of an ancient fortress, Fort Thüngen. It houses permanent collections of world-renowned contemporary art and offers temporary exhibitions. It is managed by the Fondation d’art moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Mudam, a private law organization residing in July 1998 and whose main sponsor is the Luxembourg State.
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