The edition consists of 15 antique mirrors on which seven dates have been laser-engraved, forming the core of the artist's exhibition:
-1732-1870: Fort Thüngen was erected in 1732. Demolition of Fort Thüngen began in 1870.
-1989-2006: On the night of November 9, 1989, the Berlin Wall fell + the bill authorizing construction of the future museum was passed. 2006: The museum opens.
-1929-1933: Construction of Paimio sanatorium
-1950: Marriage of his grandparents
-05/06/1967 - 10/06/1967: Six-Day War Lebanon-Israel
-04/08/2020: 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate stored for six years in a warehouse in the port of Beirut exploded, killing 230 people.
- 2023-2024: A Model exhibition at the museum
Conceived as a unique expression of his work and based on contemporary and Luxembourgish history, each mirror is in constant dialogue with the artist's personal memory.
Chosen for its reflective qualities, Rayyane Tabet invites us to see our own faces reflected amidst the various dates, and thus to take part in this reflection on history and the present.
Each mirror is numbered and signed by the artist, testifying to her personal involvement in the creation of this limited edition. It also comes with a signed certificate of authenticity attesting to its origin and rarity.
In order to guarantee a safe delivery, the sipping costs including the insurance of the mirror are at your expense.
The customs charges are not included (outside Europe).