Luma Arles

DRIFT: Living Landscape

From June 01 to September 29, 2024

Lonneke Gordijn, Ralph Nauta

In June 2024, LUMA Arles welcomes DRIFT, with a singular interactive exhibition.


Practical Effects

From June 1, 2024

Diana Thater

Tackling the idea of a post-apocalyptic existence, Practical Effects depicts a biomimetic robot-primate through a moving, melancholy lens.

Rirkrit Tiravanija: A LOT OF PEOPLE

From June 01 to November 03, 2024

Rirkrit Tiravanija

In the early 1990s, Rirkrit Tiravanija (Thai, b. 1961) made a name for himself with his culinary works in galleries and museums, which both thrilled and bewildered the public.


The Life of Sculptures

From June 30, 2024

Erika Verzutti

This residency provides a platform for Verzutti to produce a significant body of new work, present an exhibition, The Life of Sculptures, and develop an ongoing film project to be shot in Arles.


Lee Friedlander Framed by Joel Coen

From June 30, 2024

Lee Friedlander

LUMA Arles presents Lee Friedlander Framed by Joel Coen, an exhibition born of the collaboration between the American photographer and the celebrated filmmaker. Through 70 prints and a film, the exhibition reviews Friedlander’s 60-year career.


Hans Ulrich Obrist Archive – Chapter 4: Gustav Metzger – Each of us, all together

From June 30, 2024

Gustav Metzger

For this fourth chapter, the Hans Ulrich Obrist Archives
at LUMA Arles present an exploration of the work of Gustav Metzger (born April 10, 1926 in Nuremberg, died March 1, 2017 in London), an essential figure for ecology and activism in the arts.


Je n’attends plus

From June 30, 2024

William Kentridge

William Kentridge is one of the most protean artists of his generation. Combining drawing, film, sculpture,

theater and opera, he is renowned for his politically engaged practice.


The Great Yes, The Great No

July 07 to 10, 2024

William Kentridge

LUMA Arles presents The Great Yes, The Great No in partnership with the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence.


Le chant du center

From June 30, 2024

Theaster Gates

LUMA Arles presents Le chant du center (2024), a new artistic concept in collaboration with Theaster Gates as part of a long-term commitment to this renowned artist. Le chant du center follows on from the success of Min | Mon (2023), Gates’ first exhibition at Arles, and continues the artist’s ongoing exploration of performance, materiality and labor in the form of a series of ambitious creative projects.



From June 30, 2024

Judy Chicago

Judy Chicago: Herstory was presented at the New Museum in New York in 2023. It received rave reviews, offering for the first time a historical and narrative context for her entire body of work. The exhibition is the most comprehensive retrospective of the iconic feminist artist in a New York museum to date.


Me Time

From June 30, 2024


Initiated by Neïl Beloufa, EBB invites artists, writers and filmmakers to experiment with the technologies that shape our digital lives in today’s attention economy.




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Diana Thater

(2024), Practical Effects, Courtesy Luma Arles and Diana Thater

Finn Bech

Drift (2024), Courtesy Luma Arles and Finn Bech