Art at LUX
Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology
At LUX you can find art from the Lund university art collection, and a collection of works on permanent loan from the Public Art Agency Sweden.
LUX Opening hours
Due to covid-19 LUX has changed opening hours
From December 23 to January 24 the building is closed. Just LU-empployees and LU -students can enter with LU-card + pin.
LU-employees and LU-students have access to the main entrances weekdays 8.00 am - 5.00 pm.
HT-employees have always access.
The entrances are open Monday to Friday 6:30 am - 10:00 pm and Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm for HT-students and Department of Communication and Media students holding a LU-card and pin.
The building is also open when there are any planned acitivities in it. Use the ordinary doors.
Special opening hours:
HT-students have no access to the house December 24–27, December 31–January 3 and January 6. All other days they have their normal access, see above, to the house.
Men vänta nu (but wait)
Annika Ström created and installed the building-specific artwork men vänta nu (but wait) in 2014 when LUX opened. Ström’s work consists of several text fragments which can be discovered in unexpected spots in, on and around the building.
Art from the Public Art Agency
The art collection from the Public Art Agency Sweden consists of approximately forty works in diverse techniques, such as painting, photography, drawing, graphic arts and sculpture. The artists have a Swedish background; many with a connection to our region and some even to Lund. Several have international careers. The art collection comprises works from the latter part of the 20th century and onwards. Some of the artists behind the works are Carlos Capelan, Samira Englund, Jonas Liveröd, Tamara Malmeström de Laval, Claes Oldenburg, Madeleine Pyk and John Wipp.
Experience art in everyday life! By making the government-owned artworks accessible for staff, students and visitors, we aim to contribute to the dynamic environment that is LUX.