After an extended hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Private Art Kirchberg (PAK) will return on Sunday, 25 September 2022 for an exciting day of cultural and architectural discovery!

For the 2022 edition, the EIB – alongside Allen&Overy, Arendt, Clearstream, Deutsche Bank Luxembourg, Fonds Kirchberg and UBS – will open its doors to art lovers and the curious public. On show during PAK will be the EIB’s latest exhibition, Unravelling which showcases socially-engaged and climate-conscious contemporary art.

The exhibition features many of today’s most exciting artists: Kapwani Kiwanga, Taysir Batniji and Yan Pei Ming, featured alongside emerging talent. The artworks encourage us to search for a deeper understanding of the complexities and riches of European identity. They invite emotional, intellectual and political growth.

Mini tours of the exhibition will be offered.

Private Art Kirchberg is an open-day event for corporate art collections based on the Kirchberg plateau. Started in 2006, it gives the public an opportunity to visit private collections comprising paintings, sculptures, video art, photographs and architecture held by several companies and institutions, providing a new perspective on a neighbourhood that is usually known as a business or shopping district.

PAK will take place on Sunday, 25 September from 11:00-18:00, across the Kirchberg plateau. In addition to the artistic programming at each participating venue, visitors will be able to take part in guided tours of the public art on display along Boulevard JFK, organised by Fonds Kirchberg.