Su-Mei Tse (07/10/2017 - 08/04/2018)
Marked by its cosmopolitan origins, between Europe and Asia, and by an attention to the sonorous dimension of the world, the practice of Su-Mei Tse involves issues such as time, memory, musicality, and language.
Luxembourg has definitely become a country of art and culture, offering major cultural events.
"Life imitates art far more than art imitates Life"
In 2007, PwC was an exclusive partner of Luxembourg and Greater Region European Capital of Culture on the theme "Migrations". To show our commitment to culture beyond the iconic 2007 blue stag, we have been sponsoring some rich and eclectic events ever since and we will maintain our involvement.
At PwC, we are conscious of our responsibilities as a socially aware company and as leaders in our profession. We are equally aware of the importance of art in the functioning of every human society, as a medium of innovation, creativity and diversity, core values that we promote for many years within our company. We cherish intellectual and cultural curiosity, challenging our principles and practices contributing thus to the entrepreneurial spirit of our company. Art is an integral part and contributes to the development of this philosophy.
Our sponsor-partnership with two of Luxembourg main cultural venues, i.e. the Museum of Modern Art (MUDAM) and the Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster (CCRN), is an opportunity for several multicultural and multi-horizon events such as plays, concerts or art exhibition. Moreover, throughout this year PwC in Culture will have many cultural surprises in store for its people and clients.