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The LUMA& Foundation, established in Gstaad in 2010 by Maja Hoffmann, is closely cooperating with the LUMA Foundation, and the producer and main supporter of Elevation 1049.

The non-profit LUMA Foundation is committed to supporting the activities of independent artists and pioneers, as well as international institutions working in the fields of art and photography, publishing, documentary, and multimedia. Established by Maja Hoffmann, the foundation promotes challenging artistic projects combining a particular interest in environmental issues, human rights, education, and culture in the broadest sense.

The LUMA Foundation’s current focus is to create a truly experimental site, the Parc des Ateliers in Arles (France), dedicated to the production of art and ideas and developed with architect Frank Gehry. This ambitious project envisions an interdisciplinary centre for the production of exhibitions, research, education and archives, and is supported by a growing number of public and private partnerships.

The Foundation engages in long-term collaborations with institutions like the New Museum of Contemporary Art (New York), CCS Bard College (Annandale-on-Hudson, New York), Serpentine Gallery and Tate Modern (London), the Kunsthalle Zürich and the Fotomuseum Winterthur (Switzerland), as well as arts festivals and biennials around the world.

Honorary Board

Camilla Al-Fayed
Tracey & Maurice A. Amon
Maja Hoffmann
The Sackler Trust
Dominique Levy
Almine & Bernard Ruiz-Picasso


Franz Wassmer
SCEDART Initiatives 


François Gutzwiller
Ulla Dreyfus-Best
Rosalie & André Hoffmann
Vera Michalski
The Livanos Family
Iwan Wirth
Hansjörg Wyss

Advisory Board

Sam Keller, Director Fondation Beyeler, Riehen
Hans Ulrich Obrist, Co-director, Serpentine Gallery, London
Beatrix Ruf, Director Kunsthalle Zürich


Olympia Scarry is a Swiss artist living in New York. Her work traces mental and physical landscapes recorded through polygraph examinations, animal interactions and the human response to extreme or delicate situations. Her grandparents lived in Gstaad, and were known for their children’s books.

Neville Wakefield is a writer and curator who lives in New York. His most recent show in Switzerland was Matthew Barney: Prayer Sheet with the Wound and the Nail at Schaulager Basel.



Marc Bättig is a producer who lives in Basel. His latest projects include Doug Aitken: Altered Earth and To the Moon via the Beach (group show) commissioned by the LUMA Foundation in Arles (F), Jeff Koons: Split Rocker comissioned by the Fondation Beyeler in Basel/Riehen and Parcours (group show) as part of Art Basel.

Production Team

Hanna Baur Bättig (LUMA)
Anna von Brühl (LUMA)
Friedrich von Brühl (LUMA)
Gregor Hausmann
Zoe Laune (LUMA)
Thomas Puggl
Sandra Römermann (LUMA)
Todd Uzel
Alayna Van Dervort (LUMA)

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