"Huracán," by Eugenio Ampudia, and "Scrawl" by Daniel Canogar will be projected at the Royal Palace of Madrid and the Reina Sofía Museum, respectively.
LuzMadrid, the International Festival of Light, returns to the streets and squares of Madrid on October 27, 28, and 29, 2023. Over three vibrant nights, we can enjoy art and light in very special places in our city.
Madrid will be illuminated by more than twenty national and international artists whose works will allow us to see the city in a different way. In this second edition, the festival will move to new locations so that this luminous constellation surprises, moves, and captivates the people of Madrid and visitors.
In this edition, LuzMadrid will revolve around the themes of movement and vibration, with light as a creative force, a driver of dreams and aspirations.
The installations and works of LuzMadrid 2023 will adhere to energy efficiency criteria and the reduction of carbon dioxide consumption to certify the festival’s sustainable commitment. In its first edition, the festival was already recognized with the A Greener Festival award, which endorsed its environmentally friendly practices.