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Artmonte-carlo is set to return this July as a leading platform for contemporary art, modern art, design and, new this year, high-end jewellery.
Following the success of artgenéve, artmonte-carlo was established in 2016 by Thomas Hug under the high Patronage of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and has since established itself as one of the Principality’s leading international art market events.
Each year, artmonte-carlo presents around 50 carefully selected international galleries. This year they include Hauser & Wirth – who has just established a gallery in Monaco, PACE, White Cube, kamel mennour, Perrotin, Air de Paris, Almine Rech, Esther Schipper and Carpenters Workshop, as well as modern and antique art dealers such as Dickinson, Waddington Custot, Mazzoleni, Thomas Gibson Fine Art, Robilant + Voena and Moretti Fine Art.
Alongside the gallery programme is the artmonte-carlo forum, an international platform dedicated to thought production, collaborations and exchanges. It brings together art professionals and thinkers to discuss and imagine common projects.
Private collections and the region’s heritage are also highlighted within the exhibition.
A monumental installation by artist Otto Piene will be presented on the Esplanade of the Grimaldi Forum, in collaboration with Berlin gallery Sprüth Magers.
Meanwhile, the fair will feature a new section this year – high-end jewelry brands.
The 5th anniversary edition of artmonte-carlo will take place from the 15th to 17th July at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco.
Photo by Annik Wetter
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