A treat is in store for art lovers at the Almine Rech stand at the artmonte-carlo show, with a great mix of emerging and known talent featuring classic media forms as well as new technology.
Artmonte-carlo aims to establish an artistic platform for contemporary art, modern art and contemporary design for the art collectors and lovers on the Côte d’Azur, and its sixth edition is currently on at the Grimaldi Forum from 14th to 16th July.
As part of the show, the Almine Rech Gallery is bringing together a selection of multifaceted works from diverse backgrounds, generations and origins.
At their stand they will feature works from artists such as Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Gordon Cheung, Johan Creten, Jorge Galindo, Mehdi Ghadyanloo, Allen Jones, Leelee Kimmel, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Alexandre Lenoir, Ryan Schneider, Thu Van Tran, Kim Tschang-Yeul, Tursic & Mille, Francesco Vezzoli and Tom Wesselmann.
Additionally, Almine Rech will showcase the work of Italian artist Gioele Amaro. Known as a “master in the art of synthesis”, he combines and blurs the lines between classic media like painting, drawing and photography, with new technologies, capturing the essentials of subjects from real life.
Artmonte-carlo is taking place from 14th to 16th July, with an opening vernissage on the 13th at the Grimaldi Forum. For more information on tickets or the event, visit the dedicated website on https://artmontecarlo.ch/Accueil/
Image: Tomokazu Matsuyama, Lift Spelling Fall Over, 2022