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Contemporary art trade show returns to the Big Top

Contemporary art trade show returns to the Big Top

By Cassandra Tanti - August 9, 2021

International contemporary art trade fair art3f is back in the Principality this month giving art lovers and collectors a chance to discover new talent as well as uncover treasures from already established artists.   

The Chapiteau of Fontvieille will be hosting the art3f art trade fair for the first time ever in Monaco from 21st to 23rd August. Known for being a showcase for up and coming talent and for offering amazing pieces at reasonable prices, the art3f exhibition boasts a warm and friendly atmosphere for art lovers to mingle with artists, learn about art and perhaps find just the right piece to add to one’s home.

The fair’s website calls the event “unbiased and uninhibited”, exhibiting more than 3,000 works from a carefully selected group of painters, sculptors, photographers and ceramists, over 200 in all. The artists are on site to answer questions, giving the event an air of intimacy not always experienced at gallery shows.

A bar and restaurant will also be available for “gourmet breaks”.

Art3f’s first stop this year is the Principality and will be followed by shows in Paris, Luxembourg, Lausanne, Marseille and Nantes, to name a few.




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