Espinasse31 Gallery to showcase ‘Harmony of Contrast’ during Monaco Art Week

Milan’s Espinasse31 Gallery has announced it will be bringing an ephemeral exhibition, ‘Harmony of Contrast’, to the Principality for Monaco Art Week. The showcase, which will be hosted by Le Méridien Beach Plaza, will unite the distinct artistic styles of three international creatives from the US, Italy and Russia.  

Classical, urban and abstract: it doesn’t get more diverse than that in the world of artistic styles and genres. Yet Espinasse31 Gallery’s presentation of Harmony of Contrast is a collection of pieces to be enjoyed as a whole, a demonstration of how differences can be complementary and even cohesive. 

Coinciding with the launch of Monaco Art Week in early July, the exhibition will run from 2nd July until 29th September at Le Méridien Beach Plaza in Larvotto, and feature the works of Italian sculptor Marcello Silvestre, American artist Adam Lucey and Russian artist Olga Lomaka.  

Marcello Silvestre of Naples combines architecture and art in his sculptural work. He has received several awards, including the Targa d’Oro at Premio Arte 2018, with his works having been displayed around the world, including at Art Miami and at the Palazzo Reale in Milan. This exhibition will feature two of his key series, ‘Man, Soul and Time’ and ‘Invisible Cities’.  

Boston’s Adam Lucey is known for using vibrant colours and geometric shapes in his urban street art, and his works often feature characters from ’90s films. The pieces in this exhibition were created during his residency at Espinasse31 in Milan in 2019. 

Russian artist Olga Lomaka is recognised for her distinctive abstract style. Her works form part of collections in institutions across the globe, such as the Erarta Museum in Saint Petersburg and the Contemporary Art Centre M17 in Kiev. Lomaka’s ‘Alien’ project will be featured in the exhibition. 

Though it is headquartered in Milan, Espinasse31 Gallery also has branches in Monaco, Madrid and Miami.

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