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Inaugural Art Fair in August

Inaugural Art Fair in August

By Stephanie Horsman - August 14, 2020

The International Contemporary Art Fair coming up in late August will be the first major cultural event to be held since the beginning of the health crisis.

After months of online events and remote happenings, a real face-to-face trade show is coming to the Chapiteau de Fontvieille from the 21st to the 23rd of August. This, the first International Contemporary Art Fair to be held in Monaco, is planning to make the most of this live event to show off “a human and warm side”.

Art lovers and collectors will be able to hobnob with the artists and gallerists whose selections have been hand-picked by organiser art3f’s special committee. New talent and the possible stars of tomorrow will be showing their paintings, sculpture, ceramics and photographs amongst those of well-established and known artists.

The event requires no specific dress code and is meant to be a relaxed environment to come and enjoy the art on hand. Many pieces are priced affordably making this an interesting show for those who love fine modern art but simply do not have the wallet to match their tastes.

A restaurant will be set up on the terrace, implementing all required health procedures and serving food and drinks throughout the event.

Tickets are €10 and free for minors under 18 who come with an adult. The hours are 4pm to 11pm of Friday the 21st, 10am to 8pm on Saturday the 22nd and 10am to 7pm on Sunday the 23rd. Masks are compulsory. For more info, go to the art3f’s website at https://www.art3f.fr/index.php/en/visitors-infos-monaco

 

 

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