Monaco Art Week 2024: dates and participants revealed

Monaco Art Week, an artistic journey through the Principality held under the High Patronage of Prince Albert II, will open its 6th edition this July in the presence of Caroline, Princess of Hanover, and feature new galleries to its growing list of participants.

Galleries, auction houses and art enthusiasts are joining forces to offer a series of exhibitions across different districts, punctuated by events, meetings with artists and conferences from 2nd to 7th July. 

Sculpture, painting, fine jewellery and various forms of creation, ancient, modern and contemporary, will all be on show throughout the days.

Monaco Art Week is at the heart of a rich cultural week, running in parallel with the artmonte-carlo international fair from 6th to 7th July, and coinciding with the opening of the major summer exhibition in collaboration with Tate, ‘Turner, the Sublime Legacy’ at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco, from 6th July.

Monaco Art Week 2024 will bring together 19 participants from various districts of the Principality: Artcurial; Boghossian; Christie’s; collect|mc; Hauser & Wirth; HOFA; Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo; Kamil Art Gallery; Lebreton; Elisabeth Lillo-Renner; Moretti Fine Art; NM Contemporary; Opera Gallery; Almine Rech; Galerie Retelet; Galerie Adriano Ribolzi; Sotheby’s; M.F. Toninelli Art Moderne; Teos Gallery.

For the first time, this year’s edition will welcome the Almine Rech gallery, newly installed on Avenue de la Costa, collect|mc association and the auction house Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo.

MAW 2023 at the Hofa Gallery / Yellow Korner. Photo credit: Alice Bensi

Monaco Art Week is supported by the Monaco Department of Cultural Affairs and is sponsored by ARTE Generali – Mourenon & Giannotti and SMT Société Monégasque de Transports.

Monaco Life is proud to be an official media partner of this year’s Monaco Art Week. 

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Photo credit: Alice Bensi, taken at the Adrian Ribolzi Gallery