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The New National Museum of Monaco (NMNM) presents LAB #2, Outside Categories, until March 18, at Villa Sauber with Berger & Berger, Patrick Corillon, Félix Dol Maillot and Damien MacDonald.
Initiated at the Villa Sauber two years ago, the LAB will make the museum a laboratory and crystallise its experiments. The idea is to encourage the public to watch the museum as they browse and not be mere visitors, and to transform their visit into a sharing experience.
This second edition will continue the redefinition of the museum; to get off the beaten track with out-of-class creators who jostle the meaning of the word “artist” through protean practices and for guests to question the place they are visiting.
In this exhibition five artists imagine the museum of the future. Their proposals are added to the exhibition of the works of Michel Blazy, born in Monaco and recognised internationally for his work devoted to perishable materials. Unsurprisingly, admission is free.
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