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The Societè des Artes is organising a new art exhibition at the Yacht Club of Monaco combining works from the Renaissance, modern painters and emerging contemporary artists, all of which are available for purchase.
The Societè des Artes (SDA) manages hundreds of works of value thanks to its important links with great art collectors from the Renaissance to Modern art. Due to these contacts in the world of art, it is capable of hosting an array of interesting exhibitions.
Its latest event is a week-long exhibition open to the public, free of charge, in the unique setting of the Yacht Club of Monaco. Visitors will be able to admire works by great painters of the Renaissance such as Giampietrino, Tintoretto, Canaletto, and Tiepolo, which will be exhibited together with modern painters including Guttuso, Schifano, Adami, and Dorazio. There will also be emerging contemporary artists who are gaining wide acceptance: French sculptor Jivko Sedlarsky with his apparently light sculptures that defy gravity and express a sense of movement and grace; sculptress Lisy with her works of light; Marco Battaglini with his paintings suspended between the Renaissance and Pop Art; and Angelo Accardi who is considered one of the most fascinating artistic personalities on the international scene.
The exhibition will be a reference point for collectors living in Monaco and abroad.
The Principality is the first of a tour that will include many other major international cities. All the works on exhibit can be purchased and the presence of contemporary artists will allow guests to buy directly from them.
The event has a specific humanitarian purpose so at the end of the exhibition, during the final gala dinner, there will be a charity auction on behalf of the Monegasque foundation.
The exhibition is being held from 26th to 31st October.
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