"Artlovers" at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco
This major summer exhibition presents contemporary works from the Pinault Collection. It is open until 7 September 2014
The "Artlovers" exhibition brings together almost fifty works from the Pinault Collection (more than a third of which have never been displayed before in previous exhibitions of the Collection), by 33 artists.
It includes the most famous works by artists who are represented in the Collection (including Maurizio Cattelan, Jeff Koons and Akashi Murakami and his large polyptych, designed especially for the Palazzo Grassi), as well as much rarer and unexhibited works – from Rudolf Stingel to Bertrand Lavier, Monk, and Sherrie Levine, a third of the works on display in Monaco have never been shown before in previous exhibitions of the Pinault Collection.
The exhibition features a wide range of media (including paintings, sculpture, installations, video and drawings), different generations of artists (the great names of the 1960s to the 1990s, alongside younger artists) and the geographic areas they originate from (including Europe, America, Asia and the Middle East).
This diversity, which is so characteristic of the Pinault Collection, reflects its spirit of openness, commitment and generosity.
Don't miss the "questions box" at the end of the visit! Visitors are invited to reply to three questions relating to the exhibition in front of a camera. The video is then posted on Facebook.
"Artlovers – Stories of Art from the Pinault Collection"
Until 7 September 2014
More info: www.grimaldiforum.com