#Exhibition

Exhibition - "Polar Mission"
From Saturday 4 June 2022 to Tuesday 31 December 2024, Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
Discover an immersive and interactive experience! Take on the role of a roving reporter and set off on a mission to explore the polar regions! This new exhibition includes five thematic areas spread over two levels. Learn about the poles and their wildlife, and the men and women who populate and explore them. Fascinating objects and documents, digital content and immersive devices come together to create a 360° experience. The great voyage can begin!
From Saturday 4 June 2022 to Tuesday 31 December 2024
Avenue Saint-Martin
Exhibition - "The Prince and the Mediterranean"
From 6 December 2023, Musée Océanographique de Monaco
As part of commemorations marking the centenary of Princer Rainier III (1923-2023), the Oceanographic Museum presents its new permanent exhibition, "The Prince and the Mediterranean". Visitors to the exhibition, the Oceanographic Institute's tribute to the unshakeable connection between Princer Rainier III and the ocean, and the Mediterranean Sea in particular, will step aboard his ship, Deo Juvante II. Guided by the voice of H.S.H. Princess Stéphanie, they will navigate through four fascinating spaces, each exploring a different facet of the Prince and his passion for all things aquatic.
From Wednesday 6 December 2023 to Tuesday 31 December 2024
Avenue Saint-Martin
Exhibition - "Turner: the Sublime Legacy"
From Saturday 6 July to Sunday 1 September 2024, 10 am to 8 pm, Grimaldi Forum Monaco
This exhibition, featuring an ensemble of leading works in a new scenography, will take visitors on a journey through Joseph Mallord William Turner’s sublime representations of our world, from his landscapes to the elementary explorations of light and atmosphere of which he was a pioneer and master. Turner’s decisive influence on painting, and by extension his legacy, will be highlighted in the exhibition through some interpretations of the sublime by leading contemporary artists. Curator: Elizabeth Brooke, Senior Project Curator at the Tate.
From Saturday 6 July to Sunday 1 September 2024, from 10 am to 8 pm
10, avenue Princesse Grace
Exhibition - "Pasolini in Chiaroscuro"
From Friday 29 March to Sunday 29 September 2024, Nouveau Musée National de Monaco - Villa Sauber
The new exhibition at the Villa Sauber honours Pier Paolo Pasolini, perhaps the last European intellectual to have gained worldwide renown. A half-century on from his death, his influence can still be felt across the different fields in which he worked: he is read, commented on, adapted, and inspires contemporary creative artists. While he preferred to describe himself as a writer, it was his films that brought him to the public’s attention. The exhibition looks at his inspirations and his legacy.
Exhibition - "Miquel Barceló, Oceanographer"
From Friday 7 June to Sunday 13 October 2024, Nouveau Musée National de Monaco - Villa Paloma
Featuring a selection of around sixty works (paintings, ceramics, embroidery, works on paper), this exhibition is a chance to discover the prolific and eclectic creations of Miquel Barceló, a Spanish artist whose favourite subject was the sea.
Exhibition - "Francisco Tropa - Paesine""
From Sunday 1 December 2024 to Wednesday 30 April 2025, Nouveau Musée National de Monaco - Villa Paloma
The exhibition takes its name from "pietre paesine", ruined marble, whose geological markings are reminiscent of painted landscapes, on the boundary between figuration and abstraction. This analogy of nature and technique is a central theme in the work of Francisco Tropa, which focuses on the way in which an image appears and is perceived.
From Sunday 1 December 2024 to Wednesday 30 April 2025
56, boulevard du Jardin Exotique
Exhibition - "The Early Days of Télé Monte-Carlo, 1954-1974​"
From Monday 25 March 2024 to Friday 31 January 2025, from 10 am to 5.30 pm (5 pm on Fridays), Institut Audiovisuel de Monaco
The Cabinet of Curiosities - "The Early Days of Télé Monte-Carlo, 1954-1974​" - An exhibition looking at the first 20 years of Monaco's TV channel launched in 1954. A selection of archives and objects will take you back in time, to the very earliest days of colour television. Organised by the Audiovisual Institute of Monaco, the exhibition features items entrusted by Télé Monte-Carlo for safekeeping, documents from partner institutions, and materials kindly loaned by private individuals.
From Monday 25 March 2024 to Friday 31 January 2025, from 10 am to 5:30 pm
L'Engelin, 83-85, boulevard du Jardin Exotique
Exhibition - "Abstraction Marine"
From Monday 11 to Sunday 17 November 2024, from 2 pm to 7 pm, Comité National Monégasque A.I.A.P - U.N.E.S.C.O.
An exhibition of photography and calligraphy by Pierre-François Bellettini, in collaboration with Bernadette Koenig. Vernissage on 12 November at 6 pm.
From Monday 11 to Sunday 17 November 2024, from 2 pm to 7 pm
Comité National Monégasque A.I.A.P - U.N.E.S.C.O.
10 Quai Antoine 1er
Exhibition - "L’Harmonie des Plumes aux Mille-et-Une Couleurs"
From Monday 5 to Friday 9 August 2024, from 12.30 pm to 5 pm, Comité National Monégasque A.I.A.P - U.N.E.S.C.O.
Explore the enchanting world of Ana Tzarev with her latest exhibition, in which herons and other birds to life are brought to life with stunning grace by her oil paintings. Each canvas tells a story, with vibrant brush strokes and impasto, and diverse landscapes, from peaceful river banks to cherry trees in blossom, captivating the eye and immersing the spectator in nature. Experience the fusion of art and emotion through every stroke of Ana Tzarev's brush, and feel the depictions of these majestic creatures seem to spring off the canvas, each one a wondrous sight to behold.
From Monday 5 to Friday 9 August 2024, from 12:30 pm to 5 pm
Comité National Monégasque A.I.A.P - U.N.E.S.C.O.
10 Quai Antoine 1er
Exhibition - "The Ice Giants"
From Wednesday 10 April to Sunday 6 October 2024, Musée Océanographique de Monaco
Polar bears and emperor penguins are the lead characters in "The Ice Giants", a new exhibition by Michel Bassompierre. Seven monumental works will be installed in the Oceanographic Museum and on its roof terrace. Five will be new creations: four polar bears and a three-metre tall emperor penguin. Original drawings and sketches will also be displayed, accompanied by a film presenting the artist's work. This temporary exhibition is part of the Polar Mission organised by the Oceanographic Institute since 2022.
From Wednesday 10 April to Sunday 6 October 2024
Avenue Saint-Martin
Exhibition - "Lascaux in Monaco"
From Friday 19 April to Thursday 21 November 2024, Musée d’Anthropologie Préhistorique
This exhibition features an original scenography with replicas and an immersive virtual reality experience courtesy of #SPL LASCAUX, all made possible by the Museum's partners. Visitors can see original items from the Lascaux caves, loaned by the National Prehistory Museum (Les Eyzies, Dordogne) and the Institute of Human Palaeontology (Paris), plus ultra-realistic replicas of the five Cro-Magnons by Elisabeth Daynes, a 1:10 scale model of the Lascaux cave complete with prehistoric paintings and lighting, and low-tech interactive tables and exhibits.
From Friday 19 April to Thursday 21 November 2024
56 bis, boulevard du Jardin Exotique
Exhibition - "Symphony of colours"
From Thursday 20 June 2024 to Sunday 6 July 2025, from 10 AM to 6 PM, Espace 22
We are delighted to announce the new exhibition "Symphony of Colours" featuring the exceptional talents of three artists: Maja Kerin, Liudmila Sun, and Maria Mikileva. From June 20th to July 6th, from 10am to 6pm, come and discover the works of these three inspired women from the Principality. Immerse yourself in a world of intriguing colors, where each canvas tells a unique story. A visual symphony that will enchant your senses and feed your artistic soul.
From Thursday 20 June 2024 to Sunday 6 July 2025, from 10 am to 6 pm
Espace 22
24 Bd d'Italie
Exhibition - "Ingeborg zu Schleswig-Holstein: And There Was Light
From Wednesday 3 to Friday 26 July 2024, Moretti Fine Art
During the Monaco Art Week, Moretti Fine Art in collaboration with Julian Solms propose a dialogue between Ingeborg zu Schleswig-Holstein’s incandescent, chromatically charged abstract compositions and the gold ground works of the masters Simone dei Crocifissi, Barnaba da Modena, and Arrigo di Niccolò. A part of the proceeds of this exhibition will be donated to AMADE worldwide association under the patronage of H.R.H. The Princess of Hanover.
From Wednesday 3 to Friday 26 July 2024
Moretti Fine Art
27 Av. de la Costa
Exhibition - "Concrete beaches, artificial landscapes"
From 8 June to 30 September 2024, Thursday to Saturday from 2 pm to 6 pm or by appointment, Collect|MC
The collective exhibition CONCRETE BEACHES, ARTIFICIAL LANDSCAPES is based on a hypothetical scenario. Abstract, metaphysical, uncertain. Visitors should approach it like a fictional tale, one to which everyone can bring their own vision of a shared future. Every piece and object serve to animate those imagined futures, some of which may already have come to pass. Inspired by the flamboyant dreams from the first collection of short stories by J.G. Ballard, Vermilion Sands (1973), the exhibition uses hybrid storytelling to stimulate the imagination.
From Saturday 8 June to Monday 30 September 2024
Collect|MC
20 Bd de Suisse
Art Fair - "art3f"
From Friday 23 to Sunday 25 August 2024, Chapiteau de Fontvielle
5th art3f International Contemporary Art Fair. This event invites visitors to partake in a shared emotional experience with artists and galleries, a relaxed way to discover and appreciate art in all its forms. The unique art3f recipe has made every fair a success, built on direct contact and a genuine dialogue with artists and galleries, accessible art, established and emerging artists, a friendly and laid back atmosphere, and a three-day celebration of art!
From Friday 23 to Sunday 25 August 2024
Chapiteau de Fontvielle
5, avenue des Ligures
Exhibition - "Art Collect ACT-IV"
From Thursday 12 to Friday 27 September 2024, Espace 22
Art Collect (www.artcollect.store), the leading online art platform, is pleased to announce its fourth multi-artist exhibition (ACT-IV) in Monaco. The exhibition will be open to the public without interruption from Monday to Saturday, 11 am to 6 pm, and closed on Sundays. Visitors can see works by artists including Fred Ballin from Auribeau-sur-Siagne, Islaablack from Beausoleil, Fabien Dessoly from Merléac, Christophe Coupe from Samer, Marie De Oliveira from Cannes, Loélia Lange from Cannes, Pierre Bayet (Belgium), Jean-Marc Roumejon from Sernhac, Ericka Broliquier Sautour from Six Fours les Plages, Christine Thery-Demore from Antibes, Antoine Pisano from Corsica, and many others.
From Thursday 12 to Friday 27 September 2024
Espace 22
24 Bd d'Italie
Photography Exhibition - "Monaco and the Tour de France"
Until Saturday 31 August 2024, Jardins Saint-Martin & Sainte Barbe
Visit the Saint-Martin Gardens (between the Oceanographic Museum and Monaco Cathedral) until 31 August, and you'll find an exhibition of 1x1.5 metre photographs on the fences, looking back at the history of the Tour de France in Monaco (the images are taken from the archives of both Presse Sports, owned by the Tour's organiser Amaury Sport Organisation, and those of the Monaco Government Communications Department). The exhibition explores the close ties that have bound the Principality to the world's greatest cycling race for 85 years, with the country having hosted the Tour on eleven occasions since 1952, and enjoyed "ville-étape" status six times.
From Monday 1 July to Saturday 31 August 2024
Avenue Saint-Martin
Exhibition - "Magnetic by Alex Knapic"
From Wednesday 17 July to Thursday 1 August 2024, from 10 AM to 9 PM, Espace 22
From perfectly precise technological works in the world of architecture, through the memory of time and space in the world of mosaics, to canvases that allow creation in a moment, the artist continues his evolution through experimental art installations in metal and wood. These works are believed to experience a new change in the pursuit of the perfect display of emotion.
From Wednesday 17 July to Thursday 1 August 2024, from 10 am to 9 pm
Espace 22
24 Bd d'Italie