"Prehistoric and Protohistoric Art" exhibition

The aim of the exhibition is to illustrate how artistic diversity was expressed skilfully long before writing emerged.From Wednesday 30 May 2018 to Thursday 31 January 2019, Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology

The Emile Cartailhac Prehistoric Art Research and Study Centre (CREAP) and Monaco's Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology have joined forces to present an exhibition in the Principality on the prehistoric and protohistoric art that has been discovered throughout the world.
The exhibition pays tribute to Prince Albert I, founder of the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology and an enlightened patron of early research into Palaeolithic art at the beginning of the twentieth century.