Exhibition

"Arcolart 2013" presents Arternativelight (passion/ocean), artists' collective exhibition in association with the Naval Museum of MonacoFrom Thursday 26 September to Sunday 13 October, Musée Océanographique
Aug 14

Arcolart 2013 in Monaco

The “Alternativelight 3” exhibition will be held at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco from 25 September to 13 October 2013

The Cultural Association ARCOL (Romania), in collaboration with the Naval Museum and the Alexandra Association of Monaco, is organizing the exhibition “Alternativelight 3 – Passion / Ocean” at the Oceanographic Museum.

Multi-talented artists have created works inspired by the wonderful, magical and mysterious world of the seas and oceans, while at the same time demonstrating their commitment to protecting the planet.

The idea behind the exhibition is also to shed light on the hidden talents of artists who are already famous in other fields.

This year the exhibition will feature “Rock&Roll Stars on the Roc!": Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Graham Nash and Ronnie Wood. These “Rock” stars and mythical artists unveil for us their love of art through their creative works.

Other works of art will also be on display. 


Alternativelight
Passion / Ocean
Multimedia Exhibition
Oceanographic Museum
From 25 September to 13 October 2013

For further information: www.arcolmag.com
www.oceano.mc


Sep 20

Arcolart 2013 Presents "Arternativelight Passion/Ocean" in Monaco

Rock Stars will be exhibiting their work at Monaco's Oceanographic Museum from 25 September to 13 October 2013

The Arternativelight exhibition is being held at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco from 25 September to 13 October 2013.  It offers an "alternative" viewpoint and an artistic and scientific "exploration" on the theme of Passion/Ocean.

Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Graham Nash and Ronnie Wood will be exhibiting their work in the Rock Stars' Art Corner.

The programme of cultural activities initiated by the ARCOL Cultural Association aims to help the artistic development of young people in difficulty.


Full info on:  www.oceano.mc
or on www.arcolmag.com