The art fair Art Monaco will return for its fourth edition at the Grimaldi Forum from 25 to 28 April 2013.
The fourth edition of the popular modern and contemporary art event promises a full program.
The opening night on 25 April sees a VIP reception where some of the world’s biggest art collectors and buyers gather to view over 4500 pieces of art. The soirée will be followed by three full days of vernissage-style exhibits which will be available to an invite-only public.
Art Monaco 2013 Program
Thursday April 25th
Private opening (Black tie event)
6pm Official opening
6.30pm Auction sale in collaboration with Christies toward the benefit of Prince Alireza Pahlavi’s Foundation for Ancient Iranian Studies at Harvard.
Friday April 26th
1pm-5pm Public Hours
6pm-9pm Private Reception (Black tie event)
Saturday April 27th
12pm-8pm Public Hours
9pm Yacht Party (by invitation only)
Sunday April 28th
12pm-2pm Mimosa Sunday! Enjoy a Mimosa whilst visiting the show
2pm-4pm Children’s photography seminar by Franck Olivas
12pm-7pm Public Hours
Art Monaco presents a variety of modern and contemporary art, such as painting, sculpture, photography, drawing and digital art.
Johnessco Rodriguez, director of the event, is producing two shows simultaneously for 2013 – one in Monaco; the other in Barranquilla, Colombia.
An exciting, special virtual feature shall premiere the 2013 edition. Both events will be recreated in a digital world. Both shows will be represented in the virtual community Second Life. Interact with one another wherever you are and potential buyers can view art, obtain information and even make purchases as if they were physically present at either event.
In the real-world, look out for art from well established names like Pablo Picasso, Damien Hirst, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, and Miro. Plus there’s work from emerging artists such as Park Dae Cho, Jorge Iglesias, Ghass and Teodora Axente.
The work of Damien Hirst on show at Art Monaco 2013
Some of the main galleries exhibiting at this year’s show include Tanya Baxter Contemporary Art Gallery (London), Rudolf Budja Galerie (Vienna), LDB Gallery (St-Paul de Vence), Galerie Taglialatella and GRK Gallery (Paris) and NFF Japon Gallery (Tokyo).
Art Monaco 2013 promises to be a feast for art lovers everywhere!
For more information, visit the official website www.artmonaco.mc