|Monaco’s Grimaldi Forum will be transformed into a 4000 sqm exuberant arena of art!! (26.2.2010)|
||From April 29 to May 2 , 2010. The Grimaldi Forum will be transformed into a 4 thousand square meters art gallery for Art Monaco’10 – Special Edition. Monaco will serve as host to more than 60 exclusive galleries from around the globe. Galleries will showcase and sell their original creations during the four-|
day festival. A VIP reception on April 29 will kick off the event, followed by three full days of vernisage- style exhibits open to the public.
Art Monaco’10 | Special Editions, was fashioned for the growing need to support local and international art. It serves as the perfect creative environment for these «galleries» to get together, networking and sell their artworks under one exclusive roof and for the public to view and purchase incredible works of art
from Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Tommy Wilson, Philippe Pastor, Agostino Bonalumi, Lucio Fontana, Nikolai Blokhin, Aung Kyaw Htet, Enkhtaivan O., John Nicholson, A. Jeitz, Navch, Alessandro Dubini and
many other well known and emerging artists.
This year’s artists will be coming from countries such as the United States, China, Mexico, Africa, Russia, Lebanon, Colombia, Italy, Portugal, Sweden, France, Germany, Canada, Israel, Thailand, Mongolia, Taiwan, Czech Republic, etc... One incredible edition to Art Monaco’10 is Jorge Iglesias artwork, from Buenos Aires, Argentina, who is renowned worldwide for his unique INVISIBLE SCULPTURES and PAINTINGS with MOVEMENT (see video attached). Jorge Iglesias will showcase his artwork for the first time in Europe. His one-of-a-kind style has earned him the title «Creator of the Invisible». Art critics have said that Jorge Iglesias has achieved with his art what Da Vinci and Dali could not.
WHERE: Grimaldi Forum - Monaco
WHEN: Thursday April 29, 18:00 to 22:00 (VIP Reception)
Friday April 30th, 10:30 to 20:00
Saturday May 1st, 10:00 to 20:00
Sunday May 2nd, 10:00 to 19:00
VIP Reception: 100 €, Reservations email@example.com
Passport for 3 days: 25 €
General admission: 15 €
Students and seniors: 8 €
Children under 12: Free