The Principality of Monaco never stops! Here are the exhibitions to see now in Monaco for the month of November and December 2018 as well as January 2019.
"Prehistoric and Protohistoric Art" exhibition
This exhibition on prehistoric and protohistoric art illustrates the artistic diversity that has been discovered throughout the world and that was skillfully expressed long before writing skills appeared.
The Emile Cartailhac Prehistoric Art Research and Study Centre (CREAP) and Monaco's Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology have joined forces to present this exhibition that pays tribute to Prince Albert I, founder of the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology.
Tom Wesselmann exhibition, "The Promise of Happiness"
The New National Museum of Monaco (NMNM) is exhibiting a series of works by Tom Wesselmann at the Villa Paloma. This exhibition will focus on the career of the pop art painter, and will highlight his work on the taboo topic of sexuality. The exhibition is named after Stendhal's famous statement that "beauty is only the promise of happiness."
Olivia Brazier exhibition, "Les Pêcheuses"
This exhibition by contemporary artist Olivia Brazier on the theme "Les Pêcheuses" is organized by the Monegasque National Committee of the UNESCO International Association of Art (IAA) founded in 1955 by Etienne Clerissi, under the Honorary Presidency of HSH Prince Albert II.
Exhibition "Rencontre de Maitres"
This exhibition showcases Flemish paintings from the 16th and 17th centuries.
South Korean exhibition, "Artist's Experience"
This exhibition of artists from South Korea is organized as well by the Monegasque National Committee of the UNESCO International Association of Art.
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