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Esplanade 2024

artmonte-carlo / Esplanade 2024

Grimaldi Forum Esplanade

For artmonte-carlo, the Grimaldi Forum Esplanade will present a selection of sculptures from exhibiting galleries, as well as furniture produced by the Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco and the Pavillon Bosio.

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Fondation Albert II X Pavillion Bosio

Bench Fondation Albert II X Pavillion Bosio

55 cm (height) x 200 cm (length)
4 pieces
35kg each

The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation:

artmonte-carlo is honored to collaborate with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, presenting on the esplanade of the Grimaldi Forum benches originally produced by the Foundation for the Green Shift Festival.

The benches were designed by artists and scenographers Gabriel-Noé Rosticher and Ahmad Reshad, students in Art and Scenography at the École Supérieure d’Arts Plastiques de la ville de Monaco – Pavillon Bosio. They spent several months working on the layout of the festival, the scenic space and the design of some of the furniture and seating in recycled wood. 

Inspired by the Japanese “kigumi” construction technique, the various elements of the furniture can be assembled without screws and dismantled easily for optimized storage.

Cortesi Gallery

Helidon Xhixha

1970 Durrës, Albania
Luce, 2012
Polished stainless steel
280 x 80 x 100 cm
110 ¼ x 31 ½ x 39 3/8 in
120kg

Provenance : Private collection, Italy.

Galerie Georges-Philippe et Nathalie Vallois

Accumulation of bronze propellers
195 x 95 x 100 cm
Unique piece
500 kg

SEMIOSE

Stefan Rinck

Géraldine, 2022
Marble
88 x 40 x 175 cm
1050kg

The German sculptor, with his dual training in fine arts and stone-cutting romantic philosophers, a devourer of images and forms drawn from folklore from folklore, ancient art and twentieth-century visual culture. twentieth-century visual culture.

The marble sculpture Geraldine (2022) appears to be a hybrid between a cartoon dinosaur and a horned rhinoceros. It has as much to do with animal sculpture, a genre that triumphed in the 19th century, as much as urban furniture, and is rooted in an imaginary world at the crossroads of Romanesque sculpture and contemporary cartoons. 

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