It’s the first weekend of this Fall; it is truly great time of the year with Summer weather and still relaxed atmosphere. It is also the beginning of sports and cultural season in Monaco, time to buy tickets and plan ahead.
This weekend you can dedicate to visiting exhibistions, since some of them are about to close, for example like “The World of the Wolf”, exhibition in Jardin Exotique.
As it has done for the past five years, the Monaco’s Exotic Garden is devoting its summer exhibition to “The World of the Wolf”. In conjunction with the Alpha Park, this Monegasque establishment is exhibiting 26 large-format photos of the wolves of Boréon. The public can also find out about scientific studies of wolves and methods of looking after them and can also enjoy a fun learning area designed especially for children.
Another exhibition, which is currently open till 20 September, from 2 pm to 7 pm in Galerie 11 Columbia: “Dark Shadows” exhibition — visual art and design.
The exhibition “Dark Shadows” brings together works that all have one thing in common: the notion of darkness. Thus, the forms and subjects of each piece often question our consciousness and our relation to the darkness, frequently related to the world of fear. The exhibition is open at Gallery 11 Columbia until September 20th.
Grimaldi Forum presents the Imperial Court Life in China. In 2001, Grimaldi Forum Monaco honoured the “China of the First Emperor” with an absolutely unforgettable exhibition. In the summer of 2017 the focus will be on the last imperial Chinese dynasty (1644–1911), with a celebration of its pomp and circumstance, its tastes and its grandeur. The Forbidden City brought together some 200 remarkable exhibits, from the former palace of the emperors and loans from major European and American collections: the Musée Cernuschi and the Musée du Louvre in Paris, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the Royal Museums of Art and History in Brussels, and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in Washington. The exhibition will invite visitors into the very heart of an emblematic setting, rooted in China’s collective memory and home to a heritage of inestimable value.
And if you have some more free time there are a few other exibitions still going on in Monaco: “Dissipatio HG”, Exhibition “No man is an island”, Exhibition on “The Bicentenary of the Palace Guards”, Exhibition “Kasper Akhøj, Welcome (To The Teknival)”, Exhibition “Saâdane Afif, The Fountain Archives 2008—2017”, Borderline exhibition by Philippe Pasqua in Oceanographique Museum of Monaco. If you want to learn about other exhibitions taking place in Monaco visit our Calendar.
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Have a great weekend!