Albert II inaugurates ‘Monaco-Dolceacqua 500’ exhibition at Princely Palace
Prince Albert II inaugurated the first temporary exhibition of the season in the Grands Appartements of the Prince’s Palace. A photographic exhibition entitled “Monaco-Dolceacqua 500” by artist Julien Spiewak will be held until 8 May.
The Prince, accompanied by Georges Marsan, Mayor of Monaco and Fulvio Gazzola, Mayor of Dolceacqua, was able to discover original photos highlighting certain rooms of the Prince’s Palace as well as private places and historical sites of the small Italian commune. These photos are part of a series entitled Corps de Style which compares the shapes of the human body with a work of art or furniture.
This exhibition is one of the events celebrating the twinning between Dolceacqua and Monaco, which will be solemnly concluded on 3 November, five centuries to the day after an oath of loyalty to Augustin Grimaldi, lord of Monaco, was pledged by the syndics of Dolceacqua.
The exhibition will then travel to Dolceacqua, where it will be held until the end of the summer.