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Picasso: Private Collection of Rare Works and other Monaco news

Learn about Picasso’s private collection of rare works  and other news from just one article and find out what was going on these days in the little but very busy Principality.

Picasso: Private Collection of Rare Works by the Artist stops in Monaco

A remarkable collection of 32 works on paper, ceramics and sculpture by Pablo Picasso assembled over 25 years and spanning key moments in the artists career is coming to Monaco. The exhibition is on at the Moretti Fine Art gallery (27 avenue de la Costa) until December 22 and is free to attend.

Monaco Rugby 7s Year-End 2023 Smash Victory in Dubai in Front of Prince Albert

Monaco Rugby 7s Year-End 2023 Smash Victory in Dubai in Front of Prince Albert
Photo by Marcos Ramírez on Unsplash

The goal is to have exclusively Monegasque players representing Monaco Internationally.

No so easy when Monaco is currently playing at such a high level internationally, including in the team some of the best players in the world. This year, the team consisted of three Federation players and one club player. Eventually, the FMR hopes to have all local players representing them. 

Sportel Awards: World’s Best Sports Moments Caught on Camera

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Prince Albert II of Monaco and the French track and field athlete Muriel Hurtis at the Sportel Awards ceremony in 2021 © Sportel Monaco

A picture is worth a thousand words, as the old adage goes. But in Monaco, a picture may be worth even more. Every year, Sportel Awards gives out prestigious awards for the best images in international sports journalism during an incredible three-day celebration.

So much of the way we experience the world is through visual media. Pictures and videos allow us to be in many places at once, giving us front-row seats to tournaments, matches and competitions around the globe.

Japan Rises to the Top of Monaco’s 28th International Judo Tournament

Monaco’s 28th International Judo Tournament

With only a few months to go before the Paris Olympic Games, Monaco hosted the 28th International Judo Tournament this past weekend at the Stade Louis II. On 10 December at 9am, the ASM Team’s gym was transformed into a dojo for the close-combat event in the Gaston Medicin room.

Eleven teams comprised of seven competitors per team came from France, Ukraine, Italy and other countries. Facing one another on the mats, the final was between Japan’s Kokugakuin University and Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois, who competed against one another at 4pm. The final score was 4-3 for Japan and the team was presented with the prestigious Gérard-Bertrand Trophy.

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