We are delighted to invite you to our new exhibition at La Rose De France in Monaco.
Continuing the conversations initiated in Recent Acquisitions and Eternal Loves - Part I
, the exhibition’s second chapter maintains the dialogue between works acquired over the past three years and the collection's long-standing artistic influences. Yet, this new chapter delves deeper into the notions of space and of inhabiting by presenting art and design perspectives that offer broader interpretations of living spaces, moving from the physical and the sensorial to the personal and the cosmic.
Following a time of hyper-exposure to interior environments, combined with a longing for more sustainable ways of living, artists, like many others, build spaces to rest, observe, dream, heal, meditate, and experiment.
Employing sound, scent, light, sculpture, drawing, painting, photography, collage, textile, and installation, the works in the show blur the distinction between exhibition and living space. Meanwhile, the combination of artworks – tested using ChatGPT-4 to uncover further affinities and differences between artistic practices - unveils the inner visions of the artists and designers, but also that of a passionate collector. By opening the doors of a private apartment, the exhibition also questions the implications of sharing one's intimacy.
Curated in conversation with Giulia Civardi.
With works by Michael Anastassiades, Nora Berman, Han Bing, Ronan Bouroullec, Matt Copson, Nathalie Djurberg, Sylvie Fleury, Lars Fredrikson, Laura Grisi, Anthea Hamilton, Anthony Hill, Paolo Icaro, Allison Katz, Enzo Mari, Emil Michael Klein, Takuro Kuwata, Wolfgang Laib, Adriana Lara, Lorenza Longhi for Specchi Magici, Goshka Macuga, Nalini Malani, Haroon Mirza, Riccardo Paratore, Gianni Piacentino, Mary Ramsden, Giangiacomo Rossetti, Cinzia Ruggeri, Gino Sarfatti, Ettore Sottsass, Ettore Spalletti, Vivian Springford, Sissel Tolass, Daiara Tukano, Lina Iris Victor, Cecilia Vicuña.Read more here
Rose de France
Boulevard de Suisse 17
Principality of Monaco
98000 MonacoPlease note the exhibition is open by appointment only.
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