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Monte-Carlo International Art Biennale is back to Metropole for depicting the Nature of Tomorrow.

Art creativity as a tool to send meaningful messages that make us reflect on contemporary environmental, economic and social issues. This is the core mission of the Biennale d'Arte Internazionale a Monte-Carlo (Monte-Carlo International Art Biennal) that lands back this weekend to the iconic Hermitage Hotel - Salle Théâtre in its tenth edition to show the best artistic achievements of last season. The event, under the high patronage of the Embassy of Italy in Monaco, will develop in two days, Saturday the 10th and Sunday the 11th, from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., bringing to light an ambitious but essential theme. "La Natura del Domani" (Nature of Tomorrow) is the leitmotif of this year's art show, involving ten artists out of total, alongside free subject.

Photo >> Official banner of the Monte-Carlo International Art Biennal at its tenth edition © Malinpensa Galleria d'Arte by La Telaccia

Born from the visionary idea of Malinpensa Art Gallery by La Telaccia, well established in Turin since 1972, the Biennale parades a selection of promising contemporary artists at international level, enhancing a significant cultural legacy on quality production. Painting, sculpture, photography, graphics, ceramics, bas-reliefs, mosaics, watercolour and handicrafts forged with digital techniques, these are some of the artistic devices on display.

Monia Malinpensa, Art Director at the Gallery, underlined: « It will be an engaging exhibition to witness a respectful art where new languages, shapes and colours increasingly blend with sensitivity, poetry and descriptive force. The event allows artists to seduce the public with their artistic expression imbued with uniqueness and originality both in the techniques and in the materials used »

Photos >> Photo gallery of the 9th edition (2021), from left to right: 1. Awarding ceremony in the presence of H.E. Giulio Alaimo, Ambassador of Italy to the Principality; 2. “Legame” – Bond (polished bronze sculpture, 2019) by Rabarama; 3. H.E. Giulio Alaimo, Ambassador of Italy to the Principality, welcomed by Monia Malinpensa and Giuliana Papadia (Metropole Hotel, 9th June 2021) © Malinpensa Art Gallery by La Telaccia

As in previous edition, a Technical Jury made of art critics, journalists, publishers, gallery owners and collectors will decide the winners who will be awarded in the presence of H.E. Giulio Alaimo, Ambassador of Italy to the Principality of Monaco, and Rabarama, talented international artist giving life to exciting and unique sculptures of human form. The winner of the category "Nature of Tomorrow" will receive a prestigious prize designed by Ugo Nespolo, Italian artist, film maker and writer inspired by the 1960's Pop Art.

A unique chance to test and feel the best sensations that contemporary art can produce in a pleasant environment animated by the same artists. ***


By Maurice Abbati

Springer International Publishing

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