Taste exhibition at Artmonte-carlo 2017

TASTE at Artmonte-carlo
28 - 30 April 2017

TASTE looks forward to returning to Artmonte-carlo in 2017. The Salon D`Art will take place at the Grimaldi Forum, under the High Patronage of H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco, from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 April 2017.
At Artmonte-carlo 2017, TASTE will present innovative new work by internationally recognised ceramic artists including Alison Britton, Philip Eglin and Marit Tingleff.
In addition this year, artists who have been previously been exhibited by Taste at both Artgenéve and Artmonte-carlo have been selected for an exhibition curated by Martine Bedin. Entitled 'Objets, Mes Amis', this special exhibition, which will take place during Artmonte-carlo, includes work by Ernst Gamperl - the 2017 LOEWE Craft Prize winner. 
We look forward to meeting you there.

Artists who exhibited at Artmonte-carlo 2017

Find TASTE at Artmonte-carlo


Stand D2

Grimaldi Forum Monaco
10, Avenue Princesse Grace


By bus:
bus 5 & 6 to Grimaldi Forum Sauber
bus 1 & 4 to Place des Moulins

Parking du Grimaldi Forum - Av. Princesse Grace
Parking du Larvotto - Av. Princesse Grace
Parking Louis II - Bd. Louis II

About Artmonte-carlo


"Artmonte-carlo is a new art exhibition, which aims to establish an artistic platform on the Côte d’Azur - at the very forefront of contemporary art, modern art and contemporary design – which pays homage to the requirements of the region’s many collectors and art-lovers."

Thomas Hug
Artmonte-carlo director

Palexpo SA’s decision to create a second exhibition of contemporary art, modern art and contemporary design was motivated by the interest shown by gallery owners and art collectors who have experienced artgenève as well as by the close ties between Geneva and Monaco. The first artmonte-carlo exhibition took place at the prestigious Grimaldi Forum in Monaco from 30 April to 1 May 2016.

In the same spirit as artgenève’s, artmonte-carlo showcases a specialised and select collection of work from leading international galleries against an immaculate backdrop and further enhanced by a programme of the highest level non-commercial exhibitions. This unique configuration of diversity interspersed with comfort zones helps promote the dialogue between the different participants of the world of Art.
Furthermore, the two exhibitions, one opening the annual European calendar of contemporary art fairs in the middle of the Geneva winter and the other at the start of the summer season in Monaco, unite two key European centres that have many art galleries and are home to many art enthusiasts and collectors.

For further information visit the Artmonte-carlo website.