Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Art Monaco on the French Riviera April 24-27, 2o14

Join us with Irreversible Projects at Art Monaco 2o14 - one of the art world's most prestigious art fairs. Monaco is a sovereign city-state, located on the French Riviera in Western Europe. It is bordered by France on three sides, one side borders the Mediterranean Sea. It is the planet's second smallest country roughly the same size as Manhattan's Central Park and can be traversed entirely in under an hour. Monaco is a constitutional monarchy that has become a major financial and artistic mecca, best known for it's royal opulence - ruled by Albert II, the reigning monarch and head of the Princely House of Grimaldi. He is the son of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, and the American actress Grace Kelly.

Art Monaco is an international contemporary art show taking place in Monte Carlo, Monaco - celebrating it's 5th edition this year. It is considered as one of the most prestigious and poshest art shows in the French Riviera opening its doors once again for art lovers, collectors, international media, art critics and renowned personalities that will gather for this exclusive event.

Join us with Irreversible Projects & Giants in the City as we flock to Art Monaco April 24-27, 2o14. Irreversible is a renowned art magazine and international art project, it is a pioneering art platform that will be participating in Art Monaco showcasing some of the world's finest modern and contemporary artists. Giants in the City is a traveling public art exhibit of colossal, inflatable sculptures that encourage interactive activities and relaxation, contemplation in nature, heightened perceptions and the process of creative thought.

Art Monaco acts as a platform for large corporations, business leaders, renowned art galleries, established and emerging artists that come together during this four-day art extravaganza. For more information on how to participate with us at the Irreversible Pavilion & Giants in the City during Art Monaco 2o14 contact Kat Wagner at Miami Art Scene via

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