For the very first time in the Principality, Artcurial will present, on July 19, a Monegasque private collection bringing together the most emblematic pieces of transalpine design.

There are more than 90 pieces of historical design represented by the best architects and designers such as Gio Ponti, Gino Sarfatti, Fausto Melotti, and Gabriella Crespi, but also some exceptional pieces by the Campana Brothers such as the Settimio cabinet made in only three copies, one of which is in the collection of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.

This sale will fit more broadly into Artcurial’s Monegasque summer sales session around luxury but also contemporary art with Monaco Sculptures, the principality’s unmissable event. On this occasion, an exceptional and unpublished sculpture by Gio Ponti representing an angel and made for the Los Angeles Cathedral will be presented.

A selection of pieces will be on display from July 6 at the Artcurial Monaco Gallery, during the Artmonte-Carlo fair, then at Artcurial in Paris from July 12 to 18.