This year’s Monaco Masters Show once again brings together a wide selection of Modern and Contemporary art at the Opera Gallery.
Gilles Dayan has brought together a selection of paintings by outstanding masters of the Modern and Contemporary periods, including works by Marc Chagall, Fernand Léger, Pablo Picasso, Yayoi Kusama, Fernando Botero ad Manolo Valdès, among others.
The exhibition will run from July 5 to August 31.
In the Gallery’s own words: “By reinventing the dialogue between sculptures, paintings and works on paper, the Monaco Masters Show offers visitors and collectors an unprecedented visual experience. It celebrates the genius of artists who have shaped and continue to influence the art world through their creativity.
“Like every year, this exhibition will shine a light on the greatest masters such as Fernand Léger, whose revolutionary Tubist works are a real eye-catcher, Marc Chagall and his marvellous dreamlike compositions that invite us on a poetic voyage, Nicolas de Staël and his superb “marine” paintings, as well as the painted sculptures of Dubuffet’s famous Hourloupe series, for the viewing pleasure of art lovers.
For the twelfth consecutive year, Opera Gallery is renewing its partnership with Mission Enfance, the Monegasque humanitarian association that focuses on the education of underprivileged children around the world. Part of the proceeds from the sales will be donated to the organisation, “combining the beauty of art with a cause close to our hearts.”
Opera Galleries operate in 16 locations worldwide, most recently opening in Madrid. All the work for sale is owned by the Gallery.
PHOTO: Opera Gallery owner Gilles Dayan with Chagall’s Lovers in the Village on a Red Background, painted in 1968 and priced at 1.7 million euros