Taking its title from Stendhal’s famous claim ”La beauté n’est que la promesse du Bonheur” (Beauty is but the promise of happiness), a new exhibition at the Villa Paloma is paying tribute to Tom Wesselmann.
Born in Italy in 1896 and raised in an impoverished neighbourhood of São Paulo from the age of two, Alfredo Volpi was one of, if not, Brazil's most significant artist of the early 20th century.
Villa Paloma in Monaco hosts a new exhibition of the works of long forgotten local artist and explorer, Hercule Florence.
Two exhibitions currently underway at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco highlight the important role played by dance in reinforcing Monaco’s standing on the international cultural scene.
Throughout this summer, the Villa Paloma in Monaco presents the work of the late American sculptor, Duane Hanson.