Until September 15th, in the Salle Marcel Kroenlein of the Exotic Garden of Monaco, the graduating students of Pavillon Bosio are presenting their very first public exhibition, Paysages empruntés (Borrowed landscapes). The first of a long series…

The Bosio Pavilion is the Monte-Carlo College of Fine Arts, located on the site of the former Hôtel-Dieu building, before becoming the school that we know today, in July 1969 , then inaugurated by HSH Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace of Monaco. Since 2007, it has been awarding National Diplomas in the Plastic Arts, providing students the opportunity to present to the public the expression of their talents in the form of an exhibition.

An idyllic setting

The most recent class’ exhibition is entitled Paysages empruntés (Borrowed landscapes) and it is currently on display in the Marcel Kroenlein room in the Exotic Garden of Monaco. It is visible every day until September 15th, from 9 am to 1 pm and from 2 pm to 5 pm. The eight graduates used digital technology for their designs with videos gleaned from the Internet (and especially Youtube), as well as projections based on mapping. An event that is an application of all the knowledge acquired by the students and the way they use technique in the service of a message, an idea, a shared moment. An exhibition that will leave no one indifferent and that makes you want to know what these fresh graduates will propose in the future.

*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.