Take out your datebooks! On Friday, September 6th, the New National Museum of Monaco (or NMNM) is organizing a grand nocturnal opening at the Villa Paloma. It will be an opportunity to discover the exhibition Ombre d’azur, transparence and previously unreleased video projections.
The New National Museum of Monaco is back in style, offering a free nocturnal event, Friday, September 6th starting at 6 pm. From 6 to 9 pm, you can, if you have not already, visit the Ettore Spalleti exhibition, Ombre d’azur, transparence, visible until November 3rd, which highlights the artist’s work, a true dialogue between classical and contemporary art. In parallel, you can also enjoy delicious homegrown local and foreign wines, with the nomadic wine cellar Le Raisin de Vivre, partner for this evening.
A dancing projection
But the highlight of this event will be, without any doubt, the projection on the terrace of the Villa Paloma at 9 pm of the film Funky Town, which will broadcast for over an hour, music videos and clips made by different contemporary artists such as Brice Dellsperger, Martin Creed, M / M, Tony Oursler, and Clement Cogitore. The opportunity to dance while admiring original works near to the performance. Note that in case of a storm or bad weather, the projection will, unfortunately, be canceled. That would be a pity as this exceptional night shows promise.
*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.