On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, the Grimaldi Forum of Monaco organised a special celebration to say thank you to its staff and board of directors, where Prince Albert and Government Counsellor-Minister Patrice Cellario were present.

The 20th anniversary of the Grimaldi Forum of Monaco, the Principality’s international cultural centre, was to coincide with the opening of the hotly anticipated exhibition “Monaco and the Automobile, from 1893 to present day.” Like many other events on the Rock, the exhibition was eventually cancelled due to COVID-19. To celebrate this anniversary, however, a “celebration of thanks” was organised to thank the staff for these “twenty years of passion, work, creativity and emotion.” Prince Albert and the Government-Minister Patrice Cellario attended the ceremony.

Busy schedule from September

With several events still postponed, the Grimaldi Forum will be busy from the beginning of September. On the programme visitors can expect to see the One to One Retail E-Commerce Monaco trade fair, as well as the 15th edition of Ever Monaco, a forum dedicated to sustainable mobility and renewable energies in the Principality. The exhibition “Caravaggio – The Power of Light”, originally scheduled for July 17th, has been postponed to a later date. Although cancelled, the exhibition catalogue “Monaco and the Automobile, from 1893 to present day” is available to order here.