Monaco, April 2016 – Awarded to the Gallery Lulu, Mexico, for the solo show of Victoria Roth

Partner of artgenève since 2014, F.P. Journe commits even more in the Art World by partnering with artmonte-carlo, the new salon of contemporary Art and design. Under the high patronage of his H.S.H. the Prince Albert II of Monaco, artmonte-carlo establishes a leading artistic platform on the Côte d’Azur, honoring the requirements of the collectors and art-lovers. The Principality of Monaco, because of its privileged situation and international prestige, was chosen as an ideal location to host such an event. This first edition took place at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco from April 29 to May 1st 2016, during which F.P. Journe was presenting its collection in the first ephemeral Boutique.

The Prix Solo artmonte-carlo -F.P. Journe rewards the best Art Space presented by one of the 7 participating galleries. It was awarded Friday April 29 to the Gallery Lulu of Mexico for the solo show of Victoria Roth.

This Award allows the acquisition by F.P. Journe of an artwork by the winning artist that is graciously donated to an artistic institution, this year, to the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco (NMNM).

The jury of the Prix Solo artmonte-carlo-F.P. Journe comprises three major figures of the European Art scene: Marie-Claude Beaud (director NMNM Monaco), Manuel Borja Villel (director Musée Reina Sofia Madrid) and Chiara Parisi (director of the Monnaie de Paris cultural program).

The first edition of artmonte-carlo was rich of 36 international exhibiting galleries and enhanced by the presence of Institutions such as the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco, the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation (Turin), the Yvon Lambert Collection (Avignon), the Ricard Foundation (Paris) or the Villa Arson (Nice).

Appointment is taken for the end of April for the 2017 edition.

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