On Saturday, April 21, 2012, His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco participated in a tennis match with well-known French journalist and friend of the sovereign prince, Mr. Patrick Poivre d’Arvor in Monaco. The match was “… a part of the Monte-Carlo ATP Masters Series Tournament” held at the Monte-Carlo Country Club.
Yesterday, the sovereign prince visited the Grimaldi Forum to view the exhibition show, Top Marques Monaco. Click here to learn more about the event (in French).
Also on Friday, Her Royal Highness Princess Caroline of Hanover visited the exhibition, Groupe Signe 1971-1974, L’Art de la Rue au Musée?, held at the Villa Paloma at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco. According to the official website for the musée this exhibition:
… was developed by a collective of group of artists, created and animated after 1968, by Claude Rosticher and Roland Marghieri painters and photographers Michel Cresp and Pierre Lequien, all originating in Monaco or the surrounding area.
The group is identified through its interventions in selected public places, based on themes such as advertising or the creation of more poetic universe. It is therefore the universe created between 1971 and 1974 that the public will be able to find in the showrooms of the Villa Paloma.
Groupe Signe 1971-1974, L’Art de la Rue au Musée? ends on June 17, 2012. For more information about this new exhibition please click here.
Sources: Palais Princier de Monaco, Grimaldi Forum and the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco
Photos courtesy of Daylife and the Palais Princier de Monaco