On August 4, 2011, H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco attended the exhibition, Art of Graffiti, at the Grimaldi Forum in Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
Per the website, Visit Monaco, the exhibition:
…presents a world première of a unique panorama of bright, colorful works, accessible to all, created by leading international artists.
“Pressionism,” the latest art movement of the twentieth century, was formerly ephemeral, but is now inscribed in the history of art.
At its first exhibition in Paris, more than 80,000 visitors in five weeks flocked to see the Gallizia collection! Its creator, Alain-Dominique Gallizia and Yves Saint-Geours, President of the Grand Palais, are pleased to have been able to reach such a wide, diverse audience.
This time, Alain-Dominique Gallizia is presenting 500 paintings in Monaco; eight collections, including one on the theme of love – a first for all these artists, who have risen to the challenge of working on the same theme for the first time.
This major summer exhibition celebrates the anniversary of the art of Graffiti, gives it an official name and inscribes it in the history of art.
Source: Visit Monaco