On Friday, September 23, 2016, Her Royal Highness Princess Caroline of Hanover attended the opening of the exhibition entitled, Danse, Danse, Danse, held inside the Villa Paloma at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco.
The exhibition, in collaboration with the Pavillon Bosio, Art & Scénographie, École Supérieure d’Arts Plastiques de la Ville de Monaco and Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo in the frame of the Monaco Dance Forum, takes place in:
“…three phases concentrating on choreography and its displacements, its collaborations and its extensions. The exhibition is inhabited by dance and its images, the body and its different rhythms, from rehearsal to public presentation. A workshop involves research of the living within the museum space, associating works, dancers and artist-stage designers. A symposium initiates the debate on the inhabited exhibitions and the spaces open to the multiple territories of art.”
On Friday, September 23, 2016, His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco accompanied by his niece, Miss Pauline Ducruet, arrived at the Cartier Mansion on Fifth Avenue in New York City to attend the inauguration of the new Princess Grace Salon.
According to the Hollywood Reporter the oval-shaped salon “…features several portraits of the former Grace Kelly in her Cartier diamonds — a ruby and diamond set seen in one photo is meant to conjure thoughts of Monaco’s red and white flag — while the principality’s coat of arms also adorns each wall of the salon, the first time Monaco has approved its use in a boutique.”
Photos courtesy of the Palais Princier
On Monday, September 26, 2016, Her Majesty Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attended the FMO Future of Finance Conference held at the TheaterHangaar in Katwijk.
According to RVD, the purpose of the three-day conference is for attendees to “…gain new insights and exchange knowledge and experiences in the field of inclusive finance in developing countries. More than 350 national and international bankers from more than 60 countries [will participate in] plenary sessions, roundtable discussions and workshops.”
During today’s event Her Majesty Queen Maxima received the book, Banking for a Better World, from the CEO of FMO, Mr. Nanno Kleiterp.
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Photo courtesy of RVD/HKH