Prestigious Point Art Monaco inaugurated by Prince Albert

Nineteen reputable art galleries reunited under one roof

The 4th edition of PAM – Point Art Monaco – Fine Art Fair was inaugurated yesterday under the High Patronage and in the presence of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco. The Prince was very elegant in his black tuxedo as he was the guest of honor at the closing of the TV Festival, but he was certainly not going to miss this exceptional art gathering. This highly regarded event, inscribed in the international art agenda, gathers 19 of the most prestigious Monegasque and International galleries,, in a superb setting purposely created for this occasion at the Sporting d’Hiver in the Casino Square, the core of the Principality. This multidimensional space allows for a variety of pieces to coexist while keeping each of them their particular area. In an effort to showcase internationally renowned Antique and Art Dealers of the world, exhibitors were carefully selected by an Official Committee. The Salon will be open to the public from Thursday, June 12 through Monday, June 16, and visitors will have the chance to appreciate a breathtaking selection of archeological pieces, period paintings, ancient and modern works of art, antiques, jewellery, and much more. This art extravaganza was created in 2004 but it wasn’t until 2011 when five important Monaco galleries decided to cooperate that it gained momentum and grew in prestige. They are: Adriano Ribolzi Art Gallery, Galerie Filippo Grippaldi, Maison d’Art, MC Fine Arts and M.F. Toninelli Art Modern; who share a passion for art and whose objective is to promote fine art in the Principality by aiming for excellence. Through their collaboration this impactful art fair has risen through the ranks of major international forums of top professionals and art collectors.

The two photos above credited to the Prince’s Palace Press Center. 

An impressive list of participating art galleries from around the world  

  • Adriano Ribolzi Gallery, Monte-Carlo
  • A. Pallesi Art Gallery, Monte-Carlo
  • Aktis Gallery, London
  • Beck & Eggeling, Dusseldorf
  • Cesare Lampronti Gallery, London
  • De Bartha Gallery, Geneva
  • Derek Johns Ltd., London
  • Galerie Grippaldi, Monte-Carlo
  • Galerie Montaigne, Monte-Carlo
  • Icons – Gallery Dritsoulas, Munich
  • Kunstberatung Zurich, Zurich
  • Maison d’Art, Monte-Carlo
  • MC Fine Arts, Monte-Carlo
  • M.E. Toninelli Art Moderne, Monte-Carlo
  • Moretti, Florence, London, New York
  • Phoenix Ancient Art, Geneva, New York
  • Robert Zehil Gallery, Monte-Carlo
  • Robilant + Voena, London, Milan
  • Societa de Belle Arti, Viareggio

A voyage through styles and periods  

Among the masterpieces features I will mention just a few, as it would be impossible to feature all of them, one more precious and unique than the other. Phoenix Ancient Art established in Geneva and New York is exposing unique archeological pieces. The Icons exhibited by Gallery Dritsoulas from Munich are fascinating. Wonderful canvases by Marc Chagall are proposed by Beck & Eggeling from Dusseldorf. Portraits of Mao, Mick Jagger by Andy Warhol are featured by Adriano Ribolzi Gallery, antique dealer established in Monte-Carlo for more than 40 years. Ribolzi said: “Warhol is a world phenomena. Today, is the best selling artist.” Robilant + Voena Gallery from London and Milan, exhibit The Portrait of Betty Wertheimer by Giovanni Boldini that is beautiful, ethereal and full of light. The magnificent painting entitled Rhythm by Tamara de Lempicka of Mexico was one of the interesting pieces presented by Kunstberagung from Zurich. And more…

Unique archeological pieces

Venerated Icons

Paintings by Marc Chagall

Works by Andy Warhol

And many more…

This is just to give you an idea of what is in stock, I invite you to discover the rest of the artworks by yourself by paying a visit to this incredible art fair! Salon Point Art Monaco will be open to the public free of charge from Thursday, June 12 to Monday, June 16, from 15:00 to 21:00, Sporting d’Hiver, Casino Square.


2 thoughts on “Prestigious Point Art Monaco inaugurated by Prince Albert

  1. Pingback: Monaco: My Artist with an injury trip to PAM 2014. (Monaco Fine Art Fair) | Sustain-Able 余 : ♥

  2. Reblogged this on Sustain-Able 余 : ♥ and commented:
    I enjoyed this formal version of PAM 2014 and really appreciate the details Celina put into the lists of names and participants. For my personal experience as an artist visiting PAM2014, see

    🙂 I saw it all from the point of view of an Artist taking a trip to visit my friend who was exhibiting in Monaco Fine Art Fair. I enjoyed the experience of seeing different aspects of activities around PAM 2014
    cheers Cecilia


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