Rolón X Maison d’Art
Previously known as Dzine, Carlos Rolón attended Columbia College Chicago with a concentration on painting and drawing. His work is inspired and based on indigenous flora and vegetation that grow in the Caribbean and throughout the Gulf of Mexico, the Puerto Rican origins are usually shown through the vibrant colors of the flowers arrangements on a gold background.
During the month of June 2020 Maison d’Art, together with the non-profit organization AMA (Argentina-Monaco), will organize a charity exposition and auction to raise funds in order to provide materials and educational support to the Argentinian needing communities. To achieve this objective, Maison d’Art and AMA will collaborate together with a group of contemporary artists coming from Argentina, Spain and Monaco.
Andy Warhol and his evolution”
Tomokazu Matsuyama X Maison d’Art
With its summer exhibition, Maison d’Art keeps challenging the mind of its collectors, bringing them overseas to analyse the work of Matsuyama. Tomokazu Matsuyama was born in Takayama, Japan, and he now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. His work gathers and mixes together tradition and innovation, indulging the influence of both countries.
“Valdés, Armesto X Maison d’Art”, The contemporaneity is found in their process of adapting materials into nowadays word.
The Space Within
After Canada, the exhibition of sculpted figures by Blake Ward came to Monte-Carlo.
DALI’30 (1989 – 2019)
Exhibition dedicated to the brilliant Salvador Dalí and aims to celebrate the anniversary of the 30 years from the loss of this intense and luminous mind. The exhibition of sculptures and graphics of Salvador DALI, organized in collaboration with the renowned Dalí Universe.
Masterpiece London Art Fair
The Bull Ring Gate Entrance
South Grounds – The Royal Hospital Chelsea
Chelsea Embankment – London SW3 4LW
MANOLO VALDÉS, DAVID RODRÍGUEZ CABALLERO and PABLO ARMESTO
How everyday materials (optical fiber, LEDs, bronze, brass and vinyl) become Art… exhibition of contemporary artworks curated by Eva Menzio.
Celebration of Spanish Contemporary Sculptors
Exhibition of sculptures by Manolo Valdes and Jaume Plensa.
Flower Still Lifes: Confrontation between past and present.
Confrontation between old master and contemporary still lifes, paintings by GIUSEPPE VOLÒ called GIUSEPPE VINCENZINO (Milan, 1662 – Milan, ca.1700), GIOVANNI STANCHI called STANCHI DEI FIORI (documented in Rome from 1654 to 1672) and CARLOS ROLON (b. 1970, Chicago, USA).