List of public art in Monaco

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This is a partial list of public art in Monaco. The list includes statues, memorials, monuments, and contemporary works of visual art on public display.

By ward

Fontvieille

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Material Dimensions Designation Notes
Monaco Roseraie Princesse Grace.jpg Statue of Princess Grace Princess Grace Rose Garden, Fontvieille

43°43′37.98″N 7°25′9.43″E / 43.7272167°N 7.4192861°E / 43.7272167; 7.4192861
Kees Verkade Bronze
"Le Poing" ("The Fist") Fontvieille Park, Fontvieille César Bronze [1]
"Cavalleria Eroica" Fontvieille Park, Fontvieille 1987 Arman [1]

Larvotto

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Material Dimensions Designation Notes
Monaco auditorium.JPG "Hexa Grace" (The Sky, The Sea, The Land) Roof terrace of the Auditorium Rainier III, Grimaldi Forum, Larvotto

43°44′17″N 7°25′46″E / 43.73806°N 7.42944°E / 43.73806; 7.42944
1979 Victor Vasarely Enamelled pumice stone [2]

La Condamine

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Material Dimensions Designation Notes
Ulysses in Monaco Harbour.jpg Ulysses Port Hercules, La Condamine Anna Chromy
Statue of Juan Manuel Fangio Quai Antoine 1er, La Condamine

43°43′57.04″N 7°25′21.2″E / 43.7325111°N 7.422556°E / 43.7325111; 7.422556
2003 Joaquim Ros Sabaté Bronze Unveiled by Professor Jurgen Hubbert on 23 May 2003.[3]
Statue of William Grover-Williams La Condamine 1991 François Chevallier Bronze Unveiled by Prince Rainier III in 1991.[4]

Monaco-Ville

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Material Dimensions Designation Notes
Prince Albert I statue.JPG Statue of Prince Albert I St Martin Gardens, Monaco-Ville

43°43′47.32″N 7°25′26.3″E / 43.7298111°N 7.423972°E / 43.7298111; 7.423972
Francois Cogne Bronze
Francois Grimaldi "Malizia", Monaco - panoramio.jpg Statue of François Grimaldi ("Malice") Prince's Palace of Monaco, Monaco-Ville

43°43′52.54″N 7°25′14.68″E / 43.7312611°N 7.4207444°E / 43.7312611; 7.4207444
1997 Kees Verkade Bronze
Statue of Prince Rainier III Rampe-Major, Monaco-Ville 2013 Kees Verkade Bronze Unveiled by Prince Albert II, Princess Charlene, Princess Caroline, and Princess Stephanie on 18 November, 2013.[5]
Monaco, sculpture named Melodie by Arman 1984.jpg "Melodie" St Martin Gardens 1984 Arman

Monte-Carlo

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Material Dimensions Designation Notes
Statue Berlioz Monaco.jpg Monument to Hector Berlioz Avenue de Monte-Carlo, Monte-Carlo

43°44′18.49″N 7°25′41.43″E / 43.7384694°N 7.4281750°E / 43.7384694; 7.4281750
1903 Léopold Bernhard Bernstamm Marble Inscribed "On 18 February 1893 the immortal work of Berlioz La Damnation de Faust received its first performance at the Théâtre de Monte Carlo under the auspices of His Royal Highness Prince Albert I of Monaco" [6]
Monaco14.JPG Monument to Jules Massenet Avenue de Monte-Carlo, Monte-Carlo

43°44′19.15″N 7°25′40.77″E / 43.7386528°N 7.4279917°E / 43.7386528; 7.4279917
1914 Léopold Bernhard Bernstamm Marble The monument lends its name to the Massenet corner on the Circuit de Monaco.[7]
Casino Monte Carlo Monaco.jpg Sky Mirror Casino Place, Monte-Carlo

43°44′21.81″N 7°25′38.8″E / 43.7393917°N 7.427444°E / 43.7393917; 7.427444
1999 Anish Kapoor

References

  1. ^ a b Dana Facaros; Michael Pauls (1 July 2007). South of France. New Holland Publishers. pp. 124–. ISBN 978-1-86011-358-1. Retrieved 26 May 2013. 
  2. ^ Bernhard Abend; Peter M. Nahm; Fritz Nohr (1995). Baedeker Provence/Cote D'Azur. Automobile Association. ISBN 978-0-7495-1139-5. 
  3. ^ "Fangio Statue Unveiled in Monaco". Autosport. 23 May 2003. Retrieved 11 April 2016. 
  4. ^ Kate Walker. "Blast from the Past, William Grover-Williams". The Bugatti Revue. Retrieved 11 April 2016. 
  5. ^ "La famille princière de Monaco dévoile une statue du prince Rainier III". Nice Matin. 18 November 2013. Retrieved 11 April 2016. 
  6. ^ "Berlioz and Monaco". The Hector Berlioz Website. Retrieved 9 April 2016. 
  7. ^ Demar Irvine (January 1994). Massenet: A Chronicle of His Life and Times. Amadeus Press. ISBN 978-0-931340-63-5. 
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