Monaco goes Nomad again

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For its second edition, “NOMAD Monaco” brought together leading collectable design and contemporary art galleries in the Villa La Vigie – previously owned by Karl Lagerfeld. The historic mansion was transformed this past April 26-29th with rare furniture pieces, a lounge conceived by Vincent Darré together with 18 Davies Street Gallery and works by French designer Mathieu Lehanneur showcased at Musée Océanographique.

 

 

Giorgio Pace and Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte, Founders of NOMAD, rejoiced at the positive outcome of the event, during which “a majority of the gallerists sold all of their pieces on show and secured further commissions of limited-edition pieces.” The participating galleries were Almine Rech Gallery, Brussels, London, New York,  Paris | Apalazzo Gallery, Brescia | Carwan Gallery, Beirut | David Gill Gallery, London | Etage Projects, Copenhagen | Friedman Benda, New York| Gallery FUMI, London & Louise Alexander Gallery, Porto Cervo | Galleria Luisa Delle Piane, Milan|Gian Enzo Sperone, New York, Sent & Brun Fine Art, London | Giustini/Stagetti, Rome | Maniera, Brussels & A1043, Paris | Massimo De Carlo, Hong Kong, London, Milan | Nilufar, Milan | Sarah Myerscough Gallery, London

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