The uncompromising photographic work of Nan Goldin is the subject of several exhibitions across the region, and Clément Cogitore’s adaptation of Rameau’s opera Les Indes Galantes, featuring Krump dancers, was a resounding success when it was presented at the Musée Chagall in Nice. Both artists, representing two generations, have entered the collections of the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco. This winter Villa Paloma presents a selection of works acquired between 2010 and 2021, produced by 18 artists representing 10 nationalities. It’s a chance to see work by Duchamp prize winners including Latifa Echakhch and Sylvie Blocher, creators supported by Lafayette Anticipations such as American videographer Arthur Jafa and Kosovan visual artist Petrit Halilaj, as well as local artists including Brice Dellsperger from Cannes. The works, inspired by the notion of trembling, explore the human condition, colonialism, consumerism and the poetic fantasy of Laure Prouvost.

From 25 November to 25 May
Nouveau Musée National de Monaco 
Villa Paloma