Yesterday, NOMAD St Moritz, the contemporary art and design event which revisited the classic idea of fairs and exhibitions with a new and innovative twist for travellers since 7 February, closed its doors. However, don’t be sad in case you missed it. We will now reveal all its secrets and masterpieces for you.
This showcased dedicated to collectible design reunites the best art galleries in the world in breathtaking architectural paradises to be visited by art collectors, interior designers, architects and art professionals. This year’s edition in St. Moritz returned to Chesa Planta, an impressive mansion in the Swiss Alps’ heart.
St. Moritz is one of the most cherished winter holiday destinations in the world. It was the host city for the winter Olympics twice and it was designated a Unesco world heritage site. Its name instantly evokes style, elegance, and class.
Chesa Planta was built in 1595. It is a remarkable aristocrat’s house. Magnificently carved wood-panelled rooms, beautifully painted dining rooms, and intricate ceramic stoves embraced this edition of Nomad St. Moritz.
Conceived by Giorgio Pace and Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte, NOMAD promotes an exceptional meeting between gallery’s masterpieces and the admirer’s personal involvement, creating an unusual experience.
The outstanding art galleries which collaborate with NOMAD are:
- Almine Rech Gallery ( Paris, London, New York, Brussels)
- Carwan Gallery (Beirut)
- David Gill Gallery (London)
- Erastudio (Milan)
- Etage Projects (Copenhagen)
- Galerie Andrea Caratsch (St. Moritz)
- Gallerie Format (Oslo)
- Functional Art Gallery (Berlin)
- Galleria Paola Colombari (Milan)
- Galleria Rossella Colombari (Milan)
- Gallery Fumi (London)
- Hunter Harrison (London)
- Giustini/Stagetti (Rome)
- Luisa Delle Piane (Milan)
- Maniera (Brussels)
- Massimo De Carlo (Milan, London and Hong Kong)
- M.F. Toninelli Art Moderne (Monaco)
- Nilufar (Milan)
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