Following the success of the inaugural PAD Genève earlier this year, the launch of PAD Monaco is just around the corner to illuminate this spring with the best of furniture design and craftsmanship. We are really excited for 26 April when its doors will open to us in the Grimaldi Forum and we will be able to admire all the new masterpieces of art, crafts and design.
“Moon Chandelier” by Dominic Harris in Priveekollektie Contemporary Art. The Moon Chandelier is conceived as play between invisible light sources and the crescent of the moon in the sky at night. As one moves about the chandelier, at the times it appears to consist of nothing more than crystal clear balls which from within begin to reveal a never-ending beautiful array of crescent shapes generated by the LED compounds within. Photo: ©OLEDWorks
PAD has, without a single doubt, a leading throne in Europe’s fairs dedicated to collectible design, bringing us exclusive exquisite pieces in four different prestigious locations over the year. PAD Monaco is organized in close collaboration with contemporary art fair artmonte-carlo.
“Enfilade Turquoise et Labradorite” by Kam Tin. Credenza with three doors. Made of turquoise cabochon, labradorite, wood, brass. Photo: ©Maison Rapin
“Enfilade Turquoise et Labradorite” by Kam Tin. Low Cabinet. Photo: ©Maison Rapin
“Enfilade Turquoise et Labradorite” by Kam Tin. Coffee Table made of bronze, brass, turquoise. Photo: ©Maison Rapin
Bringing together eclecticism, authenticity and knowledge in a carefully curated scenery, PAD grants an unparalleled selection of the best international art galleries, reuniting in the same room contemporary, modern and historic design, modern and tribal art, antiquities and jewelry.
“Obsidian Stone Fossils” (2018) by Studio Nucleo. Made of epoxy resin, pigment and petrified wood. Photo: ©Ammann Gallery
PAD: “Pyrite Console” by Kam Tin. Console covered with natural square pyrite. Photo: ©Maison Rapin
PAD: “MT Rocker Solid” (2010) by Ron Arad. Chair made of polished stainless steel. Photo: ©Ammann Gallery
We can’t wait for this year’s edition and we hope to see you there! Stay with us to find out more about PAD Monaco 2019, contemporary design, art and craftsmanship.
PAD: “Impossible Tree” (2017) by Wolfs + Jung. Made of bronze. Photo: ©Ammann Gallery
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