From March 10th to May 10th, 2023, Société des Bains de mer will host a variety of exhibitions, meetings, and activities focused on art and solidarity within the theme of the sea, starting with the first phase: “The Sea is Green.”
In line with this theme, artist Jean Boghossian’s exhibitions, highlighting his deep-rooted connection with the sea, will take center stage.
Jean Boghossian, a painter and sculptor, has long been inspired by the sea and its marine life. His work with fire and smoke on various materials has led to a commitment to the preservation of marine spaces. For Boghossian, the sea is not only a source of life but also a source of artistic creation.
The “The Sea is Green” exhibition is a manifestation of Boghossian’s love for the sea and his passion for art. Boghossian’s works will be showcased in locations in Monaco, such as Jardins des Boulingrins and Avenue de Monte-Carlo. Notably, the triangular-shaped and modified Atomium Plates from the 1958 World Fair, known as Les Régates, will be on display, along with their replicas.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to view Boghossian’s artwork inside the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo. The artist will display real and imaginary ceramic shells and waves, as well as his drawings on photo paper. In addition, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation will host an Ocean Week from March 20th to March 26th, which will include a visit to the artistic installation led by the artist himself.
Jean Boghossian’s artistic technique and commitment to marine conservation make his exhibitions a must-see event in Monaco’s art scene. Art enthusiasts and ocean lovers alike will be able to immerse themselves in his creative world and join in on the mission to preserve the sea.The Sea is Green - Monte-Carlo 2023 by Jean Boghossian