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Internationally renowned Monegasque sculptor Giuseppe-Francesco Bosio, better known as François-Joseph Bosio, was born in Monaco 250 years ago, on 19 March 1768.Fascinated by sculpture from an early age, he drew the attention of Prince Honoré III who recommended him to Parisian sculptor Augustin Pajou, with whom he...Read more
The 9th International Monaco and the Mediterranean Meeting (RIMM) has just opened at the Oceanographic Museum. The opening was attended by H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince, Minister of the Interior Patrice Cellario, and numerous other personalities. The symposium was established by President and Director Elisabeth Bréaud...Read more
On Sunday 18 March at 8.58 p.m., as part of its programme "D’Art d’Art," France 2 will broadcast an item on the famous equestrian statue of Louis XIV in the Place des Victoires in Paris, a work by the Monegasque sculptor François-Joseph Bosio, for which he was given the title of "First Sculptor to the...Read more
Once again this year, the Department of Cultural Affairs has brought together the Monegasque National Commission for UNESCO and the Théâtre Princesse Grace to celebrate World Theatre Day in Monaco.Five of the Principality’s theatre companies have accepted the invitation and will come together at 8 pm on Tuesday 27 M...Read more
The Théâtre Princesse Grace hosted a screening of Monaco et la Guerre (Monaco and the War) yesterday evening, in the presence of H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince. The documentary was directed by journalist and writer Frédéric Laurent, and co-produced by the Prince’s Government Communication Department, the copyright coll...Read more