What's on guide

Discover our guide to the best events on the French Riviera this week or weekend. Do not miss any major events such as the Cannes film Festival, Nice and Menton Carnival, Monaco Grand Prix or the Monaco and Cannes Yacht Shows.

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5th Biennale des Arts de Nice

24 June to 31 December 2022

The 5th Biennale des Arts is taking place in Nice right through to the end of this year and it's on the theme of flowers.There are 11 exhibitions open to the public and each of the municipal museums has approached this theme in the context of its own work. For example the Musée Matisse has an exhibition called Matisse-Hockney, Un Paradis Retrouvé, on until the 18 September. The Musée de la Photographie Charles Nègre is featuring Nick Knight - Roses from my Garden until 25 September. The full calendar of exhibitions is on the website https://www.nice.fr/fr/culture

Exhibition About Prince Albert I Pioneer of Sound and Image

11 August to 31 December 2022

There’s an interesting exhibition in Monaco about Prince Albert I’s role as a pioneer of sound and image. It’s organised by the Audiovisual Institute of Monaco with loans from the Palace Archives, the Oceanographic Institute, and the Phono Museum in Paris. It tells the story of the early development of photography and sound technology at the very end of the 19th century. There’s plenty of time to see the exhibition, it’s on until the end of this year from Monday to Friday, 10 am to 5.30 pm (5 pm on Fridays), at the Institut Audiovisuel de Monaco, which you can find at 83-85 Bd du Jardin Exotique. Their website is https://www.toutlartducinema.mc

Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology Exhibition

04 October to 31 December 2022

The Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology in Monaco has an exhibition called "From one world to another, from the visible to the invisible". You can discover new and original collections preserved by the museum, sometimes for more than a hundred years. There’s plenty of time to see the exhibition, it’s on until the end of the year. The Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology was founded by Prince Albert I in 1902 “with a view to conserve the relics of primitive humanity excavated in the Principality and neighboring regions ”. For more details in English see the museum's website www.map-mc.org

Exhibition of Photographs of the Arctic and Antarctic

29 October to 15 January 2023