繼去年夏季故宮博物院精美文物在摩納哥展出後,格里馬爾迪會議中心準備將《摩納哥的親王與王妃,一個歐洲王朝(十三世紀至二十一世紀)》展覽帶到中國。

此次的全新展覽將於2018年9月7日至11月11日在久負盛名的故宮博物院中心的午門展廳及其相連展廳舉辦,總展覽面積達1400平米。此次展覽將帶參觀者一覽歐洲最古老的王朝格里馬爾迪家族700多年的歷史,這個王朝自1297年建於礁石上,它的盛名早已跨越了國界。此次展覽與親王宮合作設計,並有眾多摩納哥機構參與,正如總策展人、摩納哥親王宮圖書館和檔案館館長、歷史學博士托馬斯·福龍 (Thomas Fouilleron)先生所設想,展覽將完全按照編年體,圍繞幾大主題娓娓講述這個小公國的歷史。此次展覽還受益於電視廣播媒體人、記者和作家斯特凡·伯爾尼(Stéphane Bern)先生的藝術指導,斯特凡·伯爾尼先生熱衷於歐洲各大王室的歷史,諳熟摩納哥親王家族。

Princes and Princesses of Monaco

主展廳將展示格里馬爾迪王朝的初創直至其君主制的確立,格里馬爾迪王朝通​​過微妙的聯盟,在十三世紀至十七世紀歐洲歷史的風雲變幻中脫穎而出。展覽還將通過重現摩納哥的宮廷禮儀及其藝術品收藏,展示十七世紀至十八世紀摩納哥王朝的輝煌時刻。展品中的絲絨儀仗華蓋,繡有家族徽章,被修復完好,它見證了十八世紀至十九世紀眾多摩納哥君王的登基和婚禮,是這段歷史時期的標誌物之一。按照王宮原樣佈置的展覽空間,特別是作為摩納哥親王像徵標誌的御座廳,首次在國外展示 ! -使參觀者可以更好地了解帶領摩納哥進入美好時代的親王們,特別是查理三世親王,他創建了蒙特卡洛這座嶄新的城市,使博彩業和旅遊業飛速發展;還有阿爾貝一世親王,他對海洋和科學的熱愛一直被阿爾貝二世親王延續至今。

Claude Monet

第二展廳被佈置成為華麗的婚禮大廳,從嘉麗斯王妃(Princess Grace)到夏琳王妃(Princess Charlène),魅力與傳統相結合,這些婚禮使摩納哥公國成為神話。蘭尼埃三世親王(Prince Rainier III)和嘉麗斯姬利(Grace Kelly)這對世人皆知的佳偶將為參觀者開啟這一部分的展覽,展覽內容從他們在摩納哥公國的生活見證到成為摩納哥王妃的好萊塢女演員的個人物品:克里斯汀·迪奧(Christian Dior)、香奈兒(Chanel)、伊夫·聖羅蘭(Yves Saint-Laurent)品牌的裙裝和套裝,成就了嘉麗斯姬利的風格;還有一個高檔珠寶陳列室,展出由梵克雅寶(Van Cleef & Arpels)和卡地亞(Cartier)出品的四十餘件貴重珠寶(環形王冠、胸針、項鍊、手鐲、半圓形王冠)。展覽的最後一個部分是阿爾貝二世親王殿下的私人藏畫,見證了格里馬爾迪家族自十七世紀以來對藝術,特別是繪畫一如既往的推崇,在這部分展覽中我們將有幸看到莫奈(Monet)、雷諾瓦(Renoir)、塞尚(Cézanne)、杜飛(Dufy)、貝洛托(Bellotto)、普桑(Poussin)等大家的作品,這些作為也是首次在王宮外展出。

對文化根源和傳統具有濃厚興趣的中國公眾將會通過摩納哥千年歷史的回顧得到滿足。

展覽日期: 2018年9月7日至11月11日
展覽地點: 北京故宮博物院中心的午門展廳及其相連展廳

Tapisserie Armoiree

The second step expected by the cultural exchange between the Grimaldi Forum Monaco and the Forbidden City of Beijing looks as spectacular as the first one … If this summer, the Monaco Cultural and Congress Center welcomed the treasures of the Museum of the imperial Palace and received successfully 47 000 visitors in two months, it gets ready this time to export to China " Princes and Princesses of Monaco, a European Dynasty (13th – 21st Century)”.

This new exhibition will take place in the prestigious Meridian Hall in the heart of the Forbidden City, from September to December 2018. It will suggest an overflying of more than 700 years of history of one of the oldest European dynasties, the Grimaldis, established on a Rock in 1297, of which the reputation crossed all borders ever since. Designed in association with the Prince’s Palace and with the cooperation of numerous Monaco’s institutions, this exhibition will present six sections, as imagined by the Curator, Thomas Fouilleron, Doctor in History, Director of The Archives and the Library of the Prince’s Palace of Monaco: the religious ceremonial spaces from the church to the cathedral, a dynasty of Italian origin (13th-­‐ 17th century), the big “French" centuries (17th -­ 19th century), the invention of Monte Carlo (19th -­ 20th century), the mythical marriages (20th -­ 21th century), and finally the civil ceremonial spaces, from the throne room to the main courtyard of the Palace.

Over 800 m2, the visitors will discover with interest and curiosity the great moments of history from the Grimaldis inseparable to the one of the Principality.

Originally a fortress on the western border of the Italian republic of Genoa, Monaco became the fief of the Grimaldis, one of the city’s patrician families, between the late 13th and mid-­‐14th centuries. The Franciscan monks supporting the shield on the family coat of arms commemorate the initial taking of the city by the Grimaldis in 1297.

After a long process of establishment of sovereignty, European recognition of Monaco’s independence came in the early 16th century. Its rulers then set about shaping a royal court, transforming the fortress into a Renaissance palace.

The aim of the exhibition is to recreate the evolution of Monaco’s religious and secular ceremonial spaces since the 17th century. These two sides of the coin structure a chronological presentation of the dynasty’s major figures and the high points of the Principality’s history.

When Honoré II formally assumed the title of prince in 1612, Europe’s monarchical rituals for dynastic births, marriages and funerals were adopted on a scale appropriate to this small state. Marriages were at first arranged with the Italian aristocracy and then, in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, with the French nobility. Monaco went on to exchange the protection of the Spanish Habsburgs for that of France.

Louis I of Monaco (r. 1662–1701), godson of Louis XIV of France, was appointed French ambassador to Rome, and was granted the rank of Foreign Prince at the Court of France when his son married Marie of Lorraine in 1688. In 1715 the marriage of Princess Louise-­‐Hippolyte and Jacques de Matignon put the dynasty on a permanent footing, and the Hôtel de Matignon, now the home of France’s prime ministers, became the main Paris residence of the princes of Monaco.

In 1793, the French Revolution led to the loss of Monaco’s independence. The situation was reversed in 1814, but the Principality went through a long and difficult period culminating in 1848, -­‐ Europe’s “Year of Revolution" – in the loss of 90% of its territory and 80% of its population. Subsequent economic adjustments led to the development of aristocratic seaside tourism revolving around the gaming tables. In 1866 a new city, Monte Carlo, was created, named after Prince Charles III. Later the Belle Epoque gave rise to a glittering artistic and social scene that made Monaco a European centre of attraction. A man of progress, Prince Albert I (r. 1889–1922) was a pioneer of modern oceanography, and his son, Louis II, gained a reputation for bravery in the First World War.

Louis II was succeeded in 1949 by Rainier III, who married the world-­‐famous actress Grace Kelly in 1956. In 2011 their son, Albert II, married Charlène Wittstock in a ceremony that combined fidelity to tradition with a sense of revival.

關於摩納哥格里馬爾迪會議中心

摩納哥格里馬爾迪會議中心與包括博物館、基金會、畫廊在內的全球最具規模的文化 機構開展合作。這些文化機構對摩納哥格里馬爾迪會議中心表示了極高的賞識,並向 摩納哥格里馬爾迪會議中心出借重要的藝術作品。

摩納哥格里馬爾迪會議中心一項最大的優勢是:它不僅擁有活動策劃的文化底蘊,而 且還擁有一個年輕、充滿活力和創造力的專業團隊。摩納哥格里馬爾迪會議中心的專 業團隊能夠充分領悟每一個展覽主題的特性,在確保真正的科技技術價值以及嚴謹的展覽佈置質量的基礎上,提供量身定制的方案。自 2007 年舉辦《嘉麗斯·姬利》巡迴展以來,摩納哥格里馬爾迪會議中心的文化活動策劃部現已成為摩納哥公國對外的文 化櫥窗。 2015 年,在與日本放送協會文化促進會社的聯合組織下,2008 年摩納哥格里馬爾迪會議中心舉辦的《埃及王后》展分別在東京國家博物館和大阪國家博物館展出。摩納哥格里馬爾迪會議中心正在考慮策劃其他巡迴展活動,並進一步開發考察適合展示摩納哥格里馬爾迪會議中心文化作品的機構場所。

此外,作為摩納哥格里馬爾迪會議中心的一項特色,摩納哥格里馬爾迪會議中心同時肩負著會議和博覽中心的雙重職能,這裡每年接待一百多場專業活動(專題會議、博覽會、論壇等)。

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