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After a successful debut in Monaco in April 2017, NOMAD, the new travelling showcase for collectable design and contemporary art, is delighted to announce dates and destinations for 2018, as well as details of the participating galleries for its next event.

NOMAD will stage a new winter edition in St. Moritz from 8th to 11th February 2018, to be held at Chesa Planta, the spectacular 16th-century alpine mansion. NOMAD will then return to Monaco, to Karl Lagerfeld’s former residence, La Vigie, from 26th to 29th April 2018.

NOMAD St. Mortiz will present contemporary works alongside historic pieces from an edited selection of leading international galleries. New participants will include Demisch Danant (New York), Skarstedt (New York/London) and Almine Rech (Paris/Brussels/London/New York) and returning galleries from 2017 will include Nilufar (Milan), Gallery FUMI (London), Galerie BSL (Paris), Carwan Gallery (Beirut), David Gill Gallery (London) and Massimo de Carlo (Milan/London/Hong Kong).

Alongside gallery presentations, guests will be invited to a programme of talks with some of the biggest names in design, art and architecture, as well as events, pop-ups and outdoor winter activities.

Founded by Giorgio Pace and Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte, NOMAD presents a new way to discover art and design, through intimate events in extraordinary architectural locations around the world.

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Chesa Planta, location of NOMAD St. Moritz, 2018
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Chesa Planta, location of NOMAD St. Moritz, 2018
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The first edition of NOMAD Monaco, at La Vigie with work by Massimo de Carlo. image credit Giulia Piermatiri – Edoardo Delille (Studio Vedet)
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The first edition of NOMAD Monaco, at La Vigie with work by Massimo de Carlo. image credit Giulia Piermatiri – Edoardo Delille (Studio Vedet)
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The first edition of NOMAD Monaco, at La Vigie with work by Massimo de Carlo. image credit Giulia Piermatiri – Edoardo Delille (Studio Vedet)
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The first edition of NOMAD Monaco, at La Vigie with work by Massimo de Carlo. image credit Giulia Piermatiri – Edoardo Delille (Studio Vedet)
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