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TIFANY AGOUNE (FR, 1988) comes from a family passionated about art, has always evolved around the rhythm of fairs, exhibitions, biennials in France and Internationally. She owes this enthusiasm to her father, Pierre Agoune, expert (member of the Union Française des Experts) and great art collector who was able to pass on his passion to her.

After a stint, as part of her studies, at the two world leaders in the art market, Sotheby’s and Christie’s, she naturally turned towards the development and enrichment of the family collection, specializing in contemporary paintings.

Now based in Monaco, she joined the young patrons of the New National Museum of Monaco and actively participates in the cultural and artistic life of the principality.
It is in this context that she would like to share her vision of art, and encourage, through her unique path and her collection, a neophyte public to get involved in art and why not learn about collecting.

STEFANIA ANGELINI (IT, 1986) Lives and works in Monaco, MC. Graduated in 2012 with a Master in History and Business of the Contemporary Market at the Warwick University, UK. Following her studies she trained alongside art collector Heiner Bastian (Berlin, DE). From 2011 to 2017 She founded and directed L’Atelier-KSR (Berlin, DE) an art space dedicated to experimental art forms. From 2011 to 2013, Stefania Angelini co-curated the project Kunst(shot) (Berlin, DE) with artist Clémence de La Tour du Pin, working intensively with uncommon spaces. Since 2016, Angelini is part of the board committee of the IAA International Artist Associtaion of Monaco, under the patronage of the U.N.E.S.C.O.

Her current research is turned towards new technologies and deep ecology, intending to grasp our contemporary condition by constantly questioning how to address the present future. Her curatorial interventions take inspiration from different areas of research - anthropological and philosophical, along with the continual influence of science. Her narratives draw attention to materials and environments, architectures and bodies, living and non-living entities; putting the emphasis on processes out of our control and the obscuring poetical mechanisms we are part of.

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