About the Museum
Split between two villas, the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco aims to preserve the city’s cultural heritage as well as develop its contemporary art scene. The Villa Sauber site is largely themed around art and performance and has previously hosted exhibitions and installations by Yinka Shonibare and Leon Bakst, among others. The belle Époque villa is named after the British painter Robert Hermann Sauber, who bought it in 1904.
(Photo courtesy of the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco)