Laure Fissore Exhibits Russian Impressions Artwork


Monegasque young painter Laure Fissore is exhibiting at the Monaco Fine Arts Gallery in Palais de la Scala, in the heart of Monte-Carlo. Founded in 1976 by British curator and formula one driver Michael McKee, the gallery has reopened this year under the ownership of Evelina Giannouilidi, who presents it as a specialized modern art gallery with a strong focus on conceptual art.

Evelina (on the left in the photo) was impressed by Laure’s work (to the right in the photo) and proposed her to organize and exhibition of her artwork inspired by her stay in Russia. The artist’s particular painting method is water colour on thin rice paper that she adopted during her studies in China, that make her pieces almost transparent and luminous, with a special aura around them.