The splendid 16th century alpine mansion Chesa Planta opens its doors today for the debut winter edition of Nomad St. Moritz, featuring collectible design and contemporary art from world’s top-notch artists, galleries, and architects.
The inaugural show brings together works from David Gill Gallery, Demisch Danant, Etage Projects, Galerie BSL, Gallery FUMI, Giustini/Stagetti Galleria O, Maniera, Marlborough Contemporary, Nilufar, Priveekollektie, and Sarah Myerscough Gallery, among others.
“After the success of NOMAD Monaco, we are thrilled to expand to NOMAD St Moritz and bring together a unique selection of galleries in the stupendous setting of the Chesa Planta mansion. NOMAD St. Moritz will feature the most significant contemporary art interior of Chesa Planta Temple Chandelier, Kacper Hamilton, Priveekollektie galleries, who for the first time will propose installations of collectable design with contemporary art. The first edition of NOMAD St. Moritz will be enhanced by an intimate VIP program and special projects, giving our circle of guests a truly unique experience in Engadin," said Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte and Giorgio Pace, NOMAD co-founders.
Nomad St. Moritz runs from February 8 to February 11, 2018, at Chesa Planta, Mulins 2, 7503 Samedan
For more information, visit: http://nomadstmoritz.com/