YellowKorner, the gallery of a new generation of collectors, celebrated recently the opening of its newest gallery at the prestigious Palais de la Scala, in Monte Carlo. This becomes the 70th YellowKorner gallery to open in Europe.
“We are proud and excited about opening this gallery,” said Mr. Leonidas Kambanis, Managing Director of YellowKorner Monte Carlo. “The customer in Monaco is very sophisticated and likely already aware of YellowKorner and its successful concept of making art photography accessible to all. At the heart of the market, the Palais de la Scala is the proper place for us, as it represents a perfect shopping destination not only for Monaco’s residents but also for visitors”.
Mr. One Teas (Street Artist, participant UPAW 2019) with Leonidas Kambanis (Director YellowKorner Monaco)
The new gallery represents an elegant modern exhibition venue while keeping up with the tradition of the brand. The YellowKorner architects designed the Monaco gallery as a unique area to experience art and the magic world of photography. It offers a wide panorama of traditional and contemporary photography.
(l-r) Laurent Dequick (YellowKorner Photographer), Leonidas Kambanis (Director YellowKorner Monaco), Panos Voyatzis (YellowKorner Monaco), Mr. One Teas
YellowKorner has become the leading publisher of accessible art photography. It offers art photography in limited editions for business and industrial areas, hotels, private residents, yachts, etc. YellowKorner Monte Carlo offers also the possibility of personalized prints for every client under the Zeinberg technique.
Benjamin Laurens with Konstantinos Tsouvelekakis (Brooks Brothers Monaco)
(l-r) Sophia Vaharis-Tsouvelekakis (President CHM), Rita Xenakis (Architect), Evelina Machas