The exhibition “Le Voyage en Gare” unveils photographs taken at Monaco station by Tony Daoulas, visible from September 28 to October 28, 2021.
Did you know that 7.5 million travelers pass through Monaco station each year (2019 figures)? Workers in a hurry, curious tourists, lovers of the Principality… All these very different profiles intersect and re-intersect within the second largest station in the Alpes-Maritimes department.
Monaco station celebrated its twentieth birthday in September 2020. However, the Principality’s railway dates back much longer: the inauguration took place in 1868 to be exact. Today, its modern architecture and thoughtful lighting on 13 underground levels often provoke the admiration of passing travelers.
An exhibition dedicated to Street photography
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Monaco train station, a photo exhibition is taking place in the building from September 28 to October 28, 2021, in partnership with the French Embassy. In the spotlight are the photographs of Tony Daoulas, who traveled the world to immortalize the rails from here and elsewhere.
Through his black and white photos, we discover the Monaco station, this so familiar place, in a whole new light. The habits of travelers, strollers or determined, are highlighted in the clean environment of the building. To see if you have the opportunity, during one of your train journeys …