What´s On Guide Costa Del Sol August - Part 2

Posted: Aug 06, 2017 | Tags: events, What´s on, malaga, summer


Exhibition: “Palau mira a Picasso” (Picasso through the eyes of Palau)


21st Jun – 8th Oct - Plaza de la Merced, 15, Museo Casa Natal de Piccaso, Málaga, 29012

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Josep Palau i Fabre, is widely regarded as an author with the most extensive knowledge of the life and work of Pablo Picasso. His studies include unseen photographs, and extensive documentation, usually conserved in the Foundation Palau, in Calded d´Estrac (Barcelona) This exhibition gives people a deep insight into Málaga´s most famous son, and the world´s most famous artist.

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Antequera Luz de Luna (Light of the Moon)


21st Jun – 8th Oct - Plaza de la Merced, 15, Museo Casa Natal de Piccaso, Málaga, 29012

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This popular event returns for another year, embracing 30 nocturnal activities, that celebrate the famous History, Architecture, Art, Nature, and Gastronomy of this municipality. Lovers of art and gastronomy will love the sensory dinner at the Royal Collegiate of Santa Maria la Mayor. You can also enjoy guided treks through special areas such as El Torcal de Antequera.

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Flamenco show “El Patio de Estepona” (The Estepona Courtyard)


15th Jun -28th Dec - C/ Juan Benitez, 143, Estepona, 2968

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Every Thursday at 9pm, the Felipe VI Auditorium in Estepona is hosting a special show with varied Flamenco artists, who are passionate about their craft. A fantastic opportunity to learn what grass roots Flamenco is really about, in its most traditional form.

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Matta Entre Mundos (Matta Between Worlds)

3rd Jun -26th May 2018 - MUSEO RALLI, Urb. Coral Beach, Ctra. Cádiz N.340, Km.176, Marbella, 29602
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In the fantastic setting of The Ralli Museum, Marbella celebrates the work of Chilean Roberto Matta – a hugely influential contemporary artist, part of the surrealist movement of Paris in 1938.

Learn about this great artist´s skills as an engraver with works such as “Hom'mère”, “Carné Amont”, “L'Arc Obscur des Heures”, “La Araucana” and “Verbo América”. In total, there are 31 pieces, each accompanied by an oil painting from the artist, showing the thought process of his work.

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Starck Dibujos secretos. 4.000 croquis desvelados

10th May – 17th Sep - Centre Pompidou Málaga, Pasaje Doctor Carrillo Casaux, s/n Muelle Uno, Puerto de Málaga, Muelle Uno, Málaga, 29001

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Pompidou centre hosts starck´s hidden drawings. In his life time, Starck has designed more than 10,000 pieces, that have been created to be at the service of their users.

His artform builds bridges between the contemporary worlds, and reclaiming environmental areas once thought lost. We are immersed in his creative process using drawings, sketches, and investigations. We also see some of his most famous design objects, from the iconic to the mundane.

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Bacon, Freud and the London School

26th Abril – 17th Sep - Museo Picasso Málaga, Palacio de Buenavista C/ San Agustín, 8, Málaga, 29015

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Celebrating the human form, this exhibition featuring “Bacon, Freud and the London School” should not be missed.

Works were painted between the second world war and the end of the twentieth century, mainly in London. We see the fragility of human beings exposed, and new approaches that try to translate the meaning of life into art. This exhibition has been organised by the Tate modern, and the Picasso Museum in Málaga.

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The appearance of reality. Fifty years of realist art in Spain

6th Apr – 10th Sep - Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga, C/ Compañía, 10, Málaga, 29008

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This exhibition creates a game of simulations, appearances and realities, a crossroads between contemporary Spanish realism and the tradition of baroque naturalism.

This dialogue is created by artists from three generations, those born in the 1930s (Amalia Avia, Julio, Francisco López Hernández, María Moreno, Antonio López, Claudio Bravo, Isabel Quintallina), the 1940s (Cristóbal Toral, Eduardo Naranjo) and the 1950s (Gerardo Pita, Manuel Franquelo and César Galicia). Fifty selected works that reflect still lives, figures, interiors and views, showing connections to the outstanding masters of the Realism of the past.

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Exhibition What a circus!

15th Mar – 15th Sep - Centre Pompidou Málaga, Pasaje Doctor Carrillo Casaux, s/n Muelle Uno, Puerto de Málaga, Muelle Uno, Málaga, 29901

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The Pompiedou Centre, Málaga, hosts an exhibition / workshop which encourages children to understand different concepts such as balance, movement, and the manipulation of coloured objects. The various devices used will reveal Calder’s universe and the keys necessary to understand his work.

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5th Málaga Flamenco Biennial

3rd Mar – 9th Sep - Málaga, Málaga, 29012

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More than 300 artists celebrate the Andalucian tradition of Flamenco. Artists come from all 3 disciplines: singing, dancing, and guitar playing. A unique opportunity to enjoy this art which has been declared of Intangible Cultural Heritage. La Lupi, Miguel Poveda, Antonio de Canillas, Farruquito, Úrsula Moreno, Argentina, Antonio El Pipa con Manuel Carrasco, Rancapino Hijo are some of the artists participating in this extravaganza that runs through more than 30 of Málaga’s municipalities. The final gala will take place on 9 September with an in-house production “Mairena Sinfónico”, sung by Jesús Méndez and José Valencia with music from the Orquesta Sinfónica Provincial (the Málaga Symphony Orchestra). The dancer will be Farruquito.

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Exposición ‘La Dinastía Románov’

22nd Feb – 4th Feb 2018 - Colección del Museo Ruso en Málaga, Avenida Sor Teresa Prat, nº 15, Málaga

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The Collection of the Russian Museum in Málaga takes you into the era of the Russian empire through art, thanks to the year-long exhibition “The Romanov Dynasty”. The exhibition brings together works by artists who excelled between the seventeenth and twentieth centuries, coinciding with the successive reigns of the Romanov dynasty, until the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II with the outbreak of the Russian Revolution in 1917. There are nearly 250 works in this exhibition, which you can visit from 22 February 2017 to 4 February 2018. Paintings, sculptures, icons and other artistic pieces from the era will transport you to the time of the Tsars.

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