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18:23

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Museum Jorge Rando reopens after six months with six new exhibition rooms

Antonio Javier López

At the top of the staircase, there is a handful of letters, the colour of steel, fixed to the white wall. They say: "After a long journey in my life as a painter, after producing hundreds of paintings, I am only interested in seeking the essence... n

18:17

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Ana Barriga brings light and colour to the end of the tunnel

Antonio Javier López

She worked in the place she was living. She did the first painting upstairs and the second downstairs. But she felt very uncomfortable. She couldn't understand what she was doing painting, when "people outside were dying". She thought hard about this

20:55

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Marbella aims to be the Golden Mile of modern art

Antonio Javier López

When she announced her news, the response was nearly always the same: a couple of slaps on the back, a forced smile and the words "good luck", a sort of commiseration in advance. Time has gone by and her idea, far from fading, produced an art gallery

15:58

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Harding: art in the form of a touchstone

Antonio Javier López

During an art residency in South Korea Robert Harding met a creator from Taiwan and they spent long hours discussing art and philosophy before gradually moving on to Taoism, an Eastern philosophy which stresses the need to live in harmony. THE EXHI

17:24

LifeStyle

Four things to consider before taking up a new sport

Henry FLYNN

Selecting a physical activity is one thing, but having the right conditions in place to practise it successfully is another. That's according to Antonio Cuesta-Vargas, a professor and lead researcher at the University of Malaga, who specialises in

16:37

Local

Latest vertical garden in Fuengirola opened on the Miramar bridge

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Fuengirola council has made further progress on its Fuengirola Verde Plan with the creation of a third vertical garden, located on the Miramar bridge. This was presented on Wednesday by the councillor for Urban Ecology, Antonio Carrasco, who

17:45

LifeStyle

Artistic immunity in the tiny village of Genalguacil

Antonio Javier López

We may be in the midst of a global pandemic, but the tiny village of Genalguacil in the Serranía de Ronda (population 400) was not going to let that stop it holding its Art Encounters, which take place in August every two years. There may have been

16:32

Local

Thwarted sale of a prized Sorolla reveals a plot to sell seized Malaya paintings

Héctor Barbotta

A painting by one of Spain's most sought-after artists and the fight between two of Juan Antonio Roca's former partners over the remains of the spoils from the Marbella planning corruption scandal have brought to light another plot: hiding from the ... light during the investigation into the corruption scandal. Its owners, Andrés Liétor and Carlos Sánchez, developed multiple businesses in Marbella in partnership with Juan Antonio Roca. Liétor and Sánchez were sentenced to four and a half years in ... Juan Antonio Roca".

15:14

LifeStyle

The scent of autumn infuses the streets of Malaga

CRISTINA PINTO

Sonia Núñez and her husband, Antonio Bermúdez, continued the tradition after her mother's retirement. They have a stall between the Alameda Principal and the start of the Tetuán bridge. The couple have been making improvements to their stall since ... regular customers," says Antonio Bermúdez. "Some have been coming to us for 30 years." The fluctuation in the temperatures this autumn haven't helped sales much either. In recent weeks thermometres have flickered anywhere between 20 and 30 degrees, which

16:21

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Automobile Museum reopens with a new exhibition

Antonio Javier López

In 1968, Yves Saint Laurent once again wrote his name in the history of fashion by presenting a spring-summer collection which had been inspired by the African continent. Garments such as the kaftan and Saharan jacket appeared on the catwalk for almo