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15:42

Local

Antonio, the organ driver

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

He was more used to picking up passengers, but then he took a decision which changed not only his life but also that of others. Twenty-five years ago, Antonio de los Ríos applied to be permitted to transport organs for transplants, in response to a ... there could be a death which, in a paradox which is beautiful but cruel, could keep someone else alive. Antonio normally likes to keep a low profile, being only too aware of the importance of what he carries in the back of his car, but "I'm telling my ... Antonio has driven livers, kidneys, pancreases, hearts, bones "and even eyes", preserved in a refrigerated box, ready for a home in a new body. Sometimes he is accompanied by medical professionals who have removed the organ or will be transplanting it.

16:38

Travel

A Portugal road trip insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...pull over just after crossing the border from Andalucía, where you will find self-service kiosks for credit card billing. Vila Real de Santo António.SUR ALGARVE: Vila Real de Santo António Grand House Algarve Start your road trip in style at ... this sophisticated five-star belle époque hotel, in Santo António, a ‘Royal’ frontier town, where the Guadiana flows into the Atlantic. The classic interiors, with creative contemporary twists, play on the property’s Grand Dame style. As a Relais & ... de Castro Marim Nature Reserve, adjacent to Vila Real de Santo António, is a landscape of marshes not only rich in wildlife but salt too. ‘Salmarim’ is one of the few remaining family-owned artisan companies that still harvest salt naturally (relying on

16:39

Travel

Getting to know the neighbours

ANDREW FORBES

...the promise of new escapades. A Portugal road trip insider guide Once you cross the border from Andalucía, pause for a night or two at the belle époque Grand House Algarve Hotel in the town of Vila Real de Santo António. In the past I'd ... continue along the A22 motorway and not stop until I reached Tavira. But I was missing this interesting former frontier town that faces out over the broad Guadiana river. Santo António shares the same 18th-century Pombaline architectural style of the ... Algarve Since Vila Real de Santo António was the first town Spaniards from Andalucía would reach after taking the ferry, it was designed to appear impressive. The main street looking out across the river to Ayemonte is a row of elegant houses with

15:31

What to do

Marilyn Manson's Malaga show

Antonio Javier López

"Time flies when you're having fun". Photographer Ralph John Perou - or somebody who says he is him, because he appears in a face mask, dark glasses and a hat - shares with us his two decades of experiences working with Marilyn Manson in a video. He

13:51

What to do

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

What to do

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

What to do

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

What to do

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

17:45

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

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

16:21

What to do

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

16:14

LifeStyle

Antonio Banderas to host 2021 Goya awards gala at his own Malaga theatre

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Local actor Antonio Banderas is to stage the 2021 Goya awards ceremony (Spain's equivalent of the Oscars) in his own Soho Caixabank theatre in Malaga next February. The gala will be hosted by Banderas himself along with presenter and journalist

12:57

What to do

The Russian Museum shows a taste for realism

Antonio Javier López

Michael wears a beach T-shirt and white socks with sandals. Mor, beside him, is in a pink sweatshirt. Anna, Savva and Liza are carrying their school backpacks, while Zhenia and Mathew are not ashamed of their soft toys, despite being eight, nine or m

22:05

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An embrace for nature during the pandemic

Antonio Javier López

He likes to go out running, but because of the coronavirus lockdown he had to swap the street for a running machine at his partner's home in Seville. "I was fascinated to see animals coming into towns while people were confined indoors. It was rather

17:42

What to do

Dialogues with Picasso at the MPM

Antonio Javier López

Over 20 years ago Eugenio Carmona, a lecturer in The History of Art at Malaga university, wrote an article titled 'Picasso after Picasso', reflecting upon the artist's ability to mutate, his capacity to always be present and up to date in the fierces

17:41

What to do

The beauty of Doñana captured at the CAC

Antonio Javier López

"I've never had the urge to show my work, I've stayed hidden... it's my quiet way of being." Juan F. Lacomba speaks as he stands among the large-format paintings at the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga (CAC Málaga) which represent the extensive

16:11

LifeStyle

Genalguacil won't let the virus get in the way of art

Antonio Javier López

Just over a month ago the cartoonist Albert Uderzo died, leaving orphaned the adventures of Asterix the Gaul and Obelix. However, the unyielding spirit of their French hamlet in its battle against the Roman empire lives on in places like Genalguacil,

16:54

What to do

Malaga's arts hubs, all set for a grand reopening

Antonio Javier López

The majority of Malaga city's largest and most popular museums and galleries, including the Carmen Thyssen museum, the Russian Museum, the Centre Pompidou and Museo Picasso Málaga will reopen for the first time since the start of the state of alarm t

17:08

What to do

How will coronavirus change visits to museums and art centres?

Antonio Javier López

The image of a museum gallery crowded with visitors is already history. At least, for a while. New regulations to prevent the spread of the coronavirus will affect cultural centres as then reopen after lockdown. The order published by the Ministry

18:16

Local

The fight against Covid has its roots in Antequera

ANTONIO J. GUERRERO

...per cent of cases. She is the daughter of another researcher, Antonio Alcaide, who developed iboprofen, and whose children are continuing to contribute to the world of science. As he has worked all over the world they were born in different countries,

15:37

What to do

How children can go to museums during lockdown

Antonio Javier López

One of the most important and pleasing consequences of the increased number of museums in Malaga during the past decade and a half is that two generations of children from the province have had the chance to increase their learning, thanks to these i

15:38

What to do

Recreating the work of the Grand Masters, in the lounge

Antonio Javier López

People are looking for ways to relieve the boredom of social distancing and quarantine and one of the more creative ideas has been to try and replicate a famous work of art by just using family members (including the very youngest) and items found ar

10:24

LifeStyle

A prizewinning week for Antonio Banderas

SUR

It's been a good few weeks for Antonio Banderas. Coming straight after the sellout launch of his new theatre in Malaga, the Teatro Soho Caixabank, earlier this month, the locally born Hollywood actor has been awarded two top prizes. In addition, his

19:32

Local

Marbella's official language school set to be ready by next term

Héctor Barbotta

...began in November last year and were funded by assets seized from Juan Antonio Roca, mastermind of Marbella's huge town-planning corruption scandal. The school, which has 12 classrooms, is already 95 per cent complete and will be furnished by the Junta

16:18

Sport

Marbella to host play-offs for promotion to Segunda

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

...promotion spots (Atlético Baleares, Ibiza, Atlético de Madrid B, Peña Deportiva, Logroñés, Cultural Leonesa, Bilbao Athletic, Valladolid B, Castellón, Barcelona B, Sabadell, Cornellá, Cartagena, Badajoz and Yeclano). Matches will be played at the Antonio

15:13

LifeStyle

Antonio Banderas: 'We will all be affected by this and will need to regain confidence'

pedro luis gómez

...so Antonio Banderas is sitting out this lockdown on his own. He says the coronavirus crisis is going to affect everybody, but at the same time he is hopeful about the future for Malaga and the Costa del Sol, even though “very hard” times are on the ... needed most... I take my hat off to them for what they do”. To end, Antonio Banderas told us: “Let nobody forget Lágrimas y Favores; it is dedicated to our Virgin, and that is now more necessary than ever... it has been well named, and make no mistake,

16:05

LifeStyle

Golden Globe nomination follows top European award for Antonio Banderas

F. GRIÑÁN / I. U.

Malaga actor Antonio Banderas sees his chances of an Oscar rise as yet more success has come his way this week. On Saturday he was named Best European Actor at the European Film Academy awards in Berlin, and on Monday he learned that he had been

14:10

Local

Antonio González is the new director general of SUR newspapers

SUR

Prensa Malagueña, the publisher of Malaga province's most-read newspaper, SUR, and SUR in English, among other titles, has a new director general. Madrid-born Antonio González has worked for titles belonging to the Vocento group, national parent

18:28

Local

Antequera Dolmens complex modified to fulfil Unesco requests

Antonio Javier López

The museum associated with the Dolmens of Antequera looks rather different than expected. Works have had to be carried out in accordance with a request by Unesco in order to maintain the complex's World Heritage Site status, which it obtained on 15

12:26

What to do

Emmanuel Lafont: light amid darkness

Antonio Javier López

According to optical science black is the lack of colour, but who needs colour when one's life palpitates around the point of a pencil or a piece of charcoal? Who wants colour, holding light in the palm of their hand and transferring it from there on

12:25

What to do

The bishop's palace in Malaga exhibits 26 works of contemporary art

Antonio Javier López

The Palacio Episcopal in Malaga is currently hosting a collection of works from the Unicaja Foundation's collection of contemporary art works. They include pieces by several Malaga artists including Rogelio López Cuenca, Nono Bandera, Noelia García

17:22

What to do

Berrocal's warriors stand guard at the Aduana building

Antonio Javier López

Back in 1975 artist Miguel Ortiz Berrocal and his wife Cristina visited the Ardennes in Belgium and there, in an old forge, he found 20 anvils which were about to be thrown away. He took them and worked on them for nearly ten years, turning them into

18:38

LifeStyle

Famous avant-garde local pop artist, Eugenio Chicano, dies

Antonio Javier López

A key artist in the modernisation of the art scene in Malaga has died. Eugenio Chicano was known for his distinctive, avant-garde pop art and also for campaigning for the cultural life of the city, which has exploded in recent years. His work and l