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12:10

Local

The Asian invader that threatens the coastline of the Costa del Sol

MATÍAS STUBER

“This algae is very aggressive and difficult to eradicate. It is a danger to the local fauna and flora”, points out the president of the Aula del Mar, Juan Antonio López. So far, this species has hardly been studied. In Spain there are few experts but

19:49

LifeStyle

Museum Jorge Rando celebrates birthday with a new artists' residence

Antonio Javier López

"This museum is a spotlight, not a mirror." Jorge Rando repeats the sentence with determination several times as he talks to the press on the occasion of the seventh anniversary of the centre than hosts his work and that of other expressionist artist

18:46

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Julio González, forging modernity at the Pompidou

Antonio Javier López

Brigitte Leal, assistant director of the Georges Pompidou Modern Art Museum in Paris, describes Julio González as a "modest, but very powerful artist; discreet, but very profound" and visitors to the Pompidou Centre in Malaga can see that for themsel

19:50

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Making mosaics, a new community hobby for residents in Tolox

Andrea JIMÉNEZ

Some residents of Tolox have found a new hobby: creating mosaics, piece by piece. Every day volunteers head for Calle Rinconada del Castillo to expand their knowledge of this art with José Antonio González, a painter, artist and teacher.

12:05

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'I lived in your flat for 30 years,' theatregoer tells Antonio Banderas

REGINA SOTORRÍO

It wasn't planned but the letter arrived "a second" before starting the show and he wanted to read it out. It was from 83-year-old Mercedes, a theatre fan and one of 350 pensioners invited by Antonio Banderas to his Soho CaixaBank theatre in Malaga

18:21

Local

Costa del Sol Tourism hopes new promotional video will go viral

Pilar Martínez

Costa del Sol Tourism is planning to make a big noise at the Fitur International Tourism Fair, with its largest ever stand this year which will feature a new promotional video including the Malaga-born actor and director Antonio Banderas. A music ... features a song by Dry Martina called 'Al son de la Buena Vida' and is a new version recorded with artists from Malaga province specifically for this campaign. Antonio Banderas is joined by Pasión Vega, Fran Perea, Javier Castillo, La Mari, rapper Easy,

18:11

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Chema Cobo in the labyrinth of Gerald Brenan

Antonio Javier López

Some years ago he bought the book from a shop in the Cuesta de Moyano in Madrid. One of those editions from the other side of the pond at a time when it was thought in Spain that these things could not be - and should not be - read. Chema Cobo began

21:22

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An artist seduced by dark themes and dark ideas that help him to paint

Antonio Javier López

Jose Luis Valverde’s grandfather, José Valverde Jiménez, made tombstones and painted because he was a mason and artist. As the latter, he played a notable role in the Granada scene of the last century along with artistic comrades-in-arms such as José

18:37

LifeStyle

The Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga celebrates its tenth anniversary

Antonio Javier López

Despite coronavirus restrictions limiting the celebrations, the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga commemorated on Wednesday the tenth anniversary of its opening to the public. During the proceedings, which were carried out with the appropriate social d

20:35

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The Thyssen Museum in Malaga opens up to contemporary art

Antonio Javier López

If you have 17 minutes free and want to enjoy something rather unusual, very lovely and completely free of charge, head for the Sala Noble in the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga. Once there, in the darkness, try to blank your mind and keep your eyes

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.

17:45

Local

Urgent structural study under way at Marbella stadium

joaquina dueñas

...loose during a Segunda B match attended by fans last month. Only the pitch can continue to be used. The Estadio Antonio Lorenzo Cuevas has needed repair for some time. Now the council wants to carry out a complete and urgent study. The municipal

21:54

LifeStyle

The future of Marvel, drawn in Malaga

Antonio Javier López

It was a stroke of luck that she registered for that particular course, to gain some credits towards her Fine Arts studies at Granada university. She had done some work as an inker in the past, but when she began her degree she almost forgot about th

13:27

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Barceló at the Picasso Museum

Antonio Javier López

It has often been said that there is a link between colours and emotions, but in fact there are also practical reasons for colours to be chosen, especially by artists, as Miquel Barceló explained at the opening of his new exhibition at Malaga's Picas

13:21

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Aaron sows his artistic garden at La Coracha

Antonio Javier López

An extract from Voltaire's Candide - in which Martin laments the futility of life and fate and Candide concludes "That is well said, but we must cultivate our garden" (suggesting self discipline is needed to confront a world in constant threat of col

13:51

LifeStyle

Eldevenir, the latest addition to the local contemporary art scene

Antonio Javier López

It sounds like a very simple thing to do, but in fact it is radical, even revolutionary. Because in the midst of a health and economic crisis, the true dimensions of which are still barely known, with the uncertainty of what lies ahead in the short a

13:24

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The restless, creative maturity of Andrés Mérida

Antonio Javier López

The pandemic has done little to destroy Andrés Mérida’s easy smile and the joy while he reviews the works that mark the last ten years of his artistic career is apparent, even through his mask. The exhibition, Del Trazo al Garabato, was inaugurate

13:22

LifeStyle

Trend or change? Vegetarianism and veganism in Malaga

LAURENCE CRUMBIE

"though it depends on where the ferry comes from." Other meat-free eateries in Malaga also see many foreigners pass through their doors every day. Antonio Israel, co-owner of La Vegana, a vegan tapas bar that opened in 2019 near Plaza de la Merced,

18:31

Local

Illegal homes in the countryside, a major problem in the Axarquía

Eugenio Cabezas

...medium-sized municipalities and investment projects would have become much simpler," said Patricia Navarro, the Malaga delegate for the Junta de Andalucía. The mayor of Vélez-Málaga, Antonio Moreno Ferrer, said a lot of hopes were resting on this law. "Urban

17:43

Local

Guardia Civil officer stationed in Villanueva del Rosario dies with Covid-19

FERNANDO TORRES

Antonio Miguel Navarro, a Guardia Civil officer in his fifties stationed at Villanueva del Rosario (Malaga), has died from Covid-19 this Wednesday (3 February). The Guardia Civil has issued an official message offering a "painful goodbye" to the ... officer and the "deepest condolences to his family, friends and colleagues". Antonio Miguel Navarro had been based at the town for more than a decade and also served the neighbouring Villanueva del Trabuco. Mayor Juan González told SUR that for many ... years he lived there as "just another neighbour". "He was well known here. He and his family lived in the barracks and we all knew them." It is believed Antonio - who was around 55 years old - contracted the disease "recently". His loss leaves the

18:49

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Malaga starts the summer cultural agenda with Terral en tu Zona

Tony Bryant

...several flamenco concerts under the banner of The Three Paths of Flamenco Song, a tribute to Manolo Caracol, Pepe Marchena and Antonio Mairena. These will include some of Malaga's top flamenco singers and will take place in the Plazuela María Santísima

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

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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

15:58

LifeStyle

The Endless Trench, Spain's submission for the Oscars

Katie Heyes

...scene from The Endless Trench.SUR The Endless Trench is told through the eyes of left wing political activist Higinio (Malaga's Antonio de la Torre) who, in the wake of Spanish Civil War and consequent Fascist occupation, went into hiding in fear of

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

16:49

Local

Benarrabá, a digital village

VANESSA MELGAR

...village, who had the opportunity to learn how to use digital banking. Antonio Santos Antonio Santos, working at his home.V. M. "Move here without fibre? It would be impossible" Antonio Santos lives in Benarrabá. He works in the billing department ... teacher in a school in another village, and their 22-month-old son, Antonio is a new arrival to the village. At the height of the pandemic they decided to move to the village, where he has family, and thanks to the fibre internet they have decided to

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

11:29

National

Malaga lorry driver stuck in Christmas UK border queues tells his story

IGNACIO LILLO

A lorry driver from Malaga – one of the thousands of truckers who were stuck in border queues between England and France at Christmas - has told his story. His name is José Antonio Zamora from Benamocarra in the Axarquía, but he asks that his

17:11

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Live opera at the cemetery, concerts, theatre and charity events around the province

denise bush

...de Marzo Frigiliana, Almáchar and Cómpeta. 19 June - 10 July. 19 June, 1pm The Orquesta Barroca de Málaga will be playing Mozart’s quartets in the San Antonio de Padua church, Frigiliana. 20 June, 1pm The Orquesta Barroca de Málaga will be ... playing Mozart’s quartets in the San Mateo Apostól church in Almáchar. 26 June, 1pm The Coro de Cámera of Malaga University will be in concert in the San Antonio de Padua church, Frigiliana. 27 June, 1pm The Coro de Cámera of Malaga University will

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