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16:24

LifeStyle

Neither muses nor models

M. EUGENIA MERELO

...brings these women together. Something about it calls them,” says José Lebrero. “For the history of art, cubism is very important, but for the history of culture, surrealism is more so because it includes literature, film, art and lifestyles. It

15:26

Local

Ardales, the birthplace of cave art

FERNANDO TORRES

...the Junta de Andalucía's Minister of Culture, Miguel Ángel Vázquez; and the mayor of Ardales, María del Mar González. International funding The project was funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (UK), National Geographic Society (USA),

10:12

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The essence of old Andalucía

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...a culture that still defies neat categorisation and definition. Probably, it always will. “Spain is but Spain,” Lee writes at this book’s close, “and belongs nowhere but where it is.” That is still true: the culturally indifferent forces of

10:12

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Haunted by the past

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...dominance of Spain’s two main parties threatened for the first time in the country’s recent history. Now is the perfect time, therefore, to read ‘Ghosts of Spain’, British journalist Giles Tremlett’s magisterial work on Spanish politics, history and culture ... and Spain’s agonised relationship with its own past. Tremlett’s book - powered by a forensic curiosity and written in flowing, addictive prose - deals with most aspects of Spanish culture: flamenco, football, attitudes towards women and family, the

13:05

What to do

Gris and Blanchard meet again at the Thyssen Museum

eUGENIA MERELO MALAGA

...undoubtedly be one of the most important in the forthcoming season, a connection is made between an international experience, such as Cubism during the early years of the First World War in Paris, and the origins of Malaga culture, with the Litoral magazine

18:28

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Irish paintbrush, flamenco soul

fRANCISCO gRIÑáN

...contemporary art centre. Without a doubt, he would be very proud today of the way his adoptive city has developed in terms of culture, says his friend José Antonio Sierra. A roundabout has even been named after him in Cerrado de Calderón. Nevertheless,

18:07

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Asiatic yellow wood

Denise Bush

@SUR_English or Facebook @surenglish and we’ll do the rest! The wood is used to make handles for tools and in construction. The bark is said to have the most medicinal properties and is used in other cultures as an antioxidant, antitumour and antinflammatory.

16:21

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Karma Guen, 30 years of Buddhism in the Axarquía

Eugenio Cabezas Malaga

...within the secular branch of Buddhism called the diamond walk - from the Karma Kagyu tradition. “It hasn’t been easy, but we do know that we are an international reference of Tibetan culture,”Pedro confirms. His Holiness the seventeenth Karmapa Trinley

13:37

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Vegetable pâtés, a versatile and healthy alternative

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...hours. Pulses also make an excellent base for pâtés. They are used extensively in India and Arabic countries to make creamy purées to eat with bread . They are part of the Spanish culture and offer a perfect base to complement with other flavours. A

15:19

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The postcard, a relic of a bygone era?

Tony Bryant

...their popularity, they continue to be a significant aspect of British culture and old cards provide an extremely valuable record of the past. The postcard might record a village scene or street that has long since disappeared. This is particularly true