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12:57

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

18:44

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8 May 2000: King Juan Carlos I joins protests against ETA

Jennie Rhodes

...recent shooting of Basque journalist José Luis López de Lacalle on the morning of 7 May as he walked home having gone to buy the newspaper and have breakfast at a nearby café. López was a socialist and had been the target of previous ETA attacks before ... opinion Ibarretxe's leadership had brought the Basque Country to a situation of minimalist democracy. He condemned the murder of José Luis López de Lacalle, saying "It is not acceptable to generate a climate in which physical violence is used against ... people who only want to live democratically and in peace and liberty." On 12 May a protest took place under the name "No nos callarán" (they won't silence us), fuelled by de López's death and organised by the directors of the main Spanish newspapers.

17:08

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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

15:37

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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

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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