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11:08

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Matisse: a burst of colour comes to the Pompidou

Antonio Javier López

The Centre Pompidou in Malaga port this week welcomes its biggest and most important exhibition yet. 'Henri Matisse. Un país nuevo' (Henri Matisse. A new country) brings together some fifty works by the master of modern art, on loan from the ... gallery's main base in Paris. THE EXHIBITION Title. 'Henri Matisse. Un país nuevo'. Where. Centre Pompidou Málaga, Muelle Uno, Malaga. When. Until 9 June. Opening hours. Open every day, except Tuesdays, from 9.30am to 8pm. Entry. Main collection, ... imposing use of colour. "He is a painter of colour, but this exhibition has contemporary relevance, because Matisse's painting appeals to the senses, but gives space to the spirit," says Aurélie Verbier, curator of the exhibition. Influences Before

17:45

LifeStyle

The Thyssen dives into the Mediterranean

Antonio Javier López

...pieces by Emile Bernard, Henri Matisse and Joaquim Sunyer, among others, Pablo Ruiz Picasso plays a starring role. His signature is on 23 of the works which demonstrate his versatility, from sketches on loan from the Malaga birth-house foundation to

18:34

LifeStyle

"Obviously visitor numbers are an indicator of how well a museum is doing"

Antonio Javier López

...means something like those British romantics, or the travels of Matisse and Duchamp. I don't think it's the right way to understand tourism. Are we going to give the industry an ugly reputation? It shows a lack of reflection about handling a topic like

15:17

Travel

Tangier: colourful past, vibrant future

Daryl Finch Travel

...as he formulated his vision of the East which would inspire a number of 19th century painters, or a frustrated Henri Matisse in the corridor, shouting "Paradise exists!" after the rain finally cleared and he could leave room 35 where he was cooped up