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13:45

Local

Casares paints its benches with diversity messages to mark Pride Day

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Public benches in the Costa del Sol village of Casares are to display painted diversity messages in time for the celebration of LGBTI day this Sunday 28 June. Councillor for Equality, Antonia Pineda, explained that the aim was to "pay tribute to al

13:41

Local

Alegría procession paints colour in Ronda

The festivities of Ronda's 2019 Feria and Fiestas de Pedro Romero are under way, having been preceded, this year, by the Goyesca bullfight. The Alegría (Happiness) procession on Tuesday flooded the streets with colour, as the President and Damas G

16:52

LifeStyle

Banderas paints a good Picasso

FRANCISCO GRIÑAN

Since the official premiere of Genius: Picasso in Malaga on 22 March, audiences have endured weeks of waiting in anticipation of its public release. Finally, the season opener was made available worldwide last week, accessible in Spain from 26 April.

15:12

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"When an artist aged over 70 or 80 is able to do things which are absolutely new, we are talking about a genius”

REGINA SOTORRÍO

Hullo...' reveals an artist who bucks the established trends, “who paints not in an elegant manner but with a voluntary clumsiness” as Fernando Francés, who curated the exhibition, explained at the opening. She doesn't care about detail, paints with her ... Kidman, who she admires, and paints looking stylish and elegant in the dress she wore to the Cannes premiere of 'The paperboy', in the painting called 'Black Strap'. Her take on sport occupies the central part of the exhibition, but she “doesn't look at

20:05

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Philippe Pasqua finds beauty in the dark side at CAC Málaga

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...life that we often don't want to see," said Francés, who was accompanied at the opening of the show by the mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre and Culture councillor, Noelia Losada. Thick brushstrokes The artist paints children who are blind or ... beauty in overcoming illness and in a person with intellectual disability. Philippe shows this with incredible naturalness," said the creator. The artist's brush also captures marginal groups, such as prostitutes, who he paints nude, or transgender

15:10

LifeStyle

Portrait of an artist with dyslexia

Tony Bryant

...it was only natural that Ciaran would develop a passion for art. After enjoying multiple successful solo exhibitions in Dublin, Ciaran, who paints under the alter-ego Pigsy, has now moved to Malaga to take a break from architecture and focus on his

16:12

Local

Marbella's congress centre gets new mural

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New life is being given to the façade of the Palacio de Congresos in Marbella as Estepona artist Curro Leyton paints one of the largest murals in the world, covering almost 3,600 square metres. With geometrical forms in the Cubist style, Leyton

21:58

LifeStyle

Orthodox Christians plan Easter in isolation

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...eggs. However, our proper tradition is about boiled and painted eggs. At school we even learn how to decorate eggs. Though today you can buy different paints to colour the eggs, but in my family we prefer the natural way of painting.

18:31

LifeStyle

Ideas come from isolation

jennie rhodes / tony bryant

...in isolation is a great chance for valuable practice time which has to be timed throughout the day for it to be productive.” When he’s not practising, Steve says he paints, cooks and keeps in touch with people. “I let off steam along with my

18:10

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The art that saw women as perverse

regina sotorrío

...into work in the industrial revolution and their demands regarding employment generated this reaction, which stemmed from literary, mythological and biblical tradition. Anglada-Camarasa paints a Salomé without a face, only interested in her shape; Franz ... ever to have been displayed at the Thyssen Museum, at 2.4 metres. For many, like Picasso and Penagos, the myth of Carmen, the Spanish 'femme fatale' was an inspiration, whle others preferred the native tradition of the 'maja'. Zuloaga paints her in