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Exhibitions and art shows currently on along the Costa del Sol and inland

denise bush

Week by Ron Howard and Charlie is My Darling by Peter Whitehead. Malaga Picasso Museum Malaga. Museo Picasso Málaga, C/San Agustín. Collection. Dialogues with Picasso. Collection 2020-2023 is formed by 120 works by the artist. These include ... español. (A century of Spanish art). Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí and Luis Buñuel were precursors of new ways of seeing and creating and their legacy still lives on. This chronological journey through a century of Spanish art shows that the ... artist María Maquieira. Eugenio Chicano Malaga. Until 16 March. Casa Natal Picasso. The first director of the Casa Natal Picasso, Eugenio Chicano, died in November 2019 leaving a substantial artistic legacy.The artist had dedicated some of


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Concerts, lectures and theatre performances

Live Music and Concerts Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts Malaga. Auditorio del Museo Picasso de Málaga. 31 January, 12pm OFM Quinteto de Jazz. 2 February, 8pm Harmoniemusik Málaga. 9 March, 8pm Cuarteto para el fin ... Torremolinos. Until 8 May 2021, 12-1.30pm. Centro Cultural Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Art workshops dedicated to the History of Art for children. Painting and creativity workshops and exhibitions of works. Registration at the centre or call: 952053835.



Malaga's council-run galleries lose two-thirds of visitors to the pandemic


The end-of-year figures released by Malaga city's main museums sum up the damage the pandemic has caused to the local cultural sector. Three centres managed by Malaga city council - the Picasso birth-house, the Centre Pompidou and the Russian ... Museum - have seen a dive in visitor figures of between 61% and 75%. Meanwhile the Malaga Picasso Museum recently described 2020 as its "annus horribilis" as far as figures were concerned, and the Carmen Thyssen said this had been an "especially


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Picasso and friends move into Vélez-Málaga's contemporary arts centre

Jennie Rhodes

An exhibition showing 52 works of art by Picasso, his friends and teachers (Picasso, Amigos y Maestros) opened last week at Vélez-Málaga's contemporary arts centre (CAC). As well as 19 paintings, ceramics and lithographs by the artist himself, the ... exhibition also offers the opportunity for visitors to see works by other famous artists including Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí, Georges Braque, Marc Chagall and Foujita. The exhibition is spread over four rooms and a life- size painting of Picasso, by Malaga ... room four is given over the masters that acted as teachers to Picasso. Until 23 November the opening times are subject to the current restrictions. From Tuesday to Friday it is open from 9am to 3pm and on Saturday and Sunday it is open from 9am to


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James Turrell: what the eye thinks it sees


...which has just opened at the Picasso Museum. Turrell is fascinated by light and it is forms the basis of his immersive creations, which play with visual perception to create a hypnotic and disturbing sensation in those who view them. Cherry is part ... without words." While great artists throughout history have used light to place the focus on a particular area of their work, in his case the light is the picture itself. The fascinating work of this unconventional artist can be seen at the Picasso



Free entry to Malaga's museums and monuments this Sunday

Pilar Martínez

A total of 26 cultural spaces in Malaga city will offer free entry on Sunday 27 September to mark World Tourism Day. Museums and galleries including the Picasso museum and birth house, the Pompidou and Russian museums have signed up to the ... initiative, as well as other attractions such as the La Concepción botanical gardens, the Gerald Brenan house and the La Araña archaeological site. Free on Sunday Museums: Fundación Picasso-Casa Natal (birth house), Museo Picasso Málaga, Centre Pompidou


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Concerts, theatre and workshops around the province

denise bush

Live Music and Concerts Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts Malaga. Auditorio del Museo Picasso de Málaga. 2 February, 8pm Harmoniemusik Málaga. 9 March, 8pm Cuarteto para el fin de los tiempos. .6 April, 8pm La ... phone. 13, 14 January, 9am-2pm. Introduction to a reflex camera for filming a video. 20, 21 January, 9am-2pm Diver Arte for children Torremolinos. Until 8 May 2021, 12-1.30pm. Centro Cultural Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Art workshops dedicated to the


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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 ... fiercest debates about art, despite the years that have passed since his death. Carmona attributes this to Picasso's diversity and multiplicity, which the artist saw "not as something chaotic but as an intimate truth in the fact of creation and his own ... existence". He believes that was Picasso's secret: "He defined for art how to be modern and, at the same time, he laid down the basis for transformation to something else, something completely up to date. That's why Picasso lives on. He is a mirror in which



21 August 1911: The Mona Lisa is stolen from the Louvre

alekk m. saanders

Peruggia fooled the police for two years by making them suspect famous artists, including Pablo Picasso. By that time, the Malaga-born artist had already been living in Barcelona and in 1904 had finally settled in Paris. In the French capital the young ... Picasso mingled in bohemian artist circles. One of his friends was the poet and writer Guillaume Apollinaire, whose name appeared in the press at the time thanks to his former secretary, Honore-Joseph Géry Pieret. With the hope of being rewarded in cash ... these artefacts were sold to the painter Picasso for 50 francs each because the talented Spaniard had used them for inspiration in creating his work Les Demoiselles d'Avignon. Anyone in possession of these sculptures might have attracted the attention


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The Arts Society Benahavís 'deconstructs' Picasso


The first known painting of Picasso was of a bull done when he was still a boy of eight years old and living in Malaga in the house on the Plaza de la Merced. By the time of his death in France in 1973 he had come to dominate the art world like a ... and Communication at the highly regarded University of Complutense in Madrid, and for 7 years worked at the Picasso Museum both in the education and curating departments. Perhaps more to the point one of her greatest pleasures is to help audiences ... to come to a better understanding of 20th Century art. Alejandra recognises that not every one has fallen under Picasso's spell. Hence she proposes to take the audience on a journey through his life and work giving us clues to appreciate his art



London's view of Picasso through paper


The Royal Academy of Arts in London is about to open the most complete exhibition ever to have been organised about Pablo Picasso's use of paper. There are more than 300 works, most of them on loan from the Paris museum dedicated to the Malaga-born ... presentation was attended by over 700 guests including institutional representatives, cultural agents and directors of major businesses in the UK and Spain, is chronological. Each room reflects a period of Picasso's career, accompanied by one or two important ... pictures or sculptures to underline the context. Picasso used to keep everything, say the organisers, and that resulted in there being thousands of items, including pages of newspapers upon which he used to draw when he had no other materials to hand.



62-year-old motorcyclist dies after early-morning coast crash


A 62-year-old motorcyclist died in the early hours of Wednesday after suffering an accident on the Pablo Ruiz Picasso promenade in Malaga city. The accident happened at the Morlaco bend, reported the Andalucía Emergency Service 112 control centre.


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Malaga returns to normality with art exhibitions and jazz, flamenco and chamber music recitals at the Picasso museum

Francisco Martín Nerja. Monday to Saturday 10.30am - 2.30pm. C/Pintada 27. The exhibition of art by Francisco Martín Molina has re opened to the public. More information on Facebook: Exposición Francisco Martín Calle Pintada. Diálogos con Picasso ... Malaga. Museo Picasso Málaga. Susana y los Ancianos© Sucesión Pablo Picasso, VEGAP, Málaga, 2020 The exhibition Diálogos con Picasso. Colección 2020-2023 includes 120 works by the arist among which is the cubism sculpture Copa de absenta (1914) and ... semi-permanent exhibition is entitled De Miró a Barceló. Un siglo de arte español. Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí and Luis Buñuel were precursors of new ways of seeing and creating and their legacy still lives on. This chronological journey through a



Museo Picasso to host Copa del Rey draw


The quarter-final draw for the basketball Copa del Rey, to take place in Malaga from 13 to 16 February, will be held on Monday from midday. The auditorium of the Museo Picasso has been chosen for the draw but it remains to be seen whether Unicaja



20 December 2007: Picasso portrait stolen in daring heist


On 20 December 2007, thieves carried out a heist on the Art Museum of São Paulo, making off with Pablo Picasso's Portrait of Suzanne Bloch and Brazilian artist Cândido Portinari's The Coffee Worker. In an operation which was complete in a matter ... informed of the location of the works by a third suspect. The paintings were returned to the museum, escorted by a helicopter and multiple police vehicles. The Portrait of Suzanne Bloch is considered one of the last works in Picasso's 'Blue Period'. It



"Picasso reflected the changes in how we saw the world like no other artist"

Antonio Javier López

Will Gompertz is well known as one of the most influential commentators on the global art scene. Author of the bestseller What Are You Looking At?, the BBC's arts editor will be in Malaga next Wednesday to give a talk at the Picasso Museum titled ... Genealogies of Art in the Blink of an Eye. Tickets ran out fast. In your book What Are You Looking At? you design a map of contemporary art similar to a subway map. Almost a century after Barr's diagram exhibit (currently in the Museo Picasso Málaga), is a ... so. That is why artists still want their work collected and displayed in museums, which continue to have a powerful role in shaping public thought and taste. Your talk at the Museo Picasso Málaga is sold out. Do you feel part of the 'star system' of


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Picasso and Calder leap into empty space in Malaga

Antonio Javier López

Malaga Picasso Museum (MPM), a dialogue between Pablo Ruiz Picasso and Alexander Calder, where it become full of movement, of suggestions, of life. The display, titled ‘Calder-Picasso’, conjugates the work of two artists who appear to be very ... different. On one side is Picasso, expansive, influential and protean, and on the other, Calder, minimalist, contained, almost ethereal. And under this first layer, the project at the MPM establishes links which are so ferrous, connections which are so ... profound, that the work of one can be confused for that of the other in this exhibition, which has come from the Picasso Museum in Paris and can be visited in Malaga until 2 February 2020. The exhibition 'Calder-Picasso' Content. Over 100 works by



Pablo Picasso: the baby everyone thought was dead


The history of art considers him one of the greatest artists of all times, but something occurred in Pablo Ruiz Picasso's life that could have made that very different. It was a near-tragedy which occurred on 25 October 1881 when his mother, María ... Picasso López, gave birth to her first child, at home. The family of Picasso today, and some of his biographers, say there was an extremely tense moment in the room where the midwife was assisting María as she gave birth to little Pablo. The baby arrived ... started to cry and, a few minutes after being given up for dead, he revived. That was the start of a life whose other details are known all around the world. The anecdote is featured in some books such as Norman Mailer's biography Portrait of Picasso as


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Celebrating the New Year with concerts and cabaret

denise bush

Music and Dance Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts Malaga. Auditorio del Museo Picasso de Málaga. 12 January, 8pm Quinteto de Jazz OFM. 2 February, 8pm Harmoniemusik Málaga. 9 March, 8pm Cuarteto para el fin ... children Torremolinos. Until 8 May 2021, 12-1.30pm. Centro Cultural Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Art workshops dedicated to the History of Art for children. Painting and creativity workshops and exhibitions of works. Registration at the centre or call:


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Music, theatre, dance and lectures around the province

denise bush

Music and Dance Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts Iris Nieto, Malaga Malaga. Auditorio del Museo Picasso de Málaga. 12 January, 8pm Quinteto de Jazz OFM. 2 February, 8pm Harmoniemusik Málaga. 9 March, 8pm ... May 2021, 12-1.30pm. Centro Cultural Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Art workshops dedicated to the History of Art for children. Painting and creativity workshops and exhibitions of works. Registration at the centre or call: 952053835.


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A 'good death' in Picasso's birthplace


Realidad and Darío Villalba. The new project for Picasso's birthplace adds two not inconsiderable attractions: for the first time in its three decades of history, the Foundation shows a wide range of 'Le chant des morts' illustrations and, also three


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Picasso Museum expands its horizons with Bruce Nauman

Antonio Javier López

As part of its commitment to showcasing contemporary art the Picasso Museum in Malaga (MPM) is hosting a powerful exhibition called Bruce Nauman. Rooms, Bodies, Words until 1 September. This is its most ambitious project so far, and on this occasion ... type of anti-hero who, from his retreat on a ranch in the southern USA, glimpses the contemporary artistic scene which is filled with fleeting celebrities. THE EXHIBITION Title. Bruce Nauman. Rooms, Bodies, Words. Where. Museo Picasso Málaga. ... message to give, but the MPM board are confident that it will make people reflect and will also attract many younger visitors to the Picasso Museum for the first time.



Picasso the animal lover

Antonio Javier López

...girl and an elderly lady. Pablo Ruiz Picasso did 'La danza de llas banderillas' on Valentine's Day in 1954 and that sheet of paper holds the desire, the love, the tradition and the death that featured so often in the artistic career of this artist from ... Malaga. The picture how hangs on a wall in the exhibition room at the house in which Picasso was born, and it also illustrates his lifelong interest in animals, which featured in his works from childhood to later life. EL BESTIARIO DE PICASSO Where. ... Exhibition room at the Picasso Foundation. When. Until 7 October. Times. Open every day (including holidays) from 9.30am to 8pm. Tickets. Combined (Casa Natal and temporary exhibition), 4 euros; Casa Natal, 3 euros; temporary exhibition, 3 euros.


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Local cultural scene finds ways around quarantine with virtual tours and performances


...virtual visits to its collection and also to some of its temporary exhibitions; the Picasso Museum in Malaga has made an audio guide available, with explanations of some of the most important works of its current show Genealogies of Art; and the Dolmens of ... the health crisis is over. Museo Picasso Málaga The Museo Picasso Málaga ( is displaying the impressive exhibition Genealogies of Art with an explanatory audio guide in various languages (selected from a drop down menu). ... The Sea at l'Estaque (1878-1879) by Paul Cézanne; Three Figures Under a Tree (1907-08) by Pablo Ruiz Picasso; Black Square (1915) by Kazimir Malevich; and the Landscape with Two Poplars (1912) by Vasili Kandinsky; reveal their secrets through the audio



Banderas brings Picasso home


Antonio Banderas feels like he still has Pablo Picasso under his skin. The Malaga actor explained on Thursday, before the world premiere of the National Geographic Series, Genius: Picasso, that filming much of the series in Malaga had been a gift ... for him, and for Picasso himself. The series had given the artist the return trip to his home city that he never had in his lifetime. The actor described a sense of frustration at the fact that Picasso had died three years before Franco and “couldn't ... and National Geographic launched the series at a press conference in Madrid. There, he and series director Kenneth Biller, offered more information about the series, which has been filmed entirely in English. The young Picasso is played by actor Alex


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Casa Natal hosts Iliazd and Picasso works in exhibition

Antonio Javier López

Picasso's birth house (Casa Natal de Picasso, Plaza de la Merced, 15) is now host to an exhibition in collaboration with the Pushkin Museum in Moscow. Until 23 June, the exhibition 'Iliazd and Picasso' is open between 9.30am and 8pm, including in ... the holidays. The show explores works by Picasso and Iliá Zdanévich (Iliazd) and the friendship that formed between the two. Iliazd was a French-Georgian writer and artist, who was an active participant in Russian Futurism and Dada. Entrance to



Picasso receives Warhol at home

Antonio Javier López

...all-powerful Barr was diplomatic in his refusal, but: “If you visit the MoMA today you will see more people taking photos in front of the Campbell's soup tin than Las señoritas de Avignon”, said José Lebrero, artistic director of the Picasso Museum in Malaga ... (MPM), this week, describing not only Andy Warhol's ascent to fame but also the fact that he is only 20th century artist to be almost as popular as Picasso. Both artists are now together at the MPM, which is the last stop on a tour by the retrospective


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British director Phil Grabsky brings documentary on young Picasso to the artist's birthplace


One of the documentaries to be shown during the Malaga Film Festival is Young Picasso, the most recent work by British filmmaker Phil Grabsky. With this documentary Grabsky aims to bring the lesser known early years of the artist closer to the ... general public. Three cities play a key role in the film: Malaga, Barcelona and Paris. The young Picasso visits each one of them and explores how they influenced his art. Young Picasso, narrated by Tim Marlow with Harry Lloyd as the voice of Picasso ... , will be screened at the Malaga Picasso Museum on 18 March at 9.45pm. The documentary is part of the festival's Documental Sesión Especial section.



Banderas paints a good Picasso


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 ... order to bring life to the city's most famous artist. Variety magazine wrote “when Picasso is at the forefront, Genius is impressive”. The New York Times observed the “superficiality” of the series, but also commented that it “can be enjoyed for its ... standing out as the mature Picasso who fights to remain relevant and inspiring.” In contrast, the series' most disparaging critic was The Hollywood Reporter, whose writer considers the format of the programme to be “obsolete” and that the biopic gives us



Antonio Banderas becomes Picasso


Despite filming starting in a few days' time, scarce information has been revealed to the public about Genius: Picasso, a series about the life of Pablo Picasso produced by National Geographic and Fox. During an event to launch the series in ... released in spring 2018. Scenes will be shot in Malaga from Monday 30 October. Scenes of the painter's early life in Genius: Picasso will be filmed in MalagaThese will be seen in the first episode of the series, which will cover the very early life of the ... be onscreen during these scenes, the Malaga-born star will film sequences on the beach which will be used as a set for the French Côte d'Azur, where the adult Picasso visited. “I have always been fascinated by Picasso's life,” Banderas confessed



Tourism promotion innovations go from big data to art and culture

P. M. / P. L. G.

...experience thanks to its two stars: Picasso and Banderas. The actor has recently been in the limelight thanks to the international success of the film Pain and Glory directed by Pedro Almodóvar. This attention has served as the perfect prelude to the ... referring to Malaga and pointed out that the type of tourist who travels specifically to see a show is likely to spend several days in the destination and have mid to high spending power. And Malaga's own genius Picasso continues to pull in visitors from ... all over the world. With this in mind the mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, visited the Royal Academy of Arts this week to finalise details of the city's sponsorship of a new exhibition to open there in January, Picasso and Paper.


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Pigsy's work goes virtual

Tony Bryant

...dedicated to seven revered Spanish artists, which include Picasso, who Pigsy refers to as the "god father of art". The mediums he uses range from everyday household acrylic paint, chalk, oil sticks, acrylic sticks, oil paint, spray paint and charcoal, to


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Intaglio engraving courses in Spanish and English at the Museo Picasso Malaga


The Museo Picasso Malaga has organised an intaglio engraving course for adults in which they can learn dry point and etching techniques. The participants will first be shown the museum's permanent collection and the Olga Picasso temporary ... matrix. From Dürer to Rembrandt and from Goya to Picasso, many great artists have used these techniques, updating them and exploiting their numerous possibilities. This course is held in two sessions, from 5pm to 7.30pm on Thursday, 28 and Friday, 29 ... March in Spanish; and on Thursday, 4 and Friday, 5 April in English. The price is 50 euros per person and includes the museum visits and all the materials. There are a limited number of places. Registration is now open online on the Museo Picasso



Banderas becomes Picasso in Malaga


Filming for the show in which Antonio Banderas will star as Pablo Picasso has begun. Genius, the Fox 21 and National Geographic series about the life of the painter from Malaga started filming in the city earlier this week. On Tuesday, film crews ... filled the Malagueta bullring to recreate an important moment from Picasso's early life when he watched a bullfight with his father. They started working at the crack of dawn in order to avoid nosy passersby. Banderas himself was also present on set, ... despite not actually being on screen during these scenes, as he is also playing a role in the production. The Malaga-born actor has described bullfighting as his “passion”. At one point, Banderas donned a bullfighting cap in the way that Picasso was



Documentary shows how Malaga played its part in shaping the genius in Picasso


The pigeons that fly away as we approach the Plaza de la Merced from the Cervantes theatre remind us of the artists who sketched them in that same spot years ago: José Ruiz Blasco and his son Pablo Ruiz Picasso, who was born in the house on the ... corner and now sits outside in the form of a bronze sculpture. British filmmaker Phil Grabsky was in Malaga this week for the Spanish premiere of his new documentary, Young Picasso. "The project to make the film about Picasso came up four years ago ... resulted in the hour-and-a-half-long film in which specialists, such as the director of the Malaga Picasso Museum José Lebero, the director of the agency that manages the house where the artist was born, José María Luna, and the artist's grandson, Olivier


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Gálvez & Picasso

Jennie Rhodes Macharaviaya

From Saturday the Museo de los Gálvez in Macharaviaya will once again be open to the public. The inaugural exhibition is a collection of 31 portraits of women by the artists Pablo Picasso and Alfredo Opisso. The museum also offers the opportunity


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'Here lies Picasso'


The Alianza Francesa building in Malaga is the temporary custodian of an eerily lifelike sculpture of Pablo Ruíz Picasso. The sculpture is life size and is dressed in the striped white and navy jumper which became his trademark attire. ... INFORMATION When. Until 28 July. Where. Alianza Francesa, C/Beatas, Malaga. Hours. Monday to Friday, 10am-2pm and 4.30-7.30pm. Entry is free. The effigy was created by artist Eugenio Moreno who aimed to show how the figure of Picasso has been exploited



Royal visit to Picasso’s guernica

sur madrid

Former King and Queen of Spain, Juan Carlos and Sofia, opened the exhibition marking the 80th anniversary of Pablo Picasso’s iconic Guernica on Tuesday. The huge but fragile work, which has been at Madrid’s Reina Sofia museum for exactly 25 years, ... was painted after the bombing of the Basque town of Guernica in the Spanish Civil War. The special exhibition also includes 180 of Picasso’s other works.