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16:38

LifeStyle

London's view of Picasso through paper

ÍÑIGO GURRUCHAGA

...were being carried out by fellow artist Georges Braque, with the shapes of what would be called cubism, Picasso added fragments of card or newspaper. With oils on cardboard, he worked on progressive sketches which would become The Young Ladies of ... elements of what would become his Guernica. In the Second World War he stayed in Paris, with the blinds of his studio closed to protect himself from those who classified his work as degenerative work, paid "an arm and a leg" for sheets of Japanese paper

15:18

LifeStyle

A passion for planes

MATÍAS STUBER

...the future. "I want to be a pilot one day," he says. "What else?"

14:42

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush

Costa del Sol Marcos Barrientos Soriano. Marbella. Until 31 January. Galería Columna JM. The gallery is hosting a collection of works by artist Marcos Barrientos Soriano. Photograph exhibition. San Pedro de Alcántara. Until 14 February.

15:16

Local

A local lad with a career in space

MATÍAS STUBER

...malaga. Many children dream of what they want to be when they grow up, but it never progresses beyond a dream. Being an astronaut, of course, is one of the favourites, but no more than 700 people have ever travelled into space and returned to tell ... a very competitive world. However, the question has to be asked: is he going to be the first astronaut from Malaga? "No," he says. Not for the moment, anyway. "Planetary exploration is what fascinates me, and I want to focus my efforts on the

15:13

LifeStyle

From sports arena to major film awards venue

SUR

...stand has also been added and space made for about 3,200 guests in total. As all years, there is almost as much excitement around what the awards' presenters will say and do as there is about possible award winners. This year, popular comedians and

17:52

What to do

Over 1,500 classic vehicles come to Salón Retro Málaga

IGNACIO LILLO

Over 1,500 classic and collectors' vehicles will be on display at the seventh Salón Retro which takes place at the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos in Malaga this weekend. The fair begins today (Friday, from 4pm) and continues until Sunday. Around 300

17:51

LifeStyle

24 January 1976: USA and Spain sign friendship treaty

Jennie Rhodes

As Spain started to make its first steps as a democratic and open country after 36 years of Franco's dictatorship, the treaty of friendship and cooperation with the USA was signed on 24 January 1976. Diario SUR's front page headline the following day

16:30

Sport

Police carry out 15-hour search of Malaga CF offices under judge's orders

SUR

...was the problem. The court had already requested a good deal of information from the club, including the list of shareholders, confirmation of who made up the board and what its members' precise duties were, and the original contract of the 4.4 million ... collect "financial documentation", downloading data from computers. Since there are strict rules regarding this 'data dumping' and what can serve as evidence in a trial, it was this process which made the police presence last so long. The club sought to

16:25

Opinion

Australia on fire

ANDREW J. LINN

It wasn't the first time that Australian winemaker James Tilbrook had seen his future hanging by a thread, dependent on what would happen in the next few hours. WINE OF THE WEEK Monte Real Reserva Bodegas Riojanas was one of the very first ... could not survive. Questions are being asked about the fundamental viability of producing wine in what is certainly becoming the hottest area of the world where grapes grow. But wine is huge business, and apart from consuming 30 litres per head

15:56

Opinion

Where's the sensitivity?

JOSÉ MIGUEL AGUILAR

...started singing in the hope of gaining a few coins for his improvised concert; the chorus and intonation were not important, what mattered was the strength of his spirit before he went off, taking his music elsewhere. Later more came; they didn't ... is what makes us different from animals. It seems that now not everyone is capable of being affected by violent scenes involving less fortunate beings, of weeping before a situation of injustice or simply being saddened by someone else's