Marbella / Estepona
Magpie International Gallery.
Marbella. Until 23 January. C/Virgen del Pilar. 200m from port.
An exhibition of art work entitled ‘Relaciones’ (Relations) by Austrian artist Dana Nowak.
Marbella. Until 13 February, Cortijo Miraflores, C/San Pedro Alcántara
‘Kuu: Poéticas de la luna’ is the title of the exhibition by Peruvian artist Cecilia Noriega-Bozovich, It comprises 21 canvases.
Estepona. Until 27 January, Casa de la Juventud.
Around a dozen, large format works make up the exhibition entitled ‘En Resumen’ by Argentinian artist Daniel Jameson.
Marbella. Until 4 February, Galeria Yusto /Giner, C/Madera.
‘El favor de las Bellas’ is the first individual exhibition by Ángeles Agrela. Combining sketching, painting, video and photography, Agrela explores, principally, the human form.
Museum Jorge Rando
Malaga. Cruz del Molinillo, 12
The works of contemporary artist Jorge Rando are on permanent display. The museum also holds poetry and musical events.
Malaga Until 27 February, Alfajar Galería C/Císter 1.
‘Suite para cielo -infierno’ is an exhibition by Madrid artist Fernando Robles Vásquez.
Malaga. Until 25 February, Galería GACMA, C/Fidias, 48.
Thirty artists under the age of 35 and with links to Malaga will be presenting their work in this exhibition aimed at promoting emerging new talent.
Malaga. Until 28 January, ArsMálaga Palacio Episcopal
Around 100 religious paintings, sculptures and drawings in tribute to sculptor Luis Ortega Bru.
Casa Gerald Brenan
Churriana. Until 1 February. Casa de Gerald Brenan, C/Torremolinos
A collection of photographs of Brenan, his wife and the many friends, among them writers, aristocrats and beatniks, that visited the house in Churriana.
Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich
Malaga. Until 29 January, La Térmica, Avda de los Guindos.
A tribute to more than 40 famous prints from the 20th century created by photographer Sandro Miller with John Malkovich as the principal figure in each one.
The body, window to the soul
Malaga. Until 4 February, Sala de exposiciones La Térmica.
The American photographer Ryan McGinley is exhibiting more than 400 photographs of young nudes. The exhibition entitled ‘Yearbook’ attempts to communicate the values of youth: freedom, optimism, sensuality, emotion and freshness.
Malaga. Until 5 February, Salas de La Coracha, Museo del Patrimonio Municipal, Paseo de Reding.
The exhibition includes thirty two canvases completed over the last five years and which are bucolic scenes from across the province.
Malaga. Until 5 February, Museo Picasso Málaga
A retrospective exhibition of work by Joaquín Torres-García; from his early work in Barcelona at the end of the 19th century up to his last paintings finished in the 40s.
Malaga Until 9 February, Diputación de Málaga.
Photographer Sebastián González is holding an exhibition of photos taken around the Caminito del Rey to help promote the area as a tourist destination.
Malaga Until 11 February, Columna JM, Duquesa de Parcent.
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Malaga Until 18 February, Columna JM, Duquesa de Parcent.
An exhibition entitled ‘The Greatest Story’. The painting is a huge mural consisting of five panels depicting a complete series of Bible stories. It is on display for only a short time before being shipped to Aarhus, Denmark.
Jesús González de la Torre
Malaga. Until 28 February, Sala Unicaja Siglo, Plaza del Siglo. 1st floor
‘A no entender entendiendo’ is an exhibition of paintings in large format by Madrid artist Jesús González de la Torre.
Malaga. Until 5 March, Centro de Arte Contemporáneo.
‘Cámara de las Maravillas’ is the name of the surreal exhibition by Mark Ryden. His art features angelic faces with macabre undertones.’
Nerja. Until 25 January, Sala Municipal, C/Almirante Ferrándiz.
A selection of paintings by artist Javier Rueda.
Economistas en el Arte
Nerja. Until 5 March, Museo de Nerja.
The exhibition comprises works by different artists who combine a disparate theme, art and economy.
Vélez-Málaga. Until 23 January, Centro de Arte Contemporáneo.
‘This exhibition ‘Bram, campo de refugiados’ is by the photographer Agustí Centelles who was one of the Spanish Republicans that fled to France after the Civil War. He is now considered one of the pioneers of modern photo-journalism in Europe.
Frigiliana. Until 25 February, Galería Krabbe, C/Rosarico La Joaquin.
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Mijas / Fuengirola / Benalmádena
Mijas Pueblo. Until 31 January. Chemas Wine &Tapas, C/Málaga 10
Works by Sinikka Ahokas-Gröhn, Margit Björklund, Elaine Carlton and Richard Wood. Open daily noon until midnight, except Wednesdays. Tel. 722 17 05 17 / 952 590 610. New work at Clinca Veterinaria, Avd. México 21 by Sinikka Ahokas-Gröhn, Margit Björklund and Richard Wood can be seen until January 13. Tel. 952 485 740. www.artistaseclecticos.com
Mijas. Until 6 February, Centro Cultural La Cala
The exhibition of photographs are taken by the Shutterbugs camera club. Inauguration 13 January at 8pm.
Colours of Hope
Arroyo de la Miel. Until 9 February. Fogga de Málaga, Blas Infante 31, Urb. Bello Horizonte.
A collection of art work by Anne Engholm, Henri Kivioja, Kristina Lähteenmäki-Hein, Pirjo Ouvinen and Victoria Rodriguez Castillo. www.facebook.com/foggamalaga
Los Bolichos. From 1 until 23 February. Sala de Exposiciones, Los Bolichos town hall.
A selection of water colour paintings by Mercedes Llamazares.
José María Córdoba
Fuengirola. Until 28 February, Patio-Top Garden Centre.
“The paintings of José María Córdoba work as a window open to the world” commented the art critique Ángel Luis Pérez Villén. The exhibition entitled ‘Confluences’ runs until the end of February.
Ronda. Until March, Museo Joaquín Peinado.
Malaga artists José medina Galeote and Juan Manuel Rodríguez are both exhibiting in the museum until March.
‘The Edge of Forever’
Granada. Until 18 February, Biblioteca de Andalucía, C/Profesor Sainz Cantero, 6.
International art photographer Tariq Dajani is exhibiting a collection of his work inspired by the ancient muslim civilisation of Al-Ándalus.