Mijas / Fuengirola
Mijas Pueblo. Until 17 March. Clínica Veterinaria, Avd México 21.
Works by Sinikka Ahokas-Gröhn, Elaine Carlton and Richard Wood. www.artistaseclecticos.com
Los Bolichos. 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.
Mijas Costa. Until 28 February. Hotel Carmen, Boulevard La Cala.
This exhibition by local artist Joy Fahey comprises of watercolour and acrylic paintings.
Mijas. Until 6 March, Centro Cultural de La Cala.
An exhibition by sisters Hana and Gabriela Santini Gravini.
Mijas. Until 13 March, Casa Museo de Mijas.
An exhibition of photographs by Sean Smith.
Marbella / Estepona
Marbella. Until 31 March. La Quinta, between Marbella and San Pedro.
This new gallery specialises in contemporary art and sculpture as well as fine art and impressionist sales.
Magpie International Gallery.
Marbella. Until 23 February. C/Virgen del Pilar.
An exhibition of art work entitled ‘Relaciones’ (Relations) by Austrian artist Dana Nowak.
Marbella. Until 25 March. La Galería Yusto-Giner, C/Madera.
The exhibition ‘La Boca’ is by Malaga artist Beatriz Ros.
Estepona. From 18 February until 5 March, Plaza de Manilva, 6
An exhibition of acrylic and watercolour paintings by Emmanuel Janvier. The inauguration evening on 18th starts at 7pm and will be accompanied by a concert by mezzosoprano Clarice Williams.
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.
Malaga. Until 23 April. Museo Carmen Thyssen, C/Compañia, 10
The exhibition ’Japon. Grabados y objetos de arte’ includes 24 drawings, one painting and around twenty other objects.
Malaga. Until 24 February, Facultad de Bellas Artes, Campus El Ejido, University of Malaga.
The exhibition ‘Death or Glory, (just another story)’ will be on display in the exhibition area of the Facultad de Bellas Artes.
Malaga. Until 27 February, Alfajar Galería C/Císter 1.
‘Suite para cielo-infierno’ is an exhibition by Madrid artist Fernando Robles.
Jesús González de la Torre
Malaga. Until 28 February, Sala Unicaja Siglo, Plaza del Siglo, first floor.
‘A no entender entendiendo’ is an exhibition of paintings in large format by recognised Madrid artist Jesús González de la Torre.
Malaga. Until 2 March, Alianza Francesa, C/Beatas.
The exhibition by Eugenio Rivas is entitled ‘Fall again, fall better’.
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.’
Malaga. Until 12 March, Centro de Arte Contemporáneo.
Lawrence Weiner first exhibited in the CAC Malaga in 2009. He returns with four works entitled ‘There are Things that Move Outside of Motion, 2001’
Malaga. Until 26 February, Recinto Ferial.
An interactive exhibition of life-size dinosaurs. Tickets from www.expojurasico.com
East of Malaga
Economistas en el Arte
Nerja. Until 5 March, Museo de Nerja.
The exhibition comprises works by different arts that combine a disparate theme, art and economy.
Almuñécar. Until 3 March. Espacio Creativo, C/Baja del Mar.
An exhibition and paper-making workshops. Also ‘mini cuadros’ small format art from intenational artists made especially for the exhibition. For workshops tel: 699 801 613
Vélez-Málaga. From 21 February. Sala el Pósito.
An exhibition entitled ‘Paisajes Andaluces’ by Fernando Torres.
Cómpeta. From 18 February until 11 March, Galería Centro de Bellas Artes.
German impressionist, artist Jane Kleinschmit portrays her love and passion for her life in Granada hrough a large selection of dazzling canvasses.
‘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.