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The bishop's palace in Malaga exhibits 26 works of contemporary art

'Narciso' by Ivana de Vivanco.
'Narciso' by Ivana de Vivanco. / SUR
  • The exhibition is open until 16 February on the ground floor of the Palacio Episcopal

The Palacio Episcopal in Malaga is currently hosting a collection of works from the Unicaja Foundation's collection of contemporary art works.

They include pieces by several Malaga artists including Rogelio López Cuenca, Nono Bandera, Noelia García Bandera, Beatriz Ros and Leonor Serrano Rivas.

The latter's video installation, 'Recurring Patterns', opens the tour of the exhibition which aims to showcase "the multiplicity of languages and paths in contemporary art", in the words of the Foundation's head of Plastic Arts and Museum Spaces, Emilia Garrido.

From the minimalist restraint of Inma Femenía, Noelia García Bandera and Rosell Mesenguer, to the suggestive pictorial bond between Nico Munuera and Javier Garcerá, the canvasses establish a rich dialogue from their very different formal and aesthetic approaches.

The exhibition is open until 16 February on the ground floor of the Palacio Episcopal (former bishop's palace), which also has an exhibition of 'Sorolla Tierra Adentro' running until the end of this month.