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Painting after postmodernism Belgium-USA exhibition at Palacio Episcopal in Malaga
Painting after postmodernism Belgium-USA exhibition at Palacio Episcopal in Malaga / SUR

Around the galleries

  • The latest exhibitions on offer around the region

Malaga

Peter Doig

Malaga. Until 25 June, Centro de Arte Contemporáneo.

‘Studiofilmclub’ is an exhibition by Scottish artist Peter Doig. It consists of posters created by the artist advertising films for his cineclub in Trinidad and Tobago.

Peter Doig exhibition at the CAC

Peter Doig exhibition at the CAC / SUR

Arte y superación

Malaga. Until 23 June. La Sala Moreno Villa.

An exhibition of art works by international renowned artists of the Mouth and Foot Painters Association.

Faces in a family album

Malaga. Until 30 June, Sala 17, La Térmica.

A selection of photographs taken by film producer Isobel Coixet of some of the stars in the films.

Gino Hollander

Malaga. Until 1 July, Museo Unicaja Joaquín Peinado de Ronda, Plaza del Gigante.

An exhibition of paintings by American artist Gino Hollander.

Lo Indaliano

Malaga. Until 1 July, Museo Unicaja Joaquín Peinado de Ronda, Plaza del Gigante.

Fifty works that reflect the effect of Lo Indaliano on contemporary art in Almeria.

Gino Hollander

Gino Hollander / SUR

Painting after postmodernism Belgium-USA

Malaga. Until 2 July, Palacio episcopal, Plaza del Obispo.

This exhibition has been brought to Malaga by Roberto Polo, patron of The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. It consists of a collection of paintings by eight Belgian and eight American artists.

Automobile museum

Malaga. Until 20 July. Avda Sor Teresa Prat

The museum has an interesting exhibition of haute couture as well as vintage cars.

Olor de Malaga

Malaga. Until 25 July. Museo de Patrimonio Municipal. Paseo de Reding.

An interactive exhibition that takes the visitor through the history and customs of Malaga by sights and smells. www.museodelpatrimoniomunicipal.malaga.eu

Incendiar el Velo

Malaga. Until 30 September, August by appt.JM Galería.

A collective exhibition by Ana Teresa Ortega, Chema Cobo, Mario Espliego, Paula Rubio Infante, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Tete Álvarez.

Marbella

Legendary vinyls

Marbella. Until 31 July. Auditorio Felipe VI.

‘Portadas míticas’ is an exhibition of legendary records from the 70s and 80s such as the Spanish and American editions of ‘Sticky Fingers’ by The Rolling Stones. The American version showed Mick Jagger’s jeans, while the Spanish edition showed a disturbing picture of bloodied fingers sticking out of a can.

Mijas

Livia Oliveira Alencar

Mijas. From 26 June until 10 July. Centro Cultural la Cala de Mijas.

An exhibition of paintings by Livia Oliveira Alencar.

Happy Artists

Mijas Costa. Until 20 July. Hotel Carmen, Bulevard de la Cala de Mijas.

An exhibition of works by Jane Gomis.

Axarquía

Galería Krabbe ‘Solstice’

Frigiliana. Until 25 June. Galería Krabbe, C/Rosario La Joaquín.

A new solo exhibition of artwork by Carline Krabbe entitled ‘Soltice’.

Maite Morillos and Pilili

Almuñécar. From 23 June until 8 July. Sala de Exposiciones, Casa de la Cultura.

A joint exhibition of paintings.

Luz de la Vida Summer exhibition

Cómpeta. Until 15 July. Galería Luz de la Vida.

International artists including Swiss Anne-Barbara Lenzin, Germans Gerrit Oppelland-Hampel and Christa Hilekampf, British Rosie Venables, Spanish Paz Sanz and gallery ownery Lieuwke Loth, are exhibiting pieces of their work which includes sculpture as well as paintings and ceramics. Facebook:galerialuzdelavida or online www.luzdelavida.esç

Torremolinos

Photography competition

Torremolinos. Lower floor of town hall.

Over 600 photographs were entered into the competition, the best of which are currently being exhibited.

Fuengirola

Roger Cummiskey

Fuengirola. Until 30 June. Arte y Cocina Restaurante, C/Miguel de Cervantes also Mr Rohs in C/Pancracia. until 29 June

‘Sabor de España’ or ‘Taste of Spain’ is an interesting collection of paintings combining influences based on James Joyce and Miguel de Cervantes and other Spanish related themes by Roger Thomas Cummiskey, Irish Artist.