Following the success of last year's 'Earth of Hunger' exhibition, the es.Arte gallery in San Pedro Alcántara is presenting a new collection of art that aims to highlight ethnic, cultural, linguistic and economic inequalities. In its struggle for awareness and change, the contemporary art gallery is hosting a special exhibition called 'Be a Woman and Smile', a group exhibition with a common message: "Fight for a change in order to give women the power to express themselves with art".
A total of 15 national and international artists have come together to exhibit their work, which focuses on the strength, capacity, sensibility, understanding, love and beauty of the female figure. The colourful and extremely visual works have been produced by both male and female artists, as the exhibition is not an appeal to feminism, but to respect and equality.
The collection will be inaugurated at 7pm on Friday (today) to coincide with International Woman's Day. The artists will be on hand to discuss their work and answer any questions regarding their inspiration, style and technique.
The exhibition, which is free, can be visited Monday to Friday between 11am and 2pm and 6pm and 9pm until 29 March.
For more information, www.esartegallery.com