From the council: The exhibition of paintings by Teresa Nájera will be inaugurated next Sunday, November 15, at 12 noon at the Mojácar Centro de Arte. Visitors will be able to enjoy the thirty oil paintings and watercolours by the famous painter, Teresa Nájera, up to the 30th of this month. The artist, who was born in Logroño in the La Rioja region, is a great admirer of Mojácar and a lover of painting. She Continue reading Mojacar art exhibition
I was secretly disappointed not to be an exhibitor at the Vera Photo Club’s exhibition ongoing in Mojácar. As a Professional Photographer (I once sold a print…) this, I felt, was the sort of thing that I should Be In. Of course, having nobody to blame but myself for my own disorganisation and incompetence for not getting around to join the club, I couldn’t really complain. Although I did. Trouble is, I’m spreading myself too Continue reading A trip to the Vera Photo Club exhibition in Mojácar
There’s an interesting exhibition currently going on at the Garrucha cultural centre, in which local journalist Manuel León is exhibiting 400 portraits of random citizens of Garrucha from over the last 150 years. It’s part of the celebrations of Garrucha’s 150 years as an independent town, and the idea is to reconnect Garrucheros with familiar faces from the past, the “true history” of the village, as Manuel puts it. Simple faces of simple people, they Continue reading Garrucha celebrates the people of its past
Ric Polansky – one of Mojácars “characters”- is holding an exhibition of photos from the last 40 years down at the Prime Properties office in Parque Comercial, Mojacar. Story: Ric Polansky holds “40 years of Mojacar” exhibition I’ve seen his photos – amazing what this area was like over the last 40 years! Worth popping in.
I’ve been told that Miki is holding an exhibition of paintings, mainly concentrated around Bullfighting, in the Mojacar cultural centre starting on Friday. More info> http://www.goodaboom.com/MikisBlog.html
A collection of paintings by award-winning artist Eduardo Roca will be exhibited at the “Villanita” in Avenida Barcelona in Cuevas del Almanzora. The exhibition, entitled An Uncertain Journey”, has been organised by art expert Miguel Servera, the Director of the Sa Pleta Freda gallery in Mallorca and forrner director of the Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation. Servera took on the restoration of Villanita with the aim of opening its doors after 20 years for events Continue reading Eduardo Roca painting exhibition in Cuevas