Excitement is growing around “ancient” paintings discovered on the blocks of an ancient stone wall in Aulago (Gérgal) which some experts think may be prehistoric cave art. The paintings were discovered by a local man called Miguel Brocal, who alerted the authorities to their presence. What he was doing levering the blocks out of the wall has not been vouchsafed, one hopes he was simply repairing it. A unit formed of architects, conservators and art Continue reading Someone found a cave painting on a masonry wall block….
Luis Cañadas was known as Almería’s foremost artist and was one of the founders and great proponents of indaliano, the artistic movement concentrated around Mojacar. He passed away yesterday, aged 85, in Madrid, and his ashes will be scattered in Bentarique, the town he was from. No doubt Lenox will have more information on him – I’m not much up in the art world. La Voz has a nice obituary on him. Not to be Continue reading Luis Cañadas, Almería’s foremost artist, dies
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