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Art and the City

I admit that I had never heard of Oswaldo Guayasamin, Ecuador’s most famous painter, before we arrived in Quito.

Born in poverty in 1919, Guayasamin devoted his artwork to portraying indigenous people, racial discrimination, injustice, violence and the plight of the poor. 477 more words

Travel

D*FACE - DEAD PILOT

It is coming up to a year since we headed to southern Spain, seeking warmer climates…destination Málaga. Invited out in mid November last year, Spraying Bricks tagged along for the journey to witness D*Face paint an epic, 10 storey, 200 ft blank canvas. 99 more words

Museum Sunday

When it comes to specific artistic styles, everyones’ pallet is different. Personally, I prefer modern art  to more classical styles and my preference was validated in my differing opinions regarding the… 124 more words

Time for some culture

Every month in Málaga you can pick up a free guide which publishes a wide variety of different events going on around the city. You can usually find this ‘guía de ocio’ in the teterías, and as a result I’ve been twice to the Teatro Cervantes; first to a solo performance by Ludovio Einaudi, & last week for a concert given by the Orquestra Filharmónica de Málaga (Adagios de Sueño), which was I think one of the best I have been to. 447 more words