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The Culture Clique focuses on the Art and culture of Spain’s regions, Cities and Villages, to quench your thirst for knowledge on the Arts of Spain throughout the history including modern Art.

Pablo Picasso Art in Malaga

Malaga Museum Presents Fresh Reading Of Work Of Picasso

17th March 2017 0

As of March 14, the rooms housing the Museo Picasso Málaga’s permanent collection are refreshed, and more visitor-friendly and informative about Pablo Picasso’s work. The new design is predominantly chronological, showing how the artist’s work […]

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Gallery Art Club – Fuengirola

13th March 2017 0

Gallery Art Club, GAC is a gallery run by the artists themselves. It´s been opened since November 2015 with Haze Westerlund  at the helm. In september 2016 Klas Blomstrand joined forces with Haze. Since opening, […]

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Visit Palau Dalmases in Barcelona

5th January 2017 0

This former Baroque palace on the historic Calle Montcada is a rare architectural gem and was once the meeting place of an aristocratic scholarly society. Palau Dalmases is among the most beautiful 17th century palaces in Barcelona, situated […]

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Spanish civil war art to be shown in London

30th December 2016 0

Exhibition celebrates Spain’s 1937 International Exposition pavilion, which showcased works by Picasso and Miró An exhibition coming to London in January will attempt to recreate the impact of the Spanish pavilion of 1937, a little […]


Emerging Art Fair Madrid – JustMAD 2017

19th December 2016 0

Curated Venture JustMAD is gearing up to launch 2017’s iteration next February. Soon we shall be announcing our curatorial team as well as new sections. In the meantime, everyone in the team wishes to extend […]

Ana Art

Ana Torralba – An Artist Reaching out

23rd November 2016 0

ANA TORRALBA – Artist Ana Torralba Loyo was born in Santander in 1987. She later moved to Madrid where she joined the Faculty of Fine Arts. Her interest for photography and video began to take shape […]

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