Silvia Franco and Ira Goldberg are part of a group exhibition from 4 to 21 October at Palacio Santo Domingo in Ronda.
Raffaela Zenoni designs sets for the opera Don Pasquale.
Sequenda Opera Studio & Orchestre de Chambre du Luxembourg
Donizetti’s opera Don Pasquale is a timeless turbulent comedy full of twists, intrigue and soulful moments. Don Pasquale, a rich bachelor of advanced years decides to marry in order to disinherit his nephew Ernesto who, against his uncle’s wishes, wants to marry the penniless widow Norina. But his confidant Malatesta sides with the young couple and sets a trap for them. Caterina Panti Liberovici’s vaudeville-style production with typical commedia dell’arte characters provides entertaining entertainment. With young talents as soloists and an expressive stage design made of pictures by the Swiss artist Raffaela Zenoni, the Compagnie Sequenda underlines its outstanding reputation in the international opera field.
Joseba Sánchez Zabaleta is part of the collective exhibition”Art and science of the XXI century”.This exhibition organized by the Arcilla Foundation and the National Museum of Natural Sciences of Madrid can be seen, brings together some thirty artists to talk about Art and Science.It can be visited from March 25 to August 30, 2021.
Joseba Sánchez Zabaleta, Art Gaucin´s member, presents his new individual exhibition, “Intemperie” (Out there. Out in the open.) at Sala Parés in Barcelona next November 9.
Out there: Out in the open.
Joseba Sánchez Zabaleta takes us there and leaves us alone, naked, in the open. As is the artist always; as is all deep, true and honest art, born of reflection and emotion, the only one that can touch us.
Far from the noise of fashions and passing trends, JSZ has already shown that he is a master of atmospheric expression and the portrait of the aura of the object, but now he goes one step further towards an austere and refined mystique that rises at expressive heights like a Bach cantata. The works gathered in this open sky take us to that outer place where there is no longer any refuge or excuse, showing with all its rawness the desolate space, covered with dust and mud, where the remains of all the lived lives to unveil without concessions the empty face of modernity.
The open sky forces us to look at what we do not want to see, making the invisible visible in a stark
20 studios will open their doors in Gaucín during the Open studios 2019.
This year, 22 artists will show their works at Gaucin’s celebrated Open Studios event.
Visitors are welcome to meet the artists in their studios and to see a wide variety of works, styles and techniques, from paintings and prints to ceramics and sculpture.
This year the Art Gaucin group welcomes three new members: Christine Spencer-Green, Ira Goldberg and Catherine Hunter.
We also have three new guest artists from the region: Karina Zothner (Tarifa), Pepe Barroso (Algeciras) and Lieuwke Loth (Cómpeta).
With these new faces and new works, we invite you to save the dates for the 16th Art Gaucin Open Studios event which we hope will be better than ever. Don’t miss it!