Art Gaucin 2022

18 studios will open their doors to show the work of 21 artists. This year Art Gaucín counts with new incorporations such as Paco Vivar Brinkmann, Jenny Collins and Raffaela Zenoni, as well as Marta Bernad as guest artist.

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Sánchez Zabaleta : “Art and science in the XXI century”

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.

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Juan Antonio Sangil interview

Diary of a Ceramist, interview with Juan Antonio Sangil, who stands out for both his sculptural work and his work as a teacher. https://diariodeunceramista.wordpress.com/2020/04/22/entrevista-a-juan-antonio-sangil/

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Visit guide Art Gaucin 2019

Access all the information with this map where you can see where are the studios of the 22 artists that participate in the Art Gaucín Open Studios this year. Download the map

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Art Gaucín 2019

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…

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Ana Pellón exhibits in Paris

Ana Pellón is showing her latest work, “The soul…light of the interior”, in Paris this month (February) at the Espace Culturel Bertin Poirée. “The void is an enigma, the thread that crosses structures and converges with the world of dreams. This emptiness is not real, there is a seed of life that has been and…

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Art Gaucín 2019

Visit us at the Open Studios in May and June. This year we have several new artists and new studios. Come and see our newest members, our three guest artists and, of course, the latest works by our established painters, photographers, sculptors, printmakers and ceramicists.

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