Some say that “Variety is the spice of life” – and there is no doubting that ANA’s fast growing reputation as a hybrid collection of international artists, is now taking hold in the local area and beyond.
This is your last chance to catch this amazing exhibition of prints by 19 ANA artists. All works are for sale, at affordable prices and can be bought multiple times, being prints!
The exhibition is at the Magic Cafe, which is a lively venue situated in Capileira. The opening night is 7pm 11th March.
Inauguración 23 Feb, 19h – 22h
Casa de la Cultura – Augustin Martin Zaragoza
Avenida Gonzalez y Robles, 34 18400 Órgiva Granada
(The old school building in front of the big new theatre)
Open every day 17h – 22h. 24th Feb – 12th March
Maxine was trying to paint black skin using watercolours. She says she did not achieve what she wanted but liked the painting never the less. This painting is called Kojo, it is 50cm x 60cm and painted in watercolour. It was created in Berlin in 2013.
Paintings by Marilyn Fox and Maxine Friday
Dates: 30th Jan until the 17th Feb 2017
See the videos of this enchanting exhibition.
Come take a trip into the magic spiritual world of Maxine Friday’s art and also catch the creative endeavours of Marilyn Fox.
There will be live music, food, drinks, dancing and much more on the opening and closing nights.
Location: Las Torcas, Tablones, Órgiva
Here at ANA we’ve been spending some quiet time looking back on a successful first year of development – but, like the old two-headed Roman god, Janus – we’re also looking forward to some exciting plans for the year ahead.
ANA has been currently presenting a photographic exhibition at Las Torcas called Contra Dicciónes – by new members Charley Werff & Klaus Schumacher. The exhibition dates have been extended and now we are happy to invite you to the closing night party! Friday 27th January 6 – 9pm
Emma Plunkett made this video as a sort of souvenir from the event. She says, “It is about a slice in time, the general atmosphere and the people that came along, rather than concentrating on any actual artwork.”
The live music was great. The band was outside, so everyone was outside too, which meant people could get around to see the art without the crowds.