<![CDATA[Málaga Turismo]]> <![CDATA[Kazimir Malevich]]> 15 Sep - 3 Feb
Kazimir Malevich is one of the most famous artists of the 20th century. In the mid-1910s, he created a trend in abstract art which he christened ‘Suprematism’ (from the Latin supremus – the highest), and he continues to influence painters, architects and designers all over the world. The exhibition presented in Málaga draws on the collection of works by Malevich from the Russian...


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<![CDATA[The Fury of Colour. Francisco Iturrino (1864–1924)]]> 6 Oct - 3 Mar
With this exhibition, the Carmen Thyssen Museum Málaga seeks to offer a new perspective on one of the most notable artists in its permanent collection, Francisco Iturrino (Santander, 1864–Cagnes-sur-Mer, France, 1924), a key figure in the introduction of modernity into Spain. The show will highlight how the artist’s unique painting was the result not only of his individual preferences,...


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<![CDATA[Modern Utopias]]> 4 Dec - 2 Mar
This new semi-permanent route, presented through 2020, tells the tale of the great utopias of the 20th and 21st centuries through major works from the Centre Pompidou. This themed, chronological multimedia route is divided into six main sections: ‘The Great Utopia’, ‘The End of Illusions’, ‘Whole’, ‘The Radiant City’, ‘Imagining the Future’...


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<![CDATA[Málaga's Carnival]]> 23 Feb - 3 Mar
Carnival in Málaga is an eminently popular festival preceding Lent. It is unique in Málaga because of its multicultural, colourful and spontaneous character when celebrations are held in both the Historic Quarter and in the other districts of the city. They hold hundreds of playful activities during the warm winter of Málaga.  The fiesta, led by the Fundación Ciudadana...


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<![CDATA[Holy Week]]> 14 Apr - 21 Apr
The Semana Santa of Málaga, which has been declared a Fiesta of International Tourist Interest, is a true religious, social and cultural event of the city. As is traditional, the brotherhoods will again this year put a true show on the street that can be enjoyed by our five senses: huge thrones to carry the images that will be rocked during the whole procession, thousands of penitents that...


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<![CDATA[The Night of San Juán ]]> 23 Jun20:00 - 23:55
As in many other parts of the Mediterranean, on the night of 23 June, Midsummer Eve, thousands of Málaga's residents flock to the beaches to celebrate the arrival of summer. Tradition dictates that festival goers carry everything needed to make the celebration a success: wood for bonfires, wishes written on paper to be burned, good music and an appetite to enjoy Málaga's famous...


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<![CDATA[Málaga Fair]]> 10 Aug - 19 Aug
The summer festivities in the city have their roots in the commemoration of Málaga's incorporation into the Castilian crown by the Catholic Monarchs who made their triumphal entrance into the city on 19 August 1487. In 1491, coinciding with the religious celebrations of the Cathedral Council, the Municipal Town Council decreed popular festivities were to be established. It was in 1887 with...


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<![CDATA[Málaga Festival - Spanish Film]]> 15 Mar - 24 Mar
Malaga is hosting another year of the Spanish Film Festival, which will screen the latest films. During these days the city has an amazing atmosphere, attracting well-known actors, directors and other people related to the world of cinema.   There are also many parallel activities that make this one of the city's most important events.   The Cervantes Theatre, the Echegaray Theatre and...


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