“Sol y Sombra – Sun and Shade” The adventure of building up a non- virtual exhibition!
We believed in it, we wanted it, we worked for it and we did it! In April we, the Costa del Arte Collective,…Incredible: The exhibition is up! — Art G. Oppelland-Hampel
We are pleased to announce the opening of our exhibition “Sol y Sombra” on the 29th of October 17h – 20h in the Gallery Art Club in Fuengirola, Málaga. The show will be open from the 30th of October to the 17th of November. We are very happy to welcome you!
That’s what we normally would say. Now in this uncertain times we say: We intent to do so and we work with all our forces to make it possible! Fingers crossed that all rules will work to our advantage! We will keep you posted! Please join our newsletter to get all information in time!
We are a collective of internationally working artists . Our work travels quite a bit – and so do our artists. We hope that all planes fly as announced and all carriers work as planned!
The Gallery Art Club
We are very happy to welcome you to the spacious and bright Gallery Art Club in Fuengirola! The gallery belongs to the Svenska Magasinet. It is situated in a small street parallel to the sea.
There are regular opening times: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11h -14h as well as Tuesday and Thursday from 18h – to 20h. But we are planning to invite private groups outside this time schedule.
Small private groups are welcome!
It will be our pleasure to guide you through the exhibition with your small private group so you can chat with an artist personally. You will feel at ease and enjoy the personal atmosphere. Together we will arrange the time for your visit that suits you best. Write us an email or give us a phone call. You will reach Anouk Slegers under +34 636 637 705
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A peek sneak preview – what can you expect?
You find us in Calle Quedama 8-10 in Fuengirola.
To give you an idea about the area, here a (non interactive map). Best parking at the Paseo Maritimo.
Looking forward to seeing you soon……..
Costa del Arte Collective members (from left to right) Lieuwke Loth, Annabel Keatley, Anouk Slegers, Sally Hirst, Gerrit Oppelland-Hampel