Exhibition of collective art in Javea

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THE CASA del Cable on Avenida Marina Espanola, Javea will play host to an exhibition of collective art from Friday June 2.

The international art exhibition will bring together for the first time in real space, the work of nineteen featured artists from three countries.

Their work will be grouped by country in three large sections – French, Argentinian and Spanish.

These artists have spent many years exhibiting, both individually and collectively, and they have all achieved recognition in their countries of origin.

Their work can also be grouped into two sectors, according to their techniques.

One sector, composed of both Argentinian and Spanish artists, is expressed through figurative engraving and graphic work.

Artists – Paco Aguilar, Mercedes Puente, Miguel Angel Maciel, Yolanda Carbajales, Rafael Gil and Deborah Chapman.

The other sector shows work created through the technique of abstract informalism or geometric use of oil, acrylic or mixed media on canvas or wood.

Artists – Massin, Andre Lambert, Monica Lebedinsky, Lidia Prause, Juan A. Caravaca, Antonio San Martin, Lola Castillejo, Charles-Henri Lavanne, Colette Denizot, Claudine Boucq and Bernadette Morand.

WATCH OUT FOR – Argentinian Daniel Miraglia, who uses digitized expression for his work, will exhibit. Daniel comes from the world of music and makes digital compositions of his own music, both in still and mobile images.

WATCH OUT FOR – Spanish artist Fuensanta Ninirola, has, after years of using brush and spatula, moved to digital work, printing compositions in methacrylates and paper.

The nineteen artists are eagerly awaiting the inauguration, which will be attended by part of the Argentinian team, a large part of the French and almost all the Spanish artists.

Opening times

June and September
Tuesday – Saturday: 10.30am – 1.30pm and 6.00pm – 9.00pm.
Sunday – 10.30am – 1.30pm.

July and August
Tuesday – Saturday: 10.30am – 1.30pm and 7.00pm – 11.00pm.
Sunday – 10.30am – 1.30pm.

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