More than 2,000 people visit the exhibition of Miguel Sala Coll


THE ANTHOLOGICAL exhibition of the painter Miguel Sala Coll closed last week after having received an exceptional number of visitors.

Over the month-long exhibition, more than 2,000 people visited the Lambert Arts Center to enjoy the oil paintings of the local artist, who specialises in depicting marina and everyday-life scenes.

Councillor for Culture, Quico Moragues expressed great satisfaction over the reception of the exhibition and also the reception of the exhibition of Rosa Padilla which is still in full swing in the Casa del Cable, sharing space with the newly-opened exhibition of the ‘Illes del Mon’ on the Avenida Marina Espanola.

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