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AMAE Collective Exhibition

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The AMAE (Multiart Ibiza Association) will be inaugurating a collective painting and sculpture exhibition in the Palau de Congressos in Santa Eulalia from this Friday, 18th of July, at 8.30pm, featuring forty five Ibizan painters and sculptures.
The association was created less than two years ago since a small group of artists led by veterans Carlos Icardi, Antonio Mendoza and Adolf Aymat, decided to start an art group focused on Ibiza after deciding to leave the Association of Visual Artists of Balears (AAVIB).
You can see the exhibition Monday to Sunday from 6pm to 9.30pm and Sundays also from 12pm until 2pm.
Have a look at the poster to find out the names of the artists
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Pritam presented his ‘Digital Art’ in Atzaró

The Chilean artist Pedro Asalgado, better known as Pritam, opened his exhibition Pritam – Digital Arts’ Sunday in agritourism Atzaró.
This exhibition shows various works of large format digitally printed on canvas, using a technique called Giclée. The exhibition also features other smaller works by the artist, also digitally printed but this time on paper.

IbizaArtGroup at Es Polvorí against petrol surveys

After presenting their proposal in Can Gelabert Binissalem (Mallorca) for a month and a half, the exhibition ‘The Posidònia’ Ibizan art collective IbizaArtGrup reaches Ibiza, at es Polvorí until the 3rd of August. The exhibition will travel to Formentera in November.
Gilbert Herreyns, Michel Buades, Carles Guasch, Rafel Tur Costa, Anneliese Witt, Pedro Asensio, Gabriel Morera, Àngel Lloreda, Bonet Vallribera, Adrián Cardona, Enric Riera, Josep Rosales, Jesús Albarrán and Renato Steinmeyer are the forteen artists that participate in the exhibition.
The exhibition is meant as a protest against the petrol surveys off the coasts of Ibiza and Formentera.

Eduardo Bermejo at Sushi Point – For the Sake of It

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Sushipoint Ibiza presents an interesting exhibition of the Valencian painter Eduardo Bermejo. “For the Sake of it”, which includes a set of the works of this talented artist with an interesting history. Self-taught, he began painting murals on the street, then going to the canvas, where he found a perfect channel to express his creativity. Starting from a classical base, his paintings become a torrent of imagination, with mixtures of different images and textures that make them an appealing invitation to dream.

P/Art Ibiza Summer Openning

The sculptor Lorenzo Quinn and photographer Rosa Cañadas top the group exhibition ‘Summer Collection’ P/Art Ibiza Gallery, along with other international artists such as Antonio Mora, Patrizia Longarini, Eka Acosta, Veronica Martinez or Sebas Brau, among others. The photographer and responsible for the gallery, Patrizia Longarini, who also will also exhibit some of her works, said they are very proud to bring to Ibiza artists of this stature, opting for a very international and varied line up to accommodate all aspects of art. Have a closer look on their website
www.partibiza.com/
Or follow them on facebook
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Exibizionismus – Jull Dziamski and Igor Morski open their second joint exhibition in Ibiza

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Friends and Polish artists and Igor Morski Jull Dziamski are exhibiting again in Ibiza, after their first joint exhibition in February this year. The show opened Saturday at the art space in the Exibizionismus on Via Punica, 57 in Ibiza Town, and can be enjoyed until August 15th.
The exhibition features over 50 works in total, 20 Jull and 30 Morski, where you can see the great influence of the authors among them. “We have managed to find space between jobs, to enter the mind of the other and present a fusion of works”, wrote the artists in the explanatory text of the sample.
Both artists are characterized by a great symbolism and surrealism that clearly reflects the major influence by artists such as Magritte and Dali.

Rita Bermhardt at Mezzanotte

On the walls of the inside garden at Mezzanotte, in the Passeig de S’Alamera in Santa Eulalia, you can see and buy Rita Bermhardt’s sculpted paintings. Her creations are simplistic representations of parts of nature, extracting the essential beauty.

The Moscow Ballet celebrates its 25th anniversary with a performance in Ibiza

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The Moscow Ballet celebrates this year the twenty-fifth anniversary of its founding with a tour that is taking them all over Spain and will land in Ibiza on the 21st of August at 9pm, at the Congress Palace of Santa Eulalia with what is possibly its best known performance, Swan Lake.
The ballet of the Russian capital was founded in 1989 by Russian choreographer and dancer Timur Fayziev and since its inception it has comprised some of the most prominent dancers and choreographers from such prestigious companies as Bolshoi and Stanislavsky.

Flamenco Fusion in Santa Eulalia

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Renewal of flamenco dancing with innovative elements of contemporary dance making the absence of the “bailaor” on stage a chance to explore new languages. This could define the activity of Increpación Danza, group that will present on July 19th, at 9.30pm, its show ‘XX’ at the Palacio de Congresos in Santa Eulalia, a date with innovation and feeling. You have tickets for sale (18 € now 20 € at the box office the day of the show) in Holidays in Santa Eulalia and Holy-Sport in Ibiza. This show is included within the program helps Platea cultural programming that has adhered to the Consistory and is promoted by the National Institute of Performing Arts and Music Ministry of Culture.
‘XX’ is a montage released in 2013 and is a collection of the four most representative dances in the history of the company. ‘Increpación Danza’ was born in 1993 from the will to research new languages in an attempt to unite flamenco and contemporary dance. This show will also be performed in Barcelona in September. Find out more on their website
http://www.increpacion.com/

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