Contemporary Art Exhibition in Malaga Premium Hotel
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Here comes an amazing art exhibition to Malaga Premium Hotel thanks to Mara Saiz. The photographer from Madrid will fill our hotel in Malaga with her photographs that communicate and travel from eye to heart. This exhibition of contemporary art in Malaga is part of Preámbulo, the programme of cultural activities organised by Premium Group in April. Preámbulo brings many surprises and this art exhibition is just an appetizer of what is yet to come. Do you want to know more details about Mara Saiz, her works and Preámbulo? Keep reading and don’t wait until somebody tells you about it.
Art Exhibition in Malaga: “Cuando creo, creo”
Mara Saiz comes with plenty of artworks. This art exhibition at Malaga Premium Hotel features her “artistic photographs for self-recognition”. An exercise to connect human beings with their own essence. Her artwork emphasises the importance and power of colour in the printed image. Her very particular way of seeing the world is reflected in works with pictorial nuances and the constant search for beauty and light.
If you are not yet familiar with the work of this Spanish artist and you are in Malaga, you should not miss the opportunity to admire some of her captivating pieces. At Premium Group we love art, creativity and colour. That’s why, when we met Mara, we all agreed that she should bring her artwork to our hotel in Malaga.
Now, if you are wondering when and how you will be able to enjoy Mara’s artwork at Malaga Premium Hotel, do not worry, the opening event is just around the corner. The exhibition will be presented on April 16th at 11.30 am. Since then the hotel lobby and the Bendito restaurant will be transformed into an art gallery for a while. Only a select group of guests will be able to attend this event, but do not suffer, this exhibition is designed for everyone to enjoy.
Opening Hours of The Art Exhibition in Malaga by Mara Saiz
Due to current health restrictions and to ensure that all visitors are safe, visiting hours are set from Monday to Sunday from 1 pm to 10.20 pm for the works in the hall of our gastronomic hotel. As for the works on display in our Bendito restaurant, visiting hours will be from Monday to Thursday from 1 pm to 6.30 pm and from Friday to Sunday from 1 pm to 10.30 pm.
Art Exhibition in Malaga:
Malaga Premium Hotel: from Monday to Sunday from 1 pm to 10.20 pm.
Bendito Malaga restaurant: from Monday to Thursday from 1 pm to 6.30 pm and from Friday to Sunday from 1 pm to 10.30 pm.
Moreover, as you know, this exhibition of contemporary art in Malaga opens on April 16th. But there is no need to hurry, because it stays with us until June 11th. Such an amazing exhibition cannot be seen in a hurry. Take your time and enjoy!
An Art Exhibition in Malaga Launches the Preámbulo Programme
The photographic exhibition of Mara Saiz in our hotel in Malaga is a great event and we are honoured to inaugurate that way the new programme of cultural activities of Premium Group:Preámbulo.
For us, and we hope for you too, Preámbulo is much more than a cultural programme. In fact, we like to call it the NO-PROGRAMME, because it adapts to your rhythm and your mood. Since we do not always feel like the same thing, Preámbulo and Premium Group offer you a wide variety of activities. Gastronomic events at our Malaga restaurants Yubá, Bendito, Batik or La Fábrica, art exhibitions, cocktails and live music. Everything you can imagine will have a place in Preámbulo. Because we want you to share the Premium Life with us and there is nothing more Premium than deciding what to do with your time.
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