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Twelve artists from six countries present their work at Malaga Airport

Art Exhibition Malaga Airport

Twelve European artists based in Andalusia and belonging to the Andalusian International Artists Association (AIA) presents a group exposition at Malaga Airport-Costa del Sol until the 23rd of September.

Entitled ‘Where’ (Donde), the selection gathered at the exhibition hall of the Terminal 3 is an acknowledgement to AndalucĂ­a, through a visual tour of some of the hallmarks of the territory.

Paintings, sculptures, photographs and tapestries offer continuous allusions to Andalusia, home to the authors, according to a statement of Malaga airport. The artists have used light, colour, environments or Andalusian artists such as Picasso, to inspire some of the exhibits of various techniques.

The AIA Group is made up of professional visual artists from Europe and America who live and work in Andalusia. Artists are Enrique Linaza (Spain), Philip Magee (Ireland), Gordon Haslett (England), Dolores Cummiskey (Ireland), Roger Cummiskey (Ireland), Juan Cruz (Spain), Diana Worthy (England), Richard Wood (England), Vejay K. Singh (England), Johannes Broedelet (Netherlands), Eleazar Galea (Malta) and Auli Suvanto (Finland).

The exhibition is open until September 23 in the exhibition hall of the T 3 in the Arrivals area (Public area). The opening hours of the exhibition are from 12 am to 2 pm and from 4 pm to 8 pm.

‘Flying among dreams’ exposition at Malaga airport

Costa del Sol Airport will host the exhibition of paintings and prints ‘Flying among dreams’ of the painter and designer Paola Aragon. It brings together nearly fifty engravings and paintings of allegorical reminiscence.

Specifically, these are the paintings and engravings of the Chilean painter and designer, member of the Andalusian Association of Illustrators and the Association of Plastic Artists from Malaga (Aplama), which proposes a dreamlike and colorful journey.

The exhibition will be open until July 31 in the exhibition hall of the T3 in the arrivals area, Tuesday to Sunday from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm and from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Malaga airport houses a sample of more than 70 works from Mainoba

Malaga Airport receives in its facilities a new sample of more than 70 works of Mainoba collective.

In particular, the exhibition hall of the T3 includes a selection of paintings by 28 art enthusiasts that make up the group and which have selected 72 works for this particular collection.

Through paintings, watercolors and pastels, Mainoba offers a journey through different painting techniques with a common denominator: a festival of color that serves as leitmotif of the exhibition and invites imagination.

The selection of paintings remains in the exhibition hall of the terminal T3 in the Arrivals area, until May 31 and can be visited from 11 am to 1 pm and from 6 pm to 8 pm, as reported from Spanish Airports and Air Navigation (Aena) through a statement.

Malaga Air Museum located in the airport’s original terminal

From now on it is possible to visit the new historic district at the Malaga Air Museum located in the airport’s original terminal.

This building was Malaga Airport from 1948 to 1968, then Aeroclub and finally served as General Aviation Terminal until 2007.

The new permanent exhibition rooms occupy three floors, which reflect the evolution of air transport and the influence on the development of Malaga through tourism.

The content of 3,000 square meters of exhibition includes pieces from all airports in Spain related to aviation and airports, historic aircrafts on display, an observatory at the historic airport control tower or the visit to the cockpit of a DC-9 aircraft from Iberia.

Visitors can find out about the operations at an airport, along with the evolution of aviation and airport technology, aircraft engines, design of runways, lighting beacons, radio and teletype, and the performance of the various professions, such as such as air traffic controller, falconer, signalman, stewardess or pilot.

Finally, in the interactive showroom various mechanisms will show the principles of physics applied to aviation.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 10 am to 2 pm. Tuesday, 5 pm to 8 pm.

The museum is closed Mondays and Dec. 25, Jan. 1 and Holy Thursday and Friday (Easter). Admission is free.