Fake Picasso (take 1)
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#Picasso’s hometown, the city of Málaga in #Andalusia, has successfully #reinvented itself as a recognised #Mediterranean hub for #culture, cuisine and the #arts. The city has lost its unfashionable image as the gateway to the package #holiday resorts of the #CostadelSol, and is now consolidating its identity as a #cool city break #destination. However, Málaga’s #creative offering isn’t simply limited to its lively, #historic festivals, unique musical #heritage or trendy tapas bars. Neither is it confined to the city’s world-class #galleries such as the #MuseoPicasso Málaga, the Centre #Pompidou #Málaga, the #CarmenThyssen Málaga or the #ContemporaryArt Centre. It goes beyond these; Málaga’s most #dynamic #art is found on the city’s #streets. Buildings in the city centre neighbourhood, are now the canvases for both emerging and established artists who use spray paint, stickers and stencils to share their perspectives on the world. The #graffiti #artists have different motivations and inspirations for their work, but they share a common passion to reach an #urban audience; residents and visitors, many of whom might never see art in a #gallery or #museum. This was found in #Plaza de la #Juderia, close to the #RomanTheatre.
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