UNITED PHOTO PRESS LIVE AT ART FAIR MÁLAGA 2017. JUNE 30 | JULY 2.

Posted on March 01, 2017 by UNITED PHOTO PRESS MAGAZINE

United Photo Press will be representing "FACES" by his artists & guests.
Art Fair Málaga '17 is presented as an opportunity for those self-represented artists who wish to make visible their work in the national and international art market furthermore to the galleries that seek the consolidation and to enter by themselves in the international art fair agenda, in a space that proposes to break down the invisible barriers between the galleries and the new collectors.

With a space of 6.000 squares meters for exhibitions and which can also house more than 400 artists, Art Fair Málaga '17 will become the second largest Art Fair in Spain, a benchmark that will ensure the quality standards of an International Art Fair at the same time that will grant greater value and innovation, thanks to a program of talks, conferences, live painting, and recreational activities.

A space where it is possible to establish a direct contact network between artists, galleries, and the public, promoting a new culture of collecting, without intermediaries, and recovering the old concept of Fair as a trade market place.

United Photo Press will be representing "FACES" by his artists & guests.


DISCOVER MÁLAGA, THE FASHION CITY BY UNITED PHOTO PRESS! (click here please) 

Malaga, which has always been synonymous with sun and beach, expands its meaning thanks to its cultural and gastronomic development. Today, Malaga is sun and beach, but also monumental heritage, culture and cuisine. Tradition mixes with modernity, so that residents and visitors can enjoy a wide range of activities at any time of the year.

The great city fair, La Feria de Málaga, is fun and pure enjoyment. The historic streets fill with sounds and smells that incite the palate to enjoy a good wine, together with delicious and original tapas, surrounded by the colour and light of the beautiful women showing off their ruffled dresses and the handsome riders who become one with their elegant horses.

The grandeur of its Holy Week, religious images are carried around the streets by those who feel devotion to them. At the sound of drum beats, typical songs like saetas and silencios sprout tears of emotion in their wake.

All year round, culture can be found around us, in its museums as well as outside, in theatres as well as at the cinema. The city hosts the Malaga Film Festival, attracting big names in the sector, actors, directors …

The charm and allure of Malaga has evolved over three thousand years of history. Originally founded by the Phoenicians, the city retains influences from the Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans, Muslim dynasties and finally the Christians. Malaga is the gateway for exploring the Costa del Sol and the inland areas of Andalucia. Sheltered by the Montes de Malaga, the city enjoys the warmest winters in Europe.

The rich artistic heritage gives Malaga a strong cultural attraction in addition to excellent local cuisine and fascinating monuments from Moorish and Roman times through to the modern day.

Malaga is the birthplace of Picasso and the opening of the Picasso Museum in 2003 triggered the city’s cultural rebirth. The city has more museums than any other city in Andalucia and learn about the city through the origins of wine at the Wine Museum, its social history and customs, from the collection of 19th century paintings at the new Carmen Thyssen museum and its famous local personalities such as the painter Felix Revello del Toro.

Great historical monuments include the imposing Baroque Cathedral, popularly known as “La Manquita” (One Armed Woman) and the newly restored Roman Amphitheatre. High on the hill is the Parador (state run hotel), which is situated in the Glbaralfaro Castle.

Malaga is ideal starting point for exploring the rich topography of inland Andalucia and the Costa del Sol.

Sea breezes from the Mediterranean coastline regulate the summer heat to a more comfortable level than the inland Andalusian towns, while the Malaga Mountains form the perfect barrier to protect the city from colder winter weather. However it is still hot in summer, average temperature in July and August is 30 degrees centigrade, though mild between December to February around 15 degrees centigrade. some much needed rainfall is to be expected in the cooler months, but does not last for long.


Finally, United Photo Press invite you to discover the rich and varied cuisine.

Restaurants of the highest reputation, awarded with renowned prizes; charming old wine taverns, tapas bars and much more that only the palate can accurately describe.

FACES EXHIBITIONS WAITING FOR YOU IN MÁLAGA...!
ART FAIR MÁLAGA JUNE JULY 2017

KIND REGARDS
CARLOS ALVES DE SOUSA
PRESIDENT OF UNITED PHOTO PRESS
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