The Yusto/Giner Gallery in Marbella was introduced to the art world just a year and a half ago, but has already become a highlight among younger artists on the international level. It has attracted new and promising artists who could- and why not? – become the next Picasso or Dali. The gallery is located in […]
The Andalucian patio possess art, charm and history. Each year, thousands of visitors are drawn to the area to discover these spaces that play with light, air, architecture and where plants play the lead role. Despite this popularity, not everyone knows just where these spaces came from. The Andalucian patio has two origin stories, descending […]
In Spain, fans are used by men and women alike, offering a popular amenity that help beat the heat in a simple and sustainable way. Today on the Fuerte Blog, we talk with a crafter of fans who has offered to share her secrets. Born in Bilbao, Ana Bruno operates a stall in the craft […]
There was once a tradition in Spain that people did not take their first swim in the sea until the procession of the Virgin del Carmen on the 16th of July. As tradition dictated, once the procession of the Virgin passed, our ancestors were threw themselves into the water. The belief was that the waters […]
The Fuerte Foundation’s Cultural Area has organized and is promoting the ‘Sensitive Material’ art exhibition at the Hotel Fuerte Conil, featuring the works of artists Pacciollo Enrrico, Sandra Hoyos and Joseph Aniés. The exhibition will open on July 20th and will run trhrough September 27th. These three artists have been heavily influenced by the surroundings […]
The first weekend of June will witness a Southern Spanish treasure when “Romantic Ronda” returns life to the 18th century.
This and every year, Carnival means travelling to the wonderful cities of Cadiz and Malaga, where varied groups of locals and visitors alike fill the air each night with the infectious sound of joy and laughter. Every February, Carnival celebrates the joy and the feast in cities across the world, with some of the most […]
The search for the most astonishing lights and colours in the Cadiz province dominates the paintings and photographs of these local artists.
Not long ago we told you about artisanal salt production, today we would like to talk about another ancient technique that has been recovered: pottery.
During the first week of April, one of the most popular and important cultural religious celebrations takes place in Spain – the Andalusian Holy Week.