We are the crew of Enfrente Arte, a small hotel and production collective in Ronda, Spain.
The intent of this blog is to share some of the ideas and projects we came up with in the process of redecorating our hotel in the past few months.
We’ve been playing around recycling and crafting old items into furniture and Continue Reading →
Last March 2006 Francisco de la Torre, Mayor of Malaga, and Baroness Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza, signed an agreement to create a new Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in this capital of the Costa del Sol, Andalusia, that in 2011 has been a reality; an emulation of its big brother in Madrid, where the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum has been a principal and popular attraction for decades now.
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The artist was born in Germany but now lives and works in Antwerp, Belgium.
She will present her work at the CAC Malaga this winter from 12/13/2013 – 16/03/2014.
Kati Heck approaches painting as a cacophony of pre-fab languages. Her canvases give the illusion of collage: stylistically blending photorealism, illustration, cartoon, and expressive painterly gestures, instructional manuals, humour, and Continue Reading →
La primera semana de septiembre Ronda celebra la Feria y Fiestas de Pedro Romero, únicas dedicadas a un torero en todo el mundo.
Los rondeños disfrutan de unos festejos renovados, con mayor peso de la Feria de día por el centro de la ciudad. La Feria de Pedro Romero de Ronda tiene su principal atractivo en la tradicional Corrida Goyesca. Continue Reading →
The Lobato family whose grandfather (Jose Bullon Lobato) discovered the cave in the early 20th C, became La Pileta’s guardians, endured travesties on its behalf, and still serve as its caretakers. Though it’s now recognized as a national historic site,as well as National Monument in 1924, the family still tends the cave personally, arranging limited tours.
It contains an important Continue Reading →
Rondreizen – Stedentrip – Charme hotel – Vakantiehuis – Bed&Breakfast – Vakantie Costa del Sol – Auto huren – Reisgidsen
Calle Granada 52 Málaga
At the end of the eighties, Luis Rubio and a couple of friends set up a company, Factoria/Beatas, with the idea of promoting cultural events and concerts by indie bands in Málaga and surroundings. Their office was in Calle Beatas, a typical andalucian street with lots of bars and nightclubs. Soon Continue Reading →
Again this year, thanks to the union of the Descalzos Viejos Winery and Happy Place Records label, is going to hold a music festival ,and came to dismiss the spring.
The chosen day is Saturday June 22.
Pajaro, Julian Maeso, Whitechapel and DJing sessions in one of the most spectacular places in Ronda.
Doors open at 20 pm and will Continue Reading →
Wine has been made in Ronda and the Serrania since Phoenician and Grecian times, and in fact may have been made by iron age;they have found coins with grapes in the ruins of Acinipo,and peoples before them. It were produced commercially during the Roman era, notably at Acinipo and Arriate, and probably stored in warehouses at Setenil for eventual transport Continue Reading →
A high-profile festival of Spanish films, with local legend Antonio Banderas often in attendance.
Since 1998, the city of Malaga in Andalusia has hosted this festival dedicated to showcasing and promoting Spanish film.
Every year the festival includes previously unseen feature-length and short films and documentaries. Malaga is transformed into a centre for debate and a meeting point for figures Continue Reading →
From Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, the brotherhoods of Ronda walk in procession to celebrate Holy Week.
The origin of the Holy Week goes back to the conquest of the city by the Catholic Monarchs and the first data that exist date from 1538.