The contemporary art gallery in Marbella

Welcome to your meeting with Es Arte Gallery

Fall in love with a artwork is to recognise your soul through the artist mirror

Marifé Núñez

Enthusiasm, hard work, creativity and passion were the values that drove the artist Marífé Núñez to create Es Arte Gallery, fulfilling her dream of having an exhibition space to share her knowledge of art and marketing, driven by the desire to help other artists to create the necessary links with collectors.

During these 4 years, the dream has been consolidated with the conviction that we are dealing with two very different universes that coexist in parallel in search of an encounter.

On the one hand, we offer advice to artists in their positioning process and on the other hand, as an art consultancy, we will advise you in the process of choosing artworks for your personal acquisition.

In short, our aim is to be the bridge between the two parts, establishing the different channels; online, in person or at fairs, so that Es Arte gallery can be that meeting point.

ARTWORKS IN THE CURRENT EXHIBITION

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FIGURATION IN TIMES OF TRANSITION

Es.Arte Gallery, presents the exhibition Hunger Earth: Figuration in times of transition, the third edition of the annual group exhibition that the gallery has been holding since 2018 with a social objective: The fight for awareness.

The proposal, result of a previous call, is committed to linking plastic art to the message and includes the participation of six artists, whose work will bring us closer to current thinking.

On this occasion, and given the quality of the proposals, the exhibition Tierra de hambre will be divided into two stages, the first, with the subtitle Figuration in times of transition, which opens on 15 April from 19:00 hrs to 22:00 hrs, and Abstraction in times of transition, date to be confirmed.

The exhibition curated by Patricia Bueno and Marifé Núñez features works by the artists: Cristobal Quintero, Miguel Gómez Losada, Miguel Núñez, Alba Cortés, Ana S. Valerrabanos and Jaime Sancorlo.

OPENING HOURS

Monday to Friday: Mornings from 10:30 to 14:00 h / Afternoons from 16:00 to 18:00 h