The exhibition 'L'art de la posidònia' will arrive in Dénia after passing through Cambrils

22 March 2023 - 11: 15

After the premiere in Madrid, coinciding with the celebration of the International Tourism Fair FITUR, the collective exhibition 'L'art de la posidònia' begins its itinerary through the cities that share the project of creating sustainable tourist experiences "Viu la posidònia" .

The first stop is the city of Cambrils, where starting tomorrow, March 23, you can visit the exhibition at Galería 7 D'Art by the artist David Callau. The Councilor for Culture of Dénia, Raül Garcia de la Reina, will attend the inauguration, where the mayor of Cambrils, Oliver Klein, the Councilor for Tourism of Eivissa, Rosa Maria Rubio, and the artists whose work is exhibited in 'L 'art of Posidonia': the potters of Dénia
Angelica Fossemó and Jean Fleche, the Cambrilense artist David Callau and the jewelery designers from Ibiza Elisa Pomar and Enric Majoral This exhibition is one of the actions of the "Viu la Posidonia" project, promoted jointly by the three town halls, and which has funding of the Next Generation EU funds.

The exhibition, with the collaboration of Baleària, includes pieces with unique designs of jewelry, ceramics, painting and sculpture by artists from the three cities, who have in common the creativity around the Posidonia, with the aim of giving visibility to this thousand-year-old underwater plant that is a World Heritage Site.

In addition, the Cambrils edition is presented with two novelties. On the one hand, photographs of the seabed of the municipality of Rosa M. Vilella and of the company Glups Diving have been incorporated into the exhibition. On the other hand, the Cambrils Swimming Club has become involved in the project and has organized a talk about the Cambrils sea, given by the biologist Puri Canals.

The exhibition 'L'art de la posidònia' can be visited at Galería 7 de Arte de Cambrils until April 12. Then he will travel to Denia and Ibiza.

1 Comment
  1. Ignacio says:

    All this subsidized with public money with the excuse of a seaweed? I am not surprised by David Callau's posture in Marian ecstasy, adoring his poseidonic painting. Not even he just believed it..