The painter Andrés García Ibáñez exhibited in September in Melilla, Almeria and Jaen.

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Three concurrent exhibitions in time let you enjoy the work of painter Andrés García Ibáñez (Olula River, 1971) a melillenses, Almeria and Jaen, and visitors during September to approach some of the main exhibition space of the three cities.

The first of the exhibitions will open next Monday in Melilla 1 September, coinciding with the City Fair. There, temporary rooms in the Royal Maritime Club Twenty-seven twenty-eight works will be exposed oils plus etching and aquatint, all conducted in 2012- belonging to the 'Minotauromaquia' series could already be seen in Huercal-Overa Almeria and in 2013, consists of a set of works that presents the viewer García Ibáñez their particular reinterpretation of the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur.

On Friday 5 September sample Andrés García Ibáñez inaugurated. Portraits 2008-2014 "in the Courtyard of Lights Council of Almería. A space that will house more than thirty portraits of friends, friends and collaborators olulense artist, some very familiar characters from the world of Arts Culture and Almeria, Ginés Cervantes, Pepe Bernal, Carlos Perez Siquier, Carlos Paz, Juan José Priming, Julio Alfredo Egea José Carrasco Miras. A set of works, foregoing Huercal-Overa in October and reach Roquetas de Mar, in which the painter shows, clearly influenced by contemporary Spanish photography and portraiture tradition, as a solid master of contemporary portraiture.

Even in September the work of artist olulense Zabaleta reach the Hall of the University of Jaén. It will be from Monday 15, when the exhibition opens Andrés García Ibáñez. Myths desecrated '. A sample, summary almanzorí intimate link with the mythological subject and his commitment to modern reinterpretation of paintings from the past, in nineteen large-scale works are displayed, made between 1998 and 2013, belonging to the series' Women. Female Myths', 'The fallacy of the sign', 'Venice 2002-2003', 'Royal Portraits', 'Allegories Venetian' and 'Minotauromaquia'.