Exhibiting Isa Molina
Prices available directly from the venue and the artist, see contact details below.
Whilst waiting for a friend to arrive at a nearby bar I will be holding laughter yoga workshops and art classes in this year, I discovered this library-slash-coffee shop-slash-gallery.
At first glance I assumed it was a book shop, then I noticed it could be a coffee shop only as there were people sitting and drinking coffee, then as my eyes are not tuned into spotting art flyers, I noticed the poster in the window, so this space seems to be a lot of things in one location!
Walking in to the shop I was met with rows and stacks of shelves covered in books. a real book lovers dream, AND they serve coffee!
A few tables dotted about the place provided space for guests to sit and read or learn something, a couple of customers seemed to be learning languages, which reminds me I need to practise my Spanish more!
The artwork is on display high up above the shelves and on the walls, the ones not covered in books! These bright collage pieces are playful and bright, some are portraits with a childlike aspect of the character of those portrayed.
Isa Molina’s pieces seem typical of Spanish art: bright, playful and emotive. This exhibition finishes quite soon, I look forward to seeing what’s next on display in this book lovers heaven!
I’m still searching for the contact details for the artist Isa Molina, if you find them, please send me a message, or you can contact them directly through the Librería Café La Fugitiva‘s Facebook page here.
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