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Antonio Yesa
Any place is good


Any place is good
December 1, 2017 – January 16, 2018

Undoubtedly the works of Antonio Yesa are a living element. Its staticity does not prevent observing its enveloping movement. The play of light on the sculptures turns them into beings that revolve within our world with their own soul. Similar to sundials, they remind us that time passes the same for everyone.

Antonio Yesa, a sculptor from Cadiz who lives in Malaga, is the author of various works that we can see in our city, such as “Ellipsis”, which decorates the Albert Camus roundabout (next to El Corte Inglés) and “El boulevard de las ideas ” in the Cosmos Avenue of Arroyo de la Miel.

In his workshop in Alhaurín de la Torre, Antonio Yesa continues to give solid form to his desires and concerns, such as this exhibition of small pieces that he presents to us in the Sala Alfajar in Malaga, and which has been entitled “Any place is good” .

More information:

Antonio Yesa Escultor

Antonio Yesa
Antonio Yesa

Visit us:

1 Císter Street, door 2.
29015 Malaga.
In front of the gardens of the Cathedral of Malaga.

+34 952 211 272


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