From January 12 to February 27 it is possible to visit the new exhibition in the Sala Alfajar. Enjoy Roque Martínez’s ceramic pieces, unique and with a lot of personality.

Alfajar Sala houses the unique ceramics of Roque Martínez. The exhibition will remain open from January 12 to February 27, next to the Cathedral, at C/ Císter, 1, door 2, Málaga.

Roque Martínez’s work surprises with its geometric rotundity dressed in an infinite range of chromatic and tonal nuances, whose apparent randomness responds to meticulous control of “pit firing”, an ancient technique that acquires an unusual expressiveness in Roque’s hands. This technique is known as the oldest used by humanity, with pieces dated to 25,000 BC. The pieces are placed in a pit or hole surrounded by combustible materials whose burning will affect the surface of the ceramic, creating whimsical colors and patterns, totally unique and unrepeatable.

His research has led him to reproduce Iberian and Greek pieces, studying the techniques and customs of the ancient inhabitants of the Iberian Peninsula. Its shapes have clean lines, taking full advantage of the volume and achieving ovals, bottles and vases with impossibly narrow and delicate necks. He has also made sculptures and collaborations with Domingo Millán, for example.

Ahmad Ghoreishi, originally from Iran, settled in Spain in 1982. Although an architect by profession, he has had a long artistic career, in painting, sculpture and ceramics. He is a multifaceted artist, using watercolors, acrylics, prints, etc. to bring to life everything he wants to express on a canvas or a three-dimensional piece. He has exhibited in many cities (both individually and in groups) throughout the Malaga coast, but also in Seville, Córdoba, Jaén, Mallorca or Zaragoza.

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