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CCA Andratx Photo 2018-09-13 14:34

We’re happy to host the London-based artist Diana Taylor in the CCA Studios during the month of September. She is currently working on her newest solo-exhibition on display at CCA from the 27th of September!

Feel free to join us for the Open Studios, Saturday 22nd of September 12-14, and ...

når himmelen klarner at CCA Andratx - CCA Andratx 2018-09-10 09:54

We are happy to have our Norwegian group-exhibition "når himmelen klarner" featured in Artviewer! Are Blytt Kenneth Alme Halvor Rønning Camilla Steinum Lina Viste Grønli
#nårhimmelenklarner #CCAndratx #CCAKunsthalle #AreBlytt #KennethAlme #CamillaSteinum #HalvorRønning #LinaV...

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-09-09 18:34

We wish to send all our love to Denmark where the founder and owner of CCA Andratx Jacob Asbæk is celebrating his 75th birthday today! Without this man and his wife Patricia Asbæk%2C @ccandratx would never have existed - Thank you, for daring to dream and showing us that only the sky is the limit -...

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-09-05 16:06

We are pleased to host the group show “Dark was the Night” in the CCA Gallery, presenting a selection of works by former Artists-in-Residence.
In the image, Dutch artist Koen Delaere (left) and Spanish artist Ignacio Uriarte (right).
#CCAndratx #DarkWasTheNight #KoenDelaere #...

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-09-04 13:51

Thank you to all our visitors, friends, colleagues and of course the three great artists Kasper Eistrup, Karl Troels Sandegård and Jakob Steen, who have made of our first participation in @codeartfair a wonderful experience.
Hope you also enjoyed it! ❤️
#CCAndratx #CodeArtFair #Ka...

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-09-03 18:30

Astrid Kruse Jensen: "A hidden gift", 2008
98 x 100 cm, Edition 1/5
From "Dark Was The Night", works created by former Artist in Residence. Currently at view at the CCA Gallery.
#CCAndratx #DarkWasTheNight #AstridKruseJensen #...

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-08-29 10:05

Halvor Rønning:
"Datejust, Lemon, Cherries" 2018
Acrylic, alcohol based ink and UV print on canvas
115 x 85 cm

The exhibition "når himmelen klarner" featuring Norwegian artists Kenneth Alme (b. 1981), Are Blytt (b. 1981), Lina ...

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-08-28 14:01

"Either / Or" by Are Blytt.
"Why do we look to the sky for answers and clues? Is it because it’s so omnipresent, that you can’t really go anywhere without it being there, influencing you? Physically it can burn you and freeze you, it can shower you with rain ...

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-08-27 19:01

Susanne Rottenbacher’s artistic vision is informed by her fascination of contemporary dance and classical music – her many years of
experience as a stage designer at, among others, the Deutsche Oper developed her exceptional ability to comprehend rooms of any calibre
and to radically change ...

CCA Andratx is with Thomas Grønvald Asbæk and 6 others.

Dear friends of CCA,

We are delighted to announce our first participation at CODE Art Fair presenting the works by the Danish artists Kasper Eistrup, Karl Troels Sandegård and Jakob Steen.
The three joined our Artist-in-Residence Program during March 2018 and as a result of their stay we pr...

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-08-18 09:15

We are pleased to announce our first exhibition with Uwe Henneken.
“leaves” will present the artist’s new works on paper created during his stay at the CCA Artist-in-Residence Program.
Please join us for the opening on Saturday August, 25th between 12-14h.
#CCAndratx #UweHenneken #lea...
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