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Malaga Exhibitions

Being one of the oldest cities of the world, the city of Malaga is traditionally and culturally very affluent.

There are more than 100 art galleries and exhibition centres in Malaga, which exhibits artefacts ranging from the contemporary art right up to the pre-historic period.

The city of Malaga holds numerous exhibitions and events each year, which ranges from painting, photography, trade fair, art, etc. Exhibition centres such as the Alcazaba Archaeology Centre, presents a range of ceramics from the Phoenician and Arabic rule, the 'Trade Fairs and Congress Centre of Malaga' is noted for holding regular national and international exhibitions, and so on.


The Trade Fairs and Congress Center of Malaga (Fycma)

The Trade Fairs and Congress Center of Malaga (Fycma)

The Trade Fairs and Congress Centre of Malaga, better known as Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Malaga (FYCMA) is the most noted place in Malaga and Costa Del Sol, to hold national and international events and exhibitions. The modern structure has space of about 60,000 m², and the exhibition area comprises of 17,000 m² further distributed into two pavilions. The building can accommodate 20,000 visitors and contains two conference halls, fifteen multi-purpose meeting rooms, two auditoriums, an exhibition hall, three catering areas and a parking spot with the capacity for 1,200 vehicles.

Address: Avenida Ortega y Gasset, 201, 29006 Malaga, Spain.
Tel.: +34 952 045 500

MVA Cultural Center (Centro Cultural MVA)
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MVA Cultural Center (Centro Cultural MVA)

María Victoria Atencia Cultural Center (MVA Cultural Center) is located on Calle Ollerías, in the Centro district of Malaga. It is an initiative of the government's reginal department of cuture. MVA center cotains exhibition halls, performance auditorium, libraries and meeting rooms. Various art exhibitions, concerts, events, dance and theatre are held at the centre.

Address: Calle Ollerías, 34, 29012 Malaga, Spain.

Contemporary Art Centre (Centro De Arte Contemporáneo De Málaga - CAC)
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Contemporary Art Centre (Centro De Arte Contemporáneo De Málaga - CAC)

The Malaga Contemporary Art Centre was setup by the Malaga town hall to display and propagate modern art in the community. Located in the former Wholesalers Market, the Art Centre building was constructed in 1939 by architect Luis Gutiérrez Soto.

Address: Calle Alemania s/n, 29001 Malaga, Spain.

Alcazaba Archaeological Exhibition Hall
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Alcazaba Archaeological Exhibition Hall

The Alcazaba Archaeology Centre explains the importance of ceramics in Malaga during its Muslim and Phoenician rule and how it has survived to present date. The collection includes pieces from urban sites, reproduction of original pieces and utensils and tools that were used to make ceramic art. It is the best-preserved Alcazaba in Spain.

Address: Calle Alcazabilla, 2, 29012 Malaga, Spain.

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