Art Galleries in Estepona

Art Galleries in Estepona

Explore Estepona's art galleries, from contemporary exhibits at the privately run Stoa Gallery, Huber and Galeria 151, to the 21st centurary Spanish artist collection at the Museo de Arte de la Diputación and the exhibitions at the grand Mirador del Carmen Exhibition Centre. Don't forget the extensive street art with over 60 interesting murals and contemporary sculptures

Stoa Galería de Arte   Permanent displays of contemporary art can be seen at the Stoa Galería de Arte where many temporary exhibitions are also held. Edificio Puertosol, Avenida del Carmen 9. Tel. 951 318 426.

Museo de Arte de la Diputación de Estepona The Museo de Arte de la Diputación de Estepona opened in February 2018 and is known as MAD for short. It exhibits 49 paintings from 21st century Spanish artists in Casa de Las Tejerinas, Plaza de las Flores.  More>

Mirador del Carmen Exhibition Centre. This large exhibition space is in the lower floors of the emblamatic Mirador del Carmen tower near the lighthouse. Access from the seafront promenads. Opened in April 2023 its inaugural exhibition was 'Live the Paintings' (5th April 2023 to 25th September) featuring a variety of works from 19th  century romantic travellers to the contemporary of the Carmen Thyssen colection. The second exhibition was a set of the 80 famous prints by Goya entitled 'The Disasters of War' which runs from 18th November 2023 to 10th March 2024  This set of prints are on loan from the MAPFRE Foundation Collection.   Admision €6 and €4 reduced Open Tuesday to Sunday, from 10:00 to 14.00 and 16:00 to 20.00 hrs.

Galeria 151  Conveniently located gallery west of Estepona ajecent to the coast road. Part of the long established Galeria 151 picture framers at Arena Beach Comercial Centre 2. Free parking.  Mon To Fri 10.00 to 15.00, Sat 10.00 to 14.00.  A-7 km 151. Tel: 952 800 676

Platforma de Arte HUBER is located in Calle San Antonio in the old town. It is also a wine bar and restaurant. There is a delecatessan next doow which is also a wine bar.  

Palacio de Congresos. There are also occasional exhibitions at the Palacio de Congresos, Avenida Litoral. Open Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 14.00 and 17.00 to 22.00.

Centro de Cultura Padre Manuel holds exhibitions of art and other media.   Calle San Fernando 2. Tel. 952 808 385

Garó collection of Angel Garó, comprises of more than 300 pieces from the 15th century to the present day. It includes oils, drawings, prints, sculptures, ceramics and ivory and some furniture and decorations. It used to be displayed in the Casa de la Cultura, Plaza de las Flores in the town centre. Building was renamend Casa de Las Tejerinas and now housed the MAD (see above).   Read more about the Garo Collection.

New Longman's (Art, Books & Crafts) Plaza de Manilva, 6 (Estepona). Proprieter Marisa Durán Tel.: 951 253 412 Currently closed. This was the location of the original Longman Bookshop established by the Longman sisters in the early 1980s.  

Street Art

Paseo de los Poetas Andaluces (Andalusian Poets' Garden) is an interesting concept.  The casual passer-by walking down Calle Jesús Cautivo and glancing into the garden could be forgiven for thinking they have been transported back to the Middle Ages or a Game of Thrones set where the heads of criminals are impaled on stakes.  Nothing could be further from the truth. More>

Sculptures  Estepona has a policy of commissioning sculptures by contemporary artists in different location in the town centre for the enjoyment of tourist and residents alike. More>

Route of Artistic Murals is an inovative iniciative of the local mayor, Jose Maria Garcia Urbano which was started in September 2012. It now consists of about 70 murals in the town centre and near centre districts.The objective was to improve and enliven some of Estepona’s forgotten or neglected central districts and it was hoped that the series of murals that are spread across the town would put Estepona murals on the tourist map, helping to make Estepona a cultural destination. It was clearly a successful initiative and looking at the wide variety of murals it is clear to see why tourists and residents alike are eager to follow the route and view each of the murals. More>


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