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Exhibition
The Sea Interpretation Centre starts its summer season with the exhibition 'Azul (Blue)', by Castellón artist Patricia Bonet. The selection of pictures, which can be viewed from 27 May at the old Ses Coves Blanques lighthouse, features 16 large oil paintings on wood. The artist has used the series 'Azul' to develop a formal and conceptual synthesis of her work, where the search for the essence is transmitted through a cleansed technique and chromatic poetics that lend themselves to introspection.
The exhibition will remain open to the public until 25 June, Tuesday to Saturday, 10.30am-1.30pm and 6.00pm-9.30pm.

Centre The former Ses Coves Blanques lighthouse, built in 1897, is now home to the Sea Interpretation Centre. The lighthouse has been restored and is now used for studying, researching and promoting sea-related environmental issues. The building, located in Sant Antoni de Portmany in Ibiza, Spain, is an innovative initiative or platform that is designed to raise awareness, commitment, respect and knowledge of the marine environment. The lighthouse contains a completely renovated exhibition area for art exhibits, shows and events, and where courses organised by the International University of the Sea will be given. It also has a Marine Recovery Centre at the Cap Blanc aquarium. This unique building, with its impressive balcony, is a perfect combination of tradition and modernity, and which contextualises both the content and the container, the subject matter and the environment, perpetuating in a beautiful metaphor the purpose for which the lighthouse was designed: “to cast light, protect, illuminate, warn and guide sailors”.

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