The Art Palma Brunch has long been a fixed date in Mallorca’s cultural calendar. Last year however, Europe was completely locked down. That’s why friends of contemporary art were particularly looking forward to the art show this spring. And although thick rain clouds hung over the city, artists and gallery owners were happy to welcome a lively crowd.
Even if it was a brunch without appetizers and drinks this time because of the strict regulations. All the more, it was the artists and their works who were the focus of interest. And of course the meeting with other art lovers. In case you did not make it to the Art Palma Brunch today, you still have the opportunity to visit the current exhibitions until May 15.
It’s worth it in any case. The galleries present an exciting variety of contemporary art. Delicate and minimalist works at Pep Llabres and Pelaires, color-intensive formats at Xavier Fiol, Fran Reus and ABA Art Lab. A spectacular room-filling installation at Kewenig. And much more, all yours to discover.