THE International Toni Catany Photographic Centre will be open in three years, said the Council of Majorca yesterday.

Regional Industry and Commerce director, Francesca Vives and Council of Majorca President, Francina Armengol have signed an agreement to acquire a property in Calle del Convento in Llucmajor, which is where a part of the international centre will be built. The building, said Armengol forms part of the arquitectural heritage of the island and will house the work of globally renowned Majorcan photographer, Toni Catany. The project, agreed between the artist and the Council of Majorca in January this year, will need 4 million euros to complete. It is being partly financed with European regional development funds.


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