Joan Bennàssar with a copy of his latest book and some of the many sculpture “settlements” he has created and which are on exhibition along the northeast coast of the island.
“Mallorca’s culture does not get the recognition it deserves. The administrations know its cost but not its value.”
"The British have played an important role in modern-day Mallorca..."
The characters link distant pasts with the present.
The sculptures were installed on Tuesday.
Pollensa’s mayor, Tomeu Cifre, believes that it will be an attraction that is differentiated from “sun and beach”
With “Human Reasons”, Joan Bennàssar extols the values of dignity, pride and effort
In Pollensa today, the “Human Reasons” exhibition will be inaugurated. Sculptures and paintings by Joan Bennàssar will act as a spur for tourist and economic reactivation.
The Rhythm of Oars Breaking into the Sea will be distributed on Sunday with the Majorca Daily Bulletin.
The sculpture, "Ports of Seaweed", created expressly for the Can Picafort seafront, has allegorical characters from our history.
Joan Bennàssar's remarkable sculptures can be seen this summer along the front in Can Picafort, all part of the project to make Can Picafort a cultural reference point in Majorca.
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