Throughout his life, Fellini made notes on the world around him, making grotesque drawings to which he would add comments. However, although as a young man he had earned his living as an illustrator and caricaturist, it was film that was to become his mode of artistic expression. Using as their starting point the And Fellini Dreamed of Picasso exhibition, which is based on the dreams that the Italian filmmaker drew each morning in his notebook, participants will work on the various styles and ways of making caricatures, exaggerating, diminishing, or altering reality as we see it.
Ángel Idígoras is a Málaga-based graphic humourist, well-known for his comic strips in Diario Sur and El Mundo newspapers and in El Jueves magazine. A trained psychologist, he works with his brother Pachi, and together they sharpen their pencils on the daily news.
The workshop is aimed at adults, although no great drawing skills are necessary. It will be held between 6.00pm and 8.00pm. The price is 45€ per person and includes a visit to the exhibition, the three workshop sessions and the necessary materials.
May 9, 2018
May 11, 2018
According to the program
PlaceMuseo Picasso Málaga