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Llorenç Villalonga

Llorenç Villalonga

Escritor

Novelist Majorcan Catalan. Born in Ciutat de Mallorca in the midst of an aristocratic family. He studied medicine at several Spanish universities, specializing in psychiatry in Paris. His beginnings were in Castilian literature, although the idea of satirizing the conservative literary circles islanders and their own social class, led him to use Catalan in his first novel, Mort de dama (1931), a story about the decline of the aristocracy Mallorca.

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Manuel Ros

Manuel Ros

Painter and sculptor

With my work I create new forms and discover other real/concrete existences; I try to show different realities, to shift ordinary mental states, to reflect space from another point of view—as something harmonic, ever-moving and completely interrelated.

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Maria de la Pau Janer

Maria de la Pau Janer

Escritora

Fiction writer. She has a doctorate in Catalan Philology from the University of the Balearic Islands where she now teaches. She has received prestigious awards for her books, for example the 1989 Andròmina Prize for L'hora dels eclipsis (The Hour of the Eclipses), the 1993 Sant Joan Prize for Màrmara (Marmara), the 1995 Carlemany Prize for Natura d'anguila (Nature of the Eel) the 1999 Ramon Llull Prize for Lola (Lola) and, in 2005, she was awarded the Planeta Prize for Pasiones romanas (Roman Passions).

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Maria del Mar Bonet

Maria del Mar Bonet

Musician

Maria del Mar Bonet i Verdaguer(born 1947) is a Balearic singer from the island of Majorca. She studied ceramics in the school of arts, but eventually she decided to dedicate herself to song. She arrived in Barcelona in 1967, where she began to sing with the group Els Setze Jutges.[1] She has published many albums of folk music in Catalan, in spite of the prohibitions during Francisco Franco's dictatorship. She has performed throughout Spain as well as in Turkey, the former USSR, Tunisia, Netherlands, Poland, Italy, Japan, Portugal, Belgium, France, United Kingdom, Brazil, Sweden, Switzerland, Venezuela, Mexico, and the U.S.

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Miguel Reche

Miguel Reche

Painter

In the paintings of Miguel Reche, human in the distance of the inner light, spring colors, made ​​of thoughts and feelings, in a vibrant and dazzling primeval explosion stopped time. The painter always stops time, a privilege of the artist.


Miquel Barcelo

Miquel Barcelo

Painter and Sculptor

Miquel Barceló (Felanitx, Mallorca 1957) is the living artist more valued nowadays. In a journey to Paris in 1970 found out “art brut” that influences a lot in his first works. His successful career starts in the 80’s participating in the “Bienal” of Sao Paolo, Brasil and the “Documenta” in Kassel, Germany.

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Miquel Costa i Llobera

Miquel Costa i Llobera

Writer

Poet, translator, orator and prose writer. With a life straddling the 19th and 20th centuries, he is regarded as one of the key figures of the so-called Mallorca School. Moreover he is a crucial figure in the evolution of modern Catalan poetry.

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Miquela Vidal

Miquela Vidal

Painter and sculptress

Born in Campos (Mallorca) 1948. Since childhood learning in the mechanical workshop of his father the art of recycling waste materials very humble. He moved to live in Palma in 1969. He enrolled in the School of Applied Arts in the year 76, doing two courses of History of Art, drawing and painting.

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Montse Orfila

Montse Orfila

Composer and pianist

In the words of the same Montse Orfila: I understand the music as a form of expression of life that reflects the spirituality of each individual. My music comes from the inner need to describe, by means of sounds, or real poetic thoughts that arise when considering the nature and closeness to God.

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Ñaco Fabré

Ñaco Fabré

Painter and Sculptor

Ñaco Fabré (Palma de Mallorca, 1965) firm continues to travel the path of lyrical abstraction, exploring the vibrations unprecedented gesture and geometry. Apart from the new air hanging over figurative painting and cementing each step in the purification, the artist has achieved that kind of expertise that goes through the most attentive letting go.


Ramon Llull

Ramon Llull

Writer

Ramon Llull (Majorca, 1232-1316) wrote more than three hundred works in Catalonian, Latin and Arabic (So far no manuscripts at all have been found in this language). He is also considered to be the first author to have used Catalonian rather than Latin in his literary prose as a normal form of communication and as a useful instrument in cultural expression. Ramon Llull managed to overcome the linguistic situation of the times that favoured the use of Latin and Provençal in philosophic and literary texts.

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Ricardo Gago

Ricardo Gago

Painter and Sculptor

Ricardo Aparicio Gago nace un mes de agosto del año 1949 en Montamarta, Zamora. A los dos años se traslada con sus padres a Langreo, Asturias, donde vive hasta los diecisiete aqos. A mediados de los sesenta se traslada a Mallorca. Palma, Paguera, y Alars son lugares en los que reside hasta su llegada a Sineu, pueblo en el que se establece.

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Santi Taura

Santi Taura

Chef

Santi try to show in this taste menu every week, a market cusine of majorcan character with season local products and renovated recipes from Balearics.

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Tomeu Caldentey

Tomeu Caldentey

Chef

His dishes offer a personal and creative vision of majorcan cuisine. Chef of Es Molí d'en Bou restaurant in Sa Coma. For 8 year in a row he has been awarded with a Michelín star.

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Tomeu Penya

Tomeu Penya

Musician

(Vilafranca de Bonany (Majorca), 1949) is a Majorcan singer-songwriter whose musical work combines the Majorcan folk music, classical rock and roll and country music.

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