Granada-based artist Natasha Phillips recalls a late-summer’s day spent wandering Granada with photographer Paul Ainger and an orange shopping trolley. It’s the beginning of October and I’m striding along the River Genil in Granada pushing a bright orange shopping trolley full of my art prints in front of me. Turning for a second to look downriver, Granada glows beautifully in the soft morning light. You can tell it’s going to be one...
Visiting Granada this July? This exhibition inspired by the city is a must-see! If you’re in Granada this July, you can’t miss “Cautivada por Granada” for a free, unique and authentic experience of the city. Granada Insider caught up with the artist – Natasha Phillips – to find out the story behind the exhibition and talk about her life as an artist living in Granada. Natasha, tell us about the exhibition. The exhibition consists of...
“Use this book as a path for creating your own narrative of the city, as a conduit for having epiphanies in some lost alley or corner that will anchor your recollections and that will help you meet yourself.”
The Finest guitar making in Granada, Spain. A day spent with Daniel Gil de Avalle and the most incredible guitars that he makes.
Natasha Phillips interviews a fellow creative in Granada about how she ended up founding Filobianco – her very own brand of handmade bags and accessories made in Granada.
Don’t be afraid of a language. Embrace it, screw it up, keep practicing and screw it up again. This and being patient is the key to learning.
I would like to introduce you to a cultural phenomenon that has been an important part of Granada’s eclectic cultural patchwork for over six hundred years.
Many people come to Spain on holiday and decide they want to stay. Mark Shurey knew he wanted to live in Spain long before he ever set foot in the country
What it is like to be a Swede living in Granada. Martina tells us her story.
A simply must read interview if you are a fan of street art.