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...
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