Kasser Rassu celebrates 6 amazing years

The Kasser Rassu Gallery celebrated its 6th anniversary in true Marbella style on Friday 20 November. Kasser Rassu has brought us so much pleasure over the last six years with featured artists from all over the world. And this year has been particularly interesting.

In March, Nina Nolte returned to Kasser Rassu with a selection of her larger than life canvasses. In May, we saw something completely different with an exhibition of Aali Khahlid´s dark art. In June, the summer started with a bang with the wonderful Victoriano and his spectacular graffitti art on designer bags.

This was followed by the mesmerising African wild life art of Alexandra Spyratos. In August, Pia Rubio brought us the most exquisite table ware followed by Sandra Meiland’s fresh, colourful paintings. In October, Katrina Rupit’s work was so well received, the exhibition was extended. Then there was the stunning jewelry and fashion from Like a Queen.

Is there another gallery in Marbella that offers such a diverse range of art all through the year!

The current exhibition from Paul Menchen called “‘Creative Colour” accompanied the anniversary celebrations with her interesting canvases with their intensive use of colour – abstract at its most interesting.

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The evening´s special guest was Oti G Diaz-Ambrona (Directora of the Departamento de Extranjeros) and she cut the six red cakes – the colour theme for the evening.

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So, 2015 has been an amazing year for Kasser Rassu and Marbella. We can’t wait to find out what the incredible Shahed Kavousi has in store for us in 2016!

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