The Parador de Lorca (Murcia, Spain) hosted the exhibition “Women and digital art. Breaking stereotypes “, an artwork that seeks to break down clichés and bring the public a transgressive, breakthrough and modern vision of Arab women achieved through the techniques, tools and supports of digital art. A double claim signed by the international artist Houda Bakkali. This series is inspired by the artist’s mother, an African, Arab and Muslim woman.
The series “Beautiful African Woman” has been awarded with the American Illustration 38 (New York, 2019), the New Talent Award of the Artists of the World International Festival of Cannes (2018), the Silver Award of the prestigious publishing house Graphis in New York (2018) or the Circle Foundation for the Arts Award in Lyon (2019), among other distinctions.
Paradores has one of the most important art collections in Spain. From Gothic carvings from the 14th century to Femish tapestries made from Rubens illustrations, and much more. Since its founding in 1928, this hotel chain has nourished the walls of its monumental buildings with the best art. In There is no other known hotel establishment in the world that has more than 9,000 pieces of art.