Sculptor Nimrod Messeg exhibits his latest works at the Kempinski Hotel Bahía

Estepona, 15 October 2018 – The new exhibition of sculptures at the Kempinski Hotel Bahia was described as impactful, delicate and unique at the launch event on the 11 th of October. During the event, 15 stunning sculptures by the artist Nimrod Messeg were showcased in the lobby of the hotel. The Mayor of Estepona José María García Urbano officially opened this exhibition, alongside many art lovers from around the Costa del Sol, the new General Manager of the Kempinski Hotel Bahía Axel Bethke and the Sales and Marketing Manager Francisco Sa Teixeira. Guests enjoyed the wonderful art, delicious food, fine wine and live music, on this very special evening.

As part of the Kempinski Hotel Bahía’s Arts Series, the exhibition is open to the public until the 21 st of November. Art lovers are welcome to pop in to the hotel at any time to enjoy these wonderful works. They are located in the lobby and in the gallery space to the right of the entrance.

Nimrod Messeg uses innovative forging techniques to create delicate and extraordinary sculptures out of iron. Among the 15 sculptures on display, there are 14 metal torsos celebrating the beauty of the female form and one striking sculpture of a bull. In this exhibition visitors can admire two of the artist’s favourite pieces, the impressive El Vuelo, which is in the centre of the lobby and his latest piece Alya, which has never been exhibited before.

The Marbella based artist commented that he was, “delighted with exhibiting in such a stunning location and receiving the reaction of the public to his works”. He added, “it isn’t usual for me to exhibit here, I normally hold most exhibitions in major art centres such as Paris and London, but I am so happy to be here, speaking to people and seeing how they relate to my pieces.”

Nimrod Messeg was born in Israel in 1970 and is the son of the famous Israeli painter Aharon Messeg and the poet Sabina Messeg. Nimrod began sculpting from an early age in his father’s workshop and has developed his own unique and eclectic style. After travelling around the world for many years, Nimrod settled in Marbella in 1999. He has developed his own artisan method of sculpting with iron. He uses traditional forging techniques to create
textures, shapes and effects which transform the metal into something beautiful, light and soft.

The exhibition runs until the 21 st of November and entrance is free.

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