26 Jun ‘Oleographs’, a retrospective of the olive sector
The Olive and Olive Oil Interpretation Center hosts the ‘Oleographs’ exhibition, a retrospective of the olive sector
Oleographies is the exhibition opened on March 6 at the Olive and Oil Interpretation Center (Úbeda), an exhibition of photographs by Baltasar López Cuadra, better known as Balta, which is a retrospective of the olive sector.
From Claramunt we wanted to be present at the presentation of this exhibition, which in the words of the president of the Olive and Oil Interpretation Center, Javier Gámez, ‘contributes to highlighting the work carried out by professionals in the olive oil sector and the quality of virgin olive oils extra that are produced in the province, and of course, to the promotion and diffusion of liquid gold ‘.
Without a doubt, it is an excellent way to value the product and to show the way in which producers, designers and photographers try to reach the customer. This is the case of our brand, which is present in this exhibition with various images of our products and promotional sessions.
The Olive and Olive Oil Interpretation Center is a modern and interactive space, where audiovisual panels present everything there is to know about Extra Virgin Olive Oil: history, olive oil production, varieties of olives, gastronomy, uses of the oil and health benefits, etc. In addition, it carries out multiple activities for the promotion of EVOO.
Oleographies is open to the public from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. On Sundays it can only be visited in the morning.