October 8th, 2014.
Aviles, a small industrial town on our way to the Picos de Europa, was blessed with a super-modern art gallery, the Centro Niemeyer.
Niemeyer’s super-modern curvilinear design housed a broad empty plaza, and two galleries.
The town was trying hard to keep up to its new reputation as a centre for the arts. The area around the tourist office was bright with colour.
They had chosen a quirky mascot that showed up everywhere.
A mural on an apartment building picked out the colours of the town in an artful way.
Other art was sprinkled around the town.
More on our October 2014 trip to Spain.
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