Many artists have demonstrated their artistic skills by making beautiful paintings in Ibiza's surroundings. The artists visit the Mediterranean island to turn their imagination into reality. That is why there are a large number of museums and exhibition halls on the island that show the traces of history and artwork that show the colors and lifestyle of the people living on the island.
Many artists from different parts of the world have settled on the island. Ibiza has become a haven for artists, painters and sculptors who visited the site and looked for a secluded place where they could express their feelings in the form of art. The clear image of the island is loved by painters and photographers who have gathered the different facets of the island's rich culture. Artists from different parts of the world have tried to capture everything from the landscape to the hippies to the old Ibizan culture and traditions of art.
There are a large number of privately owned art galleries in Ibiza. Some of them include Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Lalibertes Lune Rouge in Ibiza Town and La Nave Salinas in the small harbor. Many restaurants on the island also display the work of local artists in exhibitions such as Art Café Can Tuxedo near San Rafael.
You can enjoy the island's art and culture at the annual Bloop Festival. The festival marks the celebration of global issues through art. You can see ideas expressed through giant murals. You can expect live installations, interactive workshops and music at the festival. There are other interesting art exhibitions on the island that keep art and culture alive.
There are some of the best museums on the island such as the Mace Contemporary Art Museum in the old city of Ibiza which displays works by international artists. Another museum named Museo Puget is located in the city of Ibiza and shows works of art by two popular artists' sons from Ibiza, Puget Vinas and Puget Riquer. The museum is located in a beautiful old palace. The works of the two painters are divided into different galleries.
There is an old country house near the church of Santa Eulalie which is home to the Ibiza Ethnographic Museum. The museum shows the island's pastoral lifestyle, including household utensils and agricultural equipment. You can also see old jewelry, traditional costumes, musical instruments and weapons. You can imagine life on the island a couple of hundred years ago.
The Ibiza Art Club is an association of visual arts that consists of artists of different origins. The main goal of the club is to make members' artwork accessible to the public through various exhibitions and events. Since 2007, the club has organized an art at the Catwalk event. The event invites artists and fashion designers to send wearable art along the catwalk. It links to the people involved in the design. All clothing must be made of unusual material and must match the season's styles.