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Seahorse - Caballo de mar

Antonina Fatkhullina

Tarajalejo /  Seahorse - <i>Caballo de mar</i>   Tarajalejo /  Seahorse - <i>Caballo de mar</i>


Sculpture of a seahorse made from steel and stones.


museo de las formas del mar


Antonina Fathullina. Laningrado, 1982

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Tarajalejo, noviembre de 2017

Information Sign

From the Mareseum information sign:

La obra, que se sirve de piedras marinas, representa el símbolo del océano, un recordatorio de la importancia del equilibrio ecológico en la Tierra. Vívido ejemplo de la increíble belleza sin límites de la naturaleza.

This artwork made by stones collected from the sea, represents the ocean as a symbol, a reminder of the importance of the ecological balance of the Earth. lt is a vivid example of the limitless and astonishing beauty of nature.

Das Kunstwerk, das zum Teil mit aus dem Meer herausgenommenen Steinen angefertigt wurde, erinnert an die Wichtigkeit des okologischen Gleichgewichts der Erde. Ein lebhaftes Beispiel für die unglaubliche und grenzenlose Schonheit der Natur.



'Mareseum' is an open-air museum that includes five pieces of art by by artists of different nationalities and based on the same topic: the sea and everything that belongs in it and is inspired by it.
These artworks were made in November 2017, at the 1st International Sculptors Meeting in Tarajalejo, FÔRMAR 2017, and they stretch along the village's promenade, creating a unique museum that invites you to discover and interpreting the artworks.

The five sculptures are:

  1. Pescador de Sueños, by Juan Miguel Cubas (Fuerteventura),
  2. Seahorse, by Antonina Fatkhullina (Russia),
  3. Ventana al infinito, by Ana Mamulashvili (Georgia) (abstract, included here to be complete),
  4. Ladrón de perlas IV, by Amancio González (Spain),
  5. Islas Canarias, by Jhon Gogaberishvili (Georgia),

Source & Information:
Ayuntamiento de Tuineje, 6 November 2017, ‘Mareseum’ el nuevo producto turístico que dinamizará el paseo marítimo de Tarajalejo.


Location (N 28°11'30" - W 14°7'8")

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Item Code: esca410; Photograph: 17 April 2018
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