Mallorca Caprice by Mallorca Global, winter edition, brings current journalistic content and large-scale interviews to the audience in a publication with a Mallorcan stamp. An in-depth report on climate change and vehicle saturation anticipates the debate that is coming in the Balearic Islands. Adolfo Utor, president of Baleària, explains the “competitive, harsh and hostile environment” that his company faces in the Mediterranean and we offer an overview of the take-off of Balearic craft beer.
The most important gallery owners on the island discuss the local and global art market and we dialogue with the multifaceted and tireless artist Rossy de Palma. In the sports field, the marathoner Toni Contestí gives advice on how to prepare physically and mentally to run demanding tests and we review the career of Cata Coll, the goalkeeper of Barça with feline reflexes. In addition, the writer José Carlos Llop details which are the cities he loves and offers a list of Mallorcan writers who will make people talk. Biel Amer, brand new director of the Teatre d ‘Inca, defines the guidelines for his management, and the filmmaker Marcos Cabotá, twice nominated for the Goya Awards, gives his vision of Balearic cinema and advances his new project.
As is customary, prestigious columnists such as Camilo J. Cela Conde, Eduardo Jordá, Antoni Riera, Andreu Palou or the Palma chronicler, Bartomeu Bestard, and the article by the director, José E. Iglesias, give their opinion. A full Yearbook with the most important news of 2021 and an agenda of activities complete the edition.
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