Visit the Richard Ellis Photographic Exhibition and get an idea of what Malta looked like in the early 20th century. The photographs focus exclusively on the General Post Office in Valletta and give us a good idea of the workings of the postal service both from the front counters and behind the scenes too!
Valletta-based artist Madeleine Gera brings together a selection of recent oil paintings depicting the city she now calls home. In Valletta and Other Strokes of the Brush she uses the local cityscape and surrounding harbour area, to explore the idea of light under varying conditions. Her paintings read as a personal diary of activities that occur throughout the year. Full of vibrancy and richness of colour, Gera interprets subtle changes that occur when painting en plein air and tells the story of a city undergoing change.
This exhibition will be open to the public from 19 May to 1 June. The MPM is open daily from 10-4pm weekdays and from 10-2pm Saturdays.