A couple of weeks ago, I went with two good friends to see this year’s Ninot Exhibition at the City of Arts and Sciences.
If you’ve forgotten what a ninot is, you might like to take look at this post from last year (has it really been a year already?) which explains all.
Just as last year, there was a huge range of different styles on display, but there were a few themes that seemed to run through many of the entries. One was environmentalism, which is ironic considering the horrendous environmental impact of burning the Fallas monuments.
I didn’t take as many pictures as last year – and those I did take are mainly of the children’s ninots – but I thought I’d post a few of my favourites here anyway for the benefit of those of you who won’t have the chance to get to the exhibition yourselves. If you can, it’s worth a visit – and at only 3€, including the chance to vote for which ninot gets saved from the flames, the entry fee is a bargain.