Information About Għaqda Filantropika Talent Mosti

Exhibition by Reuben Chricop from 3rd Feb :

Ladies and Gentlemen we introduce you to Reuben Chircop.

Reuben is a photographic artist with over ten years hands-on experience working with various subjects in different locations which are usually translated from particular thoughts or carry with them intense messages.

Although he focuses mainly on architectural and abstract photography, he is also keen on other areas of the medium which help him diversify into new subjects, such as travel, modeling and family photography.

He has been exhibiting his works in various places around Malta and Gozo with different titles and subjects. Reuben has also taken his photography to other countries such as the United Kingdom and Italy.

For him photography is not just a print, or a shot taken in a specific time. His intention is initially driven by a thought, then he strives into searching for that right moment which best describes his thought and translates it into an image.

Reuben is keen on improving further and will give what it takes to reach his aims and to keep sharing his views of the world around him, as he states “the outside world is one big studio”.

For him photography is a way of life, an appreciation towards life itself.

The artistic exhibition by Reubern Chircop is open at the Razzett tal-Markiż in Wied il-Għasel Street Mosta from the 3rd to 16th February.  Opening times: 

Mondays to Saturday from 5.30pm to 8.30pm

Sundays from 10.00am till noon and from 5.30pm to 8.30pm


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Mosta Talent Philantropic Society is a Non-Government Organisation whose main aim is to organise various activities such as art exhibitions, book launches, public discussions, drama etc. The money raised from these activities is presented on a yearly basis in the form of various donations to those in need: to both individuals and associations such as Inspire, the Malta Community Chest Fund, Dar tal-Providenza, Puttinu Cares and many more. So, while helping artists, authors, and poets promote their works in the Razzett, we provide time and space for people to get together to discuss various aspects of art and culture, share and enlighten each other with knowledge in a friendly environment.

All this takes place at ir-Razzett tal-Markiż in Wied il-Għasel Road, Mosta, Malta. This farmhouse is a three-hundred year-old rural architecture which belonged to the Marquis Mallia Tabone. We do our best to maintain the Razzett well-kept so as to enhance the peaceful atmosphere and antique charm it possesses.

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During these last thirty years, the Mosta Talent Philantropic Society has been instrumental in propogating various expressions of popular culture, whilst instilling a sense of social solidarity, not only within its hardworking members, but also to the thousands of Maltese and foreigners who have visited the Society’s farmhouse at Mosta for one or more ot its ever on-going exhibitions and other various activities.

Standing tall for Maltese folklore, the Razzett tal-Markiż houses two permanent exhibitions of typical tools, serving as a tribute to the Maltese manual work and manual worker, local art and artists. It is the meeting place of art, culture and philantropy.

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A picture speaks a thousand words, so we encourage you to have a look at our website , which is updated regularly with articles about future, current and previous events, as well as with photos of the various activities and a tour around the Razzett itself. We invite you to pay a visit to our Razzett which is open everyday from 6 pm to 9  pm. Sundays open also from 10am till noon. For more information as how to find us, please follow the map in the Administration Section of our website: or contact us on our e-mail:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  You can call us on phone no: 21 420632. or contacft us on facebook: Ir-Razzett tal-Markiż.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">

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