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Once a month, we propose a reading that is linked to the artistic field because of its content or context. The titles have been selected taking the current exhibition and the collection into account. With regard to the readings proposed, we will celebrate a colloquium at the foundation with the participation of artists, writers and curators.
It uses the object as an element that has been socially rejected. Hanta destroys books, but he sometimes saves some and he accumulates them in his house within an existential solitude that assumes with some complacency. His studies propose a reflection on social relations in cities and the effects of urban life on individuals in the context of global capitalism. The writer understands literature as a form of expression that mixes thought, life, fiction and knowledge, a writing that flows outside the genres.
Drawings, sculptures and photographs that resulted from investigating the locksmith craft: the profession that his father carried out his whole life. Oriol Vilapuig articulates in seven areas and a preamble artworks to talk about fear, loss, eroticism and shame.
Visit us. About us. Winter — Spring Literarture. Winter — Spring Literarture Sponsors and collaborators. Related exhibitions. The sexual night oriol vilapuig Oriol Vilapuig articulates in seven areas and a preamble artworks to talk about fear, loss, eroticism and shame. Ajoblanco Libertario was a key year for the cultural and political transformation of Spain and Barcelona had a main role as a radical and liberal city that has been often
Una soledad demasiado ruidosa - eBook
Like Closely Observed Trains this book is short, indeed barely a novella, but it is beautifully written and well translated into USian. During this time he has salvaged hundreds of rare books and stored them in his flat where they take up all the space and even hang over his bed, like a sword of Damocles ready to fall. The routine of his job is underlined by the repetition in nearly every chapter's first line of his statement about thirty five years spent compacting paper. This could be a metaphor for the dreariness of life under a dictatorship, or just of a relatively uneventful life in general.
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Una soledad demasiado ruidosa
Una Soledad Demasiado Ruidosa