Day: April 5, 2021

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The keys to the home in which Rosales wrote ‘La casa encendida’, bequeathed to Cervantes | Culture

Luis Rosales Fouz, son of the poet Luis Rosales, with the shirt that his father wore the day he entered the RAE.Juan Carlos Hidalgo / EFE “They are the dead that are born / from the winter of the world, they are the dead / that are living and burning / with God’s oil.” Verses […]

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Ursula Kuczynski: wife, mother and the best spy of all time | Culture

Ursula Kuczynski, aka Ruth Werner, alias Agent Sonya She was a Red Army officer, radio communication expert, saboteur, first-rate spy, and highly successful writer. He did it all while raising his family, a situation that was his perfect alibi and also a fatal trap. If its story is not known, it is because until now […]

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‘Cosmic Madonna’: An almost unknown work by Dalí goes up for auction after 50 years in a private room | Culture

First color photograph of ‘Cosmic Madonna’, painted by Dalí in 1958 that goes on sale. Cosmic Madonna, one of the paintings made by Salvador Dalí in 1958, within his mystical-nuclear period, had not been seen since his last exhibition in New York in 1965. Now, after the death of its owner, he has had it […]

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Viola Davis, Chadwick Boseman and ‘The Chicago 7 Trial’, SAG Award Winners | Culture

The 27th edition of the premiums SAG was held last night of April 4 at a telematics gala in which the late Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther) won the best leading actor award for his role in The mother of the blues. With that award, he becomes the main Oscar favorite to the detriment of Anthony […]

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‘Brilliant Live Adventures’: Bowie Factory Jams | Culture

David Bowie, at a concert in Vienna in 1996.Leonhard Foeger / Reuters One of the many intuitions of David Bowie was his understanding of the value of the file. Something that took shape in his willingness to store everything he owned (and discreetly acquire material that was in other hands), which was evident in the […]

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Paloma Chen: “The Chinese restaurant is a place of resistance” | Culture

The poet Paloma Chen in March of this year at the Valencian bookstore United Minds.Monica Torres Paloma Chen grew up between spring rolls, three delights rice and sweet and sour chicken, at the Chinatown restaurant in Utiel, Alicante. Her parents had migrated from the Wenzhou region of China in the 1980s, like many other relatives […]

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‘One year, one night’: Spanish cinema returns to the Bataclan attack | Culture

The scene is nocturnal and fatal, but in it the points of light shine. They are emitted by the sirens of the ambulances, which turn with apparent uncontrol, added to the iridescent reflections of the isothermal blankets that cover the backs of dozens of extras, scattered throughout the road of a wide Parisian boulevard. Director […]

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The great photographic archive of the pandemic

The great photographic archive of the pandemic

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