Day: June 2, 2021

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221 pictures are half | Culture

The artist Antonio de Felipe, condemned to recognize the co-authorship of miko Negishi in 221 works.FERNANDO SORDO/A. DE FELIPE / Europe Press The Madrid Court has handed down a ruling that recognizes the “moral right of recognition of authorship” to the Japanese artist Fumiko Negishi, who participated in the works of the painter Antonio de […]

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‘Hondalea’ tans Cristina Iglesias’ artistic dream | Basque Country

The island of Santa Clara de San Sebastián contains a “magical” experience. Art and nature merge in Hondalea, the latest creation by Cristina Iglesias from San Sebastian, a sculpture that recreates the geological strata of the seabed. His visit will be open to the public from this next Saturday. “It is more than what I […]

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The Barcelona Comic Fair endorses the controversy over the Antonio Martín award to the jury | Culture

Image of the Barcelona Comic Fair.Albert garcia Ficomic, the organizing body of the Barcelona Comic Fair, has finally come to terms, after two days of silence, of the controversy generated by the awarding of its main prize to the editor and popularizer of the genre Antonio Martín (Seville, 1939). The announcement that Martín was the […]

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The city of those who are no longer | Blog From the shooter to the city

On February 27, the window of the Hegoa gallery, at 16 rue de Beaune in Paris woke up with the intimacy of one of the illustrious residents of the neighborhood exhibited in the window. Serge Gainsbourg, skinny in his mouth, dries his daughter Kate with a huge white towel. They are sitting on the edge […]

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Jodie Foster will receive the Palme d’Or of Honor at the Cannes Film Festival | Culture

Jodie Foster, at the ‘Money Monster’ press conference at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.ALBERTO PIZZOLI / AFP The American actress, director and producer Jodie Foster (Los Angeles, 58 years old) will receive the Palme d’Or of Honor at the next Cannes film festival, which this Wednesday announced that she wanted to distinguish “a brilliant artistic […]

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Bill Brandt, on the border between beauty and sinister | Madrid

An aura of mystery and beauty surrounds Bill Brandt’s photography (Hamburg, 1904-London, 1983) with its opaque shadows, its streets lit only by the moon, its nudes that turned distorted bodies into abstract sculptures … This added to his work in the dark room, without fuss when it came to retouching the negative until he achieved […]

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‘Tourist’: a spectacular jazz and ‘deep house’ cocktail and a St. Germain masterpiece | Blog North American route and beyond

Ludovic Navarre tells that an accident in a windsurfing sports competition at the age of 15 led him to music. He wanted to be a professional on the waves and, after being forced to stop competing, he ended up obsessing over new technologies. “I discovered my second life,” he confesses. That second life passed through […]

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Raúl Zurita: “There is a Shakespeare of the screens out there, I’m sure” | Culture

For the writer Raúl Zurita (Santiago de Chile, 70 years old), traveling to Spain last November to collect the Reina Sofía Prize for Ibero-American Poetry was one of the greatest satisfactions of his life: “If you think about the awards, they walk away. They are like Dulcineas del Toboso ”. The poet then joined his […]

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Córdoba won an AVE station and lost the largest palace of the Roman Empire | Culture

Aerial view of the palatine area of ​​the Cercadilla site, on May 22, 1991, two days before the excavators entered.Rafael Hidalgo It was huge, brutal, a gigantic attack against the historical heritage, a looting without nuances. “A wound still open,” according to Strong Way, archaeologist of the Andalusian Agency of Cultural Institutions, who this Tuesday […]

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When Linda Boström Knausgård stopped being a character and took the floor | Culture

The writer and poet Linda Boström.Jasmin Storch / Gatopardo Ediciones From Stockholm, in a well-lit and uncluttered room, she speaks in English with a strong Scandinavian accent, dressed in black, contrasted with very white skin and gray eyes. Linda Boström Knausgård (Stockholm, 48 years old) has something of a character taken from an Ingmar Bergman […]

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