Day: June 7, 2021

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Ultrasounds to protect Rafael from pigeons | Culture

Pope Leo X commissioned Raphael in 1514 to make, on a natural scale, the cartoons of 10 tapestries that, during the most solemn ceremonies, would dress the lower part of the Sistine Chapel. The result of his work was a compendium of unpublished compositions, of grandiose landscapes and architectures made according to the Renaissance principles […]

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Javier Rey and Macarena Astorga present ‘La casa del Caracol’ to EL PAÍS readers | Culture

Macarena Astorga already knew that her film The snail’s house it had been selected to participate in the Malaga Festival a few days before it was made public. Still, when he saw the news, he cried. The director’s first feature film participates in the official section of the film event, which runs until June 13. […]

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The great exhibition on Emilia Pardo Bazán

The great exhibition on Emilia Pardo Bazán

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Malaga Festival: Vicky Luengo, the little ant of Spanish interpretation | Culture

The actress Vicky Luengo, at the Malaga Palacio hotel.Garcia-Santos / El Pais The one who reads the most. The most intelligent. The little ant of the Spanish interpretation. The hardest worker. Passionate about her profession. A quick questionnaire to the professional travel companions of Vicky Luengo (Palma, 31 years old) yields an almost disquieting result: […]

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National Library: The two shores of the world by Emilia Pardo Bazán | Culture

Portrait of Emilia Pardo Bazán taken by Alfonso in 1918.VEGAP / Photograph of the General Administration Archive Can you be a Catholic and a radical feminist, a traditionalist and fascinated by science; mother of three children and defend that motherhood is an option and not an obligation for women; conservative and progressive, Carlist and cosmopolitan? […]

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Ollé moves ‘La bohème’ to the outskirts of a big city | Culture

‘La Bohème’, by Puccini, by Àlex Ollé, at the Liceo. From the Latin Quarter of 1830 Paris in which Giacomo Puccini sets the Bohemian, to the periphery of any big city. The Catalan stage director Àlex Ollé, a member of La Fura dels Baus, brings the action of the popular opera to our days in […]

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Roberto Cantoral, the architect of the transition from bolero to ballad | Culture

The influence of the good memory of his father and the inspiration and poetic soul of his mother were certainly worth a lot to him. Roberto Cantoral throughout his musical career. In the bosom of a humble family, Roberto and his brother Antonio soon stood out in the world of song, although not even in […]

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Remil, Argentine spy, antihero and state criminal | Elementary Blog

The journalist and writer Jorge Fernández Díaz (Buenos Aires, 60 years old) knows well the reality from which the novels of Remil drink, that antihero who moves in the shadow of power and in the sewers of the State and its parallel machinery and who stars a new adventure in Treachery (Destination). To put you […]

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Javier Gomá: “The management of the pandemic has something of creative botch” | Culture

The philosopher Javier Gomá, at the headquarters of the Juan March Foundation, in Madrid, on May 11.INMA FLORES His is the optimism of the will, and of the thought. “Our time is the best in history,” he thinks, for example; and in fact the disease of the time has passed, and he has recovered, as […]

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Four cement towers will cover the great Tartessian necropolis of Huelva | Culture

Current state of the head of La Joya (Huelva), where the four buildings are planned.Juanma Brioso In what is now an unbuilt elevated plot in the center of Huelva, between the streets of Fray Junípero Serra and San Sebastián, one of the most important Tartessian enclaves in the world was built between the 8th and […]

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