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Alejandra Glez: The denunciation of machismo and gender discrimination as a work of art | Culture

Three or four years ago, the young Cuban Alejandra Glez (Havana, 1996) went to work for a time in Lima. She was 20 years old and her career as a photographer was just taking off, but the months she spent at the Fugaz del Callao artistic residence left a deep mark on her. In Lima […]

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Books: Alejandra Pizarnik, the myth returns | Culture

Can a writer change her skin half a century after her death? Alejandra Pizarnik, yes. After the publication of Diana tree, his fourth book, prefaced by Octavio Paz, Pizarnik (Avellaneda, 1936- Buenos Aires, 1972) became an inevitable name in twentieth-century poetry. The legend of this cult poet, encouraged by a tragic death at 36 years […]

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