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‘Mata Mua’ must be back in four days from the signing of the contract with Carmen Cervera | Culture

The painting ‘Mata Mua’ during the 2012 exhibition ‘Gauguin, voyage to the exotic’ at the Thyssen museum in Madrid.Bernardo perez The Mata Mua by Paul Gauguin, the most representative painting in Carmen Cervera’s collection, which she took from the museum in June of last year to take to Andorra, must return to the Thyssen-Bornemisza Foundation […]

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‘Rizi (Days)’: loneliness on the screen | Culture

In just two weeks, the latest film by the Malaysian filmmaker Tsai Ming-Liang, settling in Taiwan, coincides with the billboard. Rizi (Days) and one of his most acclaimed works, Goodbye, Dragon Inn, a song to the cinema that returns in a remastered version after its first screening at the 2003 Venice Film Festival. This elegy […]

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The last happy days of Francisco Brines | Culture

Francisco Brines died on Thursday night at the age of 89 in the Gandia hospital (Valencia). He was admitted last week, was operated on for a hernia in an emergency operation and a slow repair was expected given his fragile state of health. In the end, the great writer, vitalist and scholar, close and sociable, […]

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The last days without memories of Gabriel García Márquez | Culture

When Gabriel García Márquez wrote One Hundred Years of SolitudeIn the sixties, he said that one of the most difficult moments came the day he typed the death of the memorable Colonel Aureliano Buendía. Gabo left his study in the house where he lived in Mexico City, looked for his wife Mercedes in a room […]

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‘Four days’: Glenn Close, mother of a desktop heroine | Culture

Based on a report by The Washington Post, Four days turns Glenn Close into the mother of a junkie, Mila Kunis, faced with her addiction and her family during the four days of the title, which are those of the endless wait for the start of a new detoxification treatment. Rodrigo García focuses in his […]

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The Madrid days of the poet who recited Joe Biden | Culture

The poet Amanda Gorman during her visit to Madrid, in May 2019, at the Juan Rulfo bookstore. RAÚL ASENCIORaúl Asencio Amanda Gorman, the 22-year-old writer who wants to preside over the United States and who presented herself to the world at Joe Biden’s investiture ceremony as the youngest poet to do something similar, was in […]

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The Royal Theater identifies a contagion in the massive screening of the last three days | Culture

Yolanda Auyanet (Norma) during the interpretation of ‘Casta Diva’, by Bellini.Javier del Real / Teatro Real The Royal Theater has made public this Thursday in a statement that it carried out 453 coronavirus analyzes on its workers between April 5 and 7. On the first day of screening, one positive was detected among the 56 […]

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Exciting days: Naoise Dolan and the novel of sentimental precariousness | Culture

Naoise Dolan, in a recent promotional image, in Dublin. Naoise Dolan (Dublin, 29 years old) and her Exciting days (Today’s Topics) began to go around the world after her compatriot, the successful author Sally Rooney, included in the summer of 2018 an excerpt from this, her first novel, in the scout magazine Stinging Fly. The […]

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525 days | Culture | THE COUNTRY

David de Miranda, before the fourth bull of the afternoon.Torostv The figure ―525 days― was offered by Torostv, and refers to the time that the right-handed Diego Urdiales had been without wearing the suit of lights; specifically, from October 6, 2019 in the Plaza de Zaragoza. That is the case of the Rioja right-hander, but […]

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The Spain of the 20th century in seven days | Culture

Twenty-four hours can condense in a special way actions, emotions, challenges, tragedies, achievements, wishes and hopes, and leave a deep trace in a country. We usually approach history from long arcs of time. But what happens if, for once, we focus our attention on the specific moments that have most marked our collective past? The […]

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