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Emmanuel Mouret: ‘The things we say, the things we do’: theory and practice of love and desire | Culture

Few times has a movie title defined the complexity of love so well: The things we say, the things we do. We are losing strength through our mouths. Also theories. But in love there is no guesswork, just practice, and as soon as we move into always muddy territory, self-imposed dogmas collapse. Emmanuel Moret, a […]

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Concha Buika: “There is nothing younger, more ‘sexy’ and with more desire to live than a 50-year-old woman” | Culture

It arrives, bursting the seams of a mustard dress with one of those patterns that takes you to the African savannah, even though we are in the middle of the Castilian plateau on the hottest day of the year, and establishes an immediate complicity by finishing each sentence with a “ Mommy ”,“ baby ”or“ […]

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The artist Julião Sarmento dies, the intimacy of desire | Culture

The artist Julião Sarmento with his ‘Little Dancer’, exhibited at the Madrid gallery Heinrich Erhardt in 2014.Alvaro Garcia At the 2001 Venice Biennale, a collaboration was presented between the filmmaker Atom Egoyan and the Portuguese artist Julião Sarmento, who died today in Lisbon at the age of 72. Close, that’s what the play was called, […]

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The repression of desire

Herman Hesse’s novel Narciso and Goldmundo, Published in 1930 and set in the Middle Ages, it reflects on the dichotomy between the spiritual and the natural, between the rigor of asceticism and the call of the sensitive, of the will to live and to experiment. Each of the roles that personify duality, monks of an […]

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