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Bad Bunny embarks on a ‘last’ journey | Culture

The famous Puerto Rican reggaeton singer known as Bad Bunny has been speculating for some time with the idea that he is going to leave the music world after a year of glory and awards. This Friday, at midnight in Puerto Rico (early morning in Spain), he has released his fourth solo album on all […]

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It’s not you, it’s the cosmos: The journey that turned Mela Pabón into the reggaeton astrologer | Culture

Puerto Rican illustrator Mela Pabón.Daniela Paola “Supakid” Mariela Pabón (Puerto Rico, 1991) is a Scorpio, with a rising in Cancer and a moon in Scorpio. This could mean nothing or imply that the artist was born ready for intensity, creativity and mental movies. “I have many planets and signs in the fifth house, which is […]

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‘Transit’, exile as a journey to inner hell | Culture

Few authors reflected better than Max Aub the tragic dilemma that nests in the exile: to become a character that imposes himself on himself, and those around him, a loyalty that ends up being incompatible with the weaknesses of those who are stranded on land strange. In the theater piece Transit, Aub draws a character, […]

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Picasso’s journey towards cubism

Picasso’s journey towards cubism

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Travis Birds’ journey into madness out of his cerebral silence | Culture

We are vermin. The one who writes this and the one who reads it too. Everyone. Travis Birds (Madrid, 30 years old) affirms it with knowledge of the facts. She has made the journey, one full of holes, doors ajar, rooms where we see ourselves doing things we don’t like. Or yes, and we did […]

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Naples, the Academy of San Fernando and the room of a 19th century politician: the romantic journey of the supposed ‘caravaggio’

An eccehomo by Caravaggio’s Michelangelo Merisi (1571-1610), the genius, murderous and heartless painter who was always involved in fights, left Italy in 1656. The Count of Castrillo, viceroy of Naples, brought him to Spain. A growing number of experts believe it is the same painting that appeared at an auction in Madrid this month. The […]

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‘Relic’: Dark Journey to Death and Insanity | Culture

Australian-Japanese Natalie Erika James’s debut feature is a disturbing allegory of family ties, senile dementia and death. The film, which places its author among the surprising new wave of female directors who are reviewing horror cinema from a gender perspective, tells of three women – a grandmother, her daughter and her granddaughter, played respectively by […]

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‘The girls’: a long and difficult journey towards the Goya | Culture

The day after your movie, The girls, will win four Goya awards, to become the great winner of a special edition, the first hybrid because of the coronavirus, Pilar Palomero (Zaragoza, 40 years old), its director, wants to make two things clear: she is immensely “happy”, although not It has been an “easy road, because […]

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A female cinematographic journey through the Basque Country | Culture

For decades, the Basque matriarchy has been spoken of as a social movement. In the book Tides, Toti Martínez de Lezea writes the history of 35 Basques in 35 towns on the coast to show that in reality the Basque woman does not appear in the history books, although it is true that in some […]

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