CARAMELO – Novel by Sandra Cisneros

A novels that across the border between literary and popular fiction Guanajuato is located between the arid north of the country and the lusher south. The oldest group to inhabit this area, were the people now known as the Chupícuarios. In its Mummies Museum you can observe a number of naturally mummified bodies (interred during a cholera outbreak), in 1833. ...

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JUAN SORIANO (1920/2006), MEXICAN PAINTER – A perpetual rebel

When Art reveal something about the human essence He liked to call himself a “perpetual rebel”. JUAN SORIANO exhibited in the United States and Europe as well as major venues in Mexico (such as the Museo de Arte Moderno and the Palacio de Bellas Artes). Born in Guadalajara, he reputedly saw his future as a painter when he was just ...

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GERARDO MURILLO / DR. ATL (1875/1964), MEXICAN PAINTER – Painting modern mural at the spark of the revolution in 1910

The pioneers of the Mexican movement for artistic nationalism With the aid of borrowed helicopters, GERARDO MURILLO also pioneered a new school of aerial landscape painting. His literary writings include “Stories of All Colors”, which focuses on the themes of the Mexican Revolution. He was interested in the native art of Mexico and the depiction of the Mexican landscape. Although ...

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BECOMING A HOUSEHOLD NAME THROUGH LYRICS – Erin Enderlin

Living, loving, killing, and dying The Conway Symphony Orchestra performs throughout the year. Conway is a city in the American state of Arkansas, founded shortly after the Civil War. When the railroad came through, a small tract of land becomed a depot site named “Conway Station”, that contained two small stores, two saloons, a depot, some temporary housing and a ...

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MANHATTAN BEACH – Novel by Jennifer Egan

A crime story on the waterfront Of her inspiration and approach to the work, listening music she have not experience time as linear, but experience it in layers. JENNIFER EGAN, an American novelist and short story writer who lives in Clinton Hill, (Brooklyn), in 1962 was born in Chicago but grew up in San Francisco. She has published one short ...

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THE BLUE BOOBY LIVES – James Tate and the distirbing poems

Nothing better than to move the reader deeplye Along every avenue and around every corner of the city there is something to do. The Nelson-Atkins Museum is an art gallery in Kansas City (Missouri), well known for its neoclassical architecture and its Asian art collection. Among the masterpieces of his collection of European painting, you can admire works by Caravaggio, ...

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MAN RAY (1890/1976), AMERICAN DADAIST ARTIST – Not caring, but not indifferent

Creativity? Just the determination to realize my dreams Landscape (Paysage Fauve), his 1913 watercolor on paper (35.2 x 24.6 cm), you can admire at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. He was a renowned fashion and portrait photographer. He produced major works in a variety of media, but considered himself a painter above all. This exponent of American Dadaism was born ...

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KATHERINE LINN SAGE (1898/1963), AMERICAN SURREALIST PAINTER – Member of the Golden Age and Post-War periods of surrealism

Living enigmatic relationship, as their art She is known as a visual artist, but she also wrote five volumes of poetry, four short plays and an unpublished autobiography. In 1938 she saw the International Surrealist Exhibition at Galerie Beaux-Arts in Paris, where she was struck by the paintings of Italian artist Giorgio de Chirico (of which she bought one his ...

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A CASE OF YOU – Joni Mitchell, Canadian songwriter

I am first of all a painter, then a musician Its area was inhabited long before any permanent settlement was established, to which the ongoing archaeological work at Wanuskewin Heritage Park. Saskatoon is the largest city in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. One of the city’s landmarks is the Delta Bessborough Hotel, http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yxedb-delta-hotels-bessborough/ among the last railway hotels to be ...

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