LOVE MADE IT IN US, LIKE A DAY IT WAS LIGHT – Meira Delmar: Evening is no longer an evening; it is the memory of that other

The perception of having already met, of being the expected “other”. In her honor, the National Poetry Prize that bears her name was created. She was a poet of Lebanese Colombian origin. Born in Barranquilla on a day in August 1922, Olga Isabel Chams Eljach became know under the pseudonym of Meira Delmar. Among the most significant poets of the …

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BORN SINGING – Marta Gómez: When you compos to ward off nostalgia

Learning how to sing to the soul and the soul learned how to listen Born in Girardot, she lives currently in Barcelona. She is is a Colombian singer and songwriter. After obtaining a Best Achievement Scholarship, Marta Gómez http://martagomez.com/ graduated Magna Cum Laude. Whit her group, she perform a repertoire of songs with a mixture of rhythms that range from …

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IRREALLY DILATED SUBJECTS AND OBJECTS – Fernando Botero: An incisive style that is influenced by abstract expressionism

Do not paint anything different from the world you knew in Medellín His colors are soft, never enhanced, often evenly applied and without contours. As a child, he undergoes the charm of the illustrations of the Divine Comedy by Gustave Doré. Fernando Botero http://www.fernandobotero.com/ was born in Medellín on a day in April 1932, establishing himself as a Colombian painter, …

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TRAVEL MEXICO IT LEAVES YOU SPEECHLESS – Travel from Guadalajara to Acapulco, crossing Rio Verde and Mexico City

A worthwhile adventure into Mexican trip Barriga llena, corazón contento (full belly, happy heart). Remembering this Mexican way of saying, you can make the memory of your holiday more joyful. Its cuisine is a mix of pre-Hispanic and Spanish influences, but dishes have their own flavors and are made with local techniques. One of its main dishes is birria (goat …

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FAR UNIVERSE, UNDER DRESSES THAT DO NOT REVEAL – Eunice Adorno: Promoting the

Intrigued by the Mennonite women Mexico City is the best place to eat tacos, a unique opportunity to savour the delights of this humble cuisine. Strolling through Centro Historico, you can discover all the tacos are delicious, such as the taco de carnitas (featuring beyond succulent pork). Ending your tour (with a chance to drink tequila), in the most historic …

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TRANSFORMABLE FASHION – Ximena Valero: When clothes can be worn in multiple ways

Excellence, in evening dresses Traditional Mexican clothing combines native and European elements https://cielitolindomex.com/collections/embroidered-dresses. The fibers of choice across the country are cotton, bark and agave, as well as wool and silk, but the deep cultural roots in Mexico uncover unique traditional outfits found nowhere else. In ancient times Aztec women were taught to weave by hand (primarily used cotton or …

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WRITING ABOUT A CRUEL PLACE TO LIVE IN Juan Rulfo – No one knowed better than him do how far heaven was, but he also known all the shortcuts

The rural Mexico the times of the Revolution  Backed by the mountains of the Sierra Madre del Sur, in the mid-20th century, this beach resort was the haunt of Sinatra, Bardot and Elizabeth Taylor. Fort San Diego, Acapulco’s top historical monument, is its star fort, first erected in 1617 to ward off pirate attacks. One of Mexico’s great 20th-century artists …

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WHEN REVOLUTION CREATIVELY INTERVED – Gerardo Murillo Cornado, alias Dr. Atl: To push for an artistic revolution of dynamic painting

Painting a country with an exotic past and a cosmopolitan perspective Its cuisine is a mix of pre-Hispanic and Spanish influences, but dishes have their own flavors and are made with local techniques. One of its main dishes is birria (goat or lamb meat) cooked in a spicy sauce seasoned with chili peppers, ginger, cumin, black pepper, oregano and cloves. …

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PERCEPTION IS DIFFICULT TO DESCRIBE – Hazel Larsen Archer: Watching has always been a part of my life. I do not know why

When she started taking pictures, she was an observer The best months for good weather in Santa Fe (New Mexico), run from May to October. In this period, the thermometer reaches a temperature of 18 degrees. For your souvenirs, El Nicho https://www.elnichosantafe.com/ it is amazing, the owner is the sweetest person on earth and local artists make all of the …

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DO NOT WAIT UNTIL MONDAY – Orlando Dugi: Focus energy on building the new one

After designed his first three garments, he knew this is what he wanted to do Jessica Metcalf opened a fashion boutique in Gardena (North Dakota). Kelly Holmes founded the first Native American fashion magazine. Indigenous designers https://www.newmexico.org/nmmagazine/articles/post/native-fashion/ incorporate motifs and customary materials into their wearable artworks. Urban Outfitters created a collection featuring underwear and other items, with art based on …

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THE LAND OF LITTLE RAIN – Mary Hunter Austin: We are not all born at once, but by bits

The tree that it speaks to the austere mountain heads and the watching stars A tour of the Mojave Desert https://traveltips.usatoday.com/mojave-desert-tours-60753.html, inspired American songwriter Carrie Jacobs-Bond to compose the song A Perfect Day. Mojave Desert is one of the most popular tourism spots in North America, for its scenic beauty-playing host to Mojave National Preserve. There are other areas of …

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FARMER AND FLUTIST, PERFORMER, SINGER AND ACTOR – Robert Mirabal: All i see are dark dreary rain clouds, but it’s okay because the sun always sets like an indian

On stage with a hand drum, singing a traditional Tiwa song In every corner of New Mexico, visitors can find festivals, performances, concerts and music. Among its annual music events, Taos Solar Music Festival https://taos.org/events/music-festivals/, you offers entertainment from the best of national and regional artists each June. Many musicians call Taos home, and its energetic wineries and brewpubs bring …

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MOUNTAINS, SKULLS AND FLOWERS – Georgia O’Keeffe: Take the time to look at her world

Sensual art, able to reveal its torments Welcome to Santa Fe (New Mexico), where Canyon Road is a wonderful open-air museum (with sculptures, paintings and works of art), which is absolutely worth a visit. The Loretto Chapel is an ancient Catholic church (now used as a museum and wedding chapel), characterized by its spiral-shaped spiral staircase. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum …

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