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BE A CREATIVE IN MADRID – Six ways to generate something beautiful in Spain

Expressive versatility in art, on six sides of its base polygon For a few years, Spain https://www.spain.info/en/ has implemented a real strategic plan for the promotion of cultural activities and creative industries, providing for interventions related to the development of professional skills. The influence of the creative approach has ancient and widespread traditions throughout the Spanish territory, but what we …

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BECOME A POPULAR SPANISH ILLUSTRATOR – The creative verve of Raul Arias, between Reader’s Digest and Jack London

An image worker rather than an artist By condensing them in his mind, he translates concepts and is able to synthesize them. He likes to draw achievable things, even do murals with street artists. At his creative debut, Raul Arias http://www.raularias.com/ was not only an audiovisual animator, but he also collaborated with publishers and advertising agencies. After these experiences, he …

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THE POETICS OF PHOTOGRAPHIC CHANGEOVER – Chema Madoz and the hidden face of things

Photographing the conflicting opposition between real and virtual From his point of view, objects have the same character as words: it is by creatively blending them together that he constructs his visual meanings. Born in Madrid in 1958, Chema Madoz https://www.famousphotographers.net/chema-madoz is a Spanish photographer well known for his poetic and surrealist black and white photographs. He studied Art History …

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LIVING AND MAKING FASHION, FROM TRADITION TO INNOVATION – An experience in Paris, his own label and the first fashion show at Pasarela Cibeles

The excellence of Roberto Verino, between Paris and his family tailoring His Urban Nomadism collection is design for a life without barriers where you can create proposals that meet the needs of today. He is a timeless Spanish designer, but what he creates is functional and elegant. A brand born in 1982, which has become synonymous with quality, has made …

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A LINK BETWEEN ITALIAN AND SPANISH POETRY – Slowly but not too much, together with Inma J. Ferrero

If poetry makes us aware of what surrounds us Because of her ability to grasp everything in detail, this poet cultivates a great passion for haiku. Inma J. Ferrero was born in Madrid in 1977. Poet, literary critic and founder of the cultural magazine Proverso, she is a member, among other things, of Novelados, Red writers and Yo soy poeta, …

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THE THOUSAND MUSICAL SOULS OF BEATRIZ LUENGO – Writing lyrics full of emotions that connect with the listener

When your own talent merges with that of a Cuban musician and actor For her, Latin music is rhythm connected to emotion, something like a dance: moving your feet, crying and, why not, laughing. She studied song and dance, starred in various musicals and became a star of Spanish television. Her powerful music transformed her into the most sought after …

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CONTEMPORARY SPANISH EXPRESSIONISM AND SURREALISM – The Spanish artist Jose Manuel Merello

If you paint influenced by Picasso, Miro and Matisse Inspired by the masterpieces housed in the Prado Museum in Madrid, he embodied many women in his paintings. His romantic female art nudes are made of acrylic. As you have certainly noticed, in what he paints Picasso exerts great influence. Abstract and surrealist painting for José Manuel Merello https://amberfullerdesigns.weebly.com/blog/jose-manuel-merello plays an …

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CREATIVE WINDOWS, TO CHANGE THE AIR OF A CITY – Milan, beautiful even in the fog, like a woman with a veil

Creative people, between discretion, discipline and duty The Comacina island, on Lake Como, is part of its heritage, but this centuries-old Milanese art academy also boasts a photo library, a collection of plaster sculptures and an endless historical archive, a picture gallery, a drawings and prints cabinet, as well as its own library of contemporary art. As students or teachers, …

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A PERSONAL STYLE, ELEGANT AND SOPHISTICATED IN THE DESIGN – Guido Crepax and the archetype of a subversive femininity

Women of neoliberty in comics, in the name of eroticism Some of his characters were the fruit of his imagination, others instead, from literary works. His wife, with whom he had three children, was the inspiration of his famous character, Valentina, who left an indelible mark on the world of twentieth-century erotic comics. Sick for years of a serious form …

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KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND TASTE FOR THE IMAGE – Alfa Castaldi and his constant evolution of style and photographic technique

A key figure in Italian photography Inaugurated in June 1911 in the center of Milan, in the Brera area, it was a bar equipped with a telephone and an espresso coffee machine. Entering it you will find not only the scent of a hundred years of history, but also and above all of art. The Jamaica bar http://www.jamaicabar.it/storia/, frequented by …

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