May 30, 2010

Outerbridge, Flynt

Paul Outerbridge, "Nude with Sculpture Head" (1937)

Milos Forman, "The People vs. Larry Flynt", French Poster (1996)

May 27, 2010

Interview mit Cornelia Poletto

DIE ZEIT veröffentlicht heute eine kurze Version eines längeren Interviews, das ich letzte Woche mit Cornelia Poletto, vielleicht der bekanntesten Köchin, geführt habe. Es geht um die Einfachheit in der Küche: Pizza Margherita, Bio-Bewegung, Locavorism, usw.

Viel Vergnügen beim Lesen!

May 26, 2010

Los Tigres del Norte at "The New Yorker"

Alec Wilkinson, editor of "The New Yorker", published an audiocast on Los Tigres del Norte.

La Reconquista!

"Yo no crucé la frontera, la frontera me cruzó a mí..." And last week I listened obsesively to the Tigres del Norte and Intocable due to homesicknes. At least I had yesterday big pieces of Argentinean asado (200 years of Independencia), which was great, but still not better than our arrachera.

May 22, 2010

Levi's 127

This week, Levi's celebrated 127 years. The Californian brand had an surprising boom after the II World War. Today, Levi's is synonym of blue jeans. Their adds offer the American Dream.

May 10, 2010

Dani Levy on persistance, waiting and patience

A great interview!

(Not) Falling

Accident :: Montparnasse :: Paris :: 1895

Art :: René Magritte :: "La durée poignardée" (1939)
- gracias, Memo -

Art :: Mumok :: Vienna :: Erwin Wurm :: "House Attack" :: 2006

Stupidity :: Bank of America :: Tulsa, Oklahoma :: 2010

May 8, 2010

Ximo in Berlin

Today the Goethe Institut published a little piece on their project "Todo Alemán": it's about my mate Ximo, a cool guy from Valencia living in Berlin.

The nice thing about this text is that I wrote it in Spanish and German and it was translated to English: the first translation of a text of mine...

May 4, 2010

Anonymous talents II

This post refers to this one.

There is a special happiness in discovering.

Some days ago I "discovered" this girl (she looks tapatía) who has a cute voice. Another anonymous talent. Psychologists, I dare to think, are aware of this and they might have had a crucial role in the development of "next-star"-contests...