PABLO NERUDA QUEDA PROHIBIDO PDF

Queda prohibido no demostrar tu amor, hacer que alguien pague tus deudas y el mal humor. Queda prohibido dejar a tus amigos, no intentar comprender lo que vivieron juntos, llamarles solo cuando los necesitas. Queda prohibido echar a alguien de menos sin alegrarte, olvidar sus ojos, su risa, todo porque sus caminos han dejado de abrazarse, olvidar su pasado y pagarlo con su presente. Queda prohibido no intentar comprender a las personas, pensar que sus vidas valen mas que la tuya, no saber que cada uno tiene su camino y su dicha. Acabo de leer el poema de Alfredo Cuervo Barrero entero, y me parece bueno. Queda prohibido no ser yo ante la gente, fingir ante las personas que no me importan, hacerme el gracioso con tal de que me recuerden, olvidar a todos aquellos que me quieren.

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Lost in Museums with The curators were throughly baffled, wondering if the same girl they had seen an hour earlier was back again to scribble more notes and take more photos. However, the Civic Museum of Contemporary Art in Milan has over ten floors and rooms of art with staircases and escalator traversing back and forth. The museum begins in the s and by the s after three hours, I was thoroughly lost.

I spent the first two weeks of my research traveling throughout Spain, Italy, Paris, Vienna and Poland attending concerts, exploring art museums and reading tremendous amounts of literature.

When I checked in at the Sevilla airport, my bag was overweight at 18kg. I took out the small library that was in my bag and it only weighed 14 kg. On Friday, I flew to Vienna and a day and a half later made my way by train through Austria and the Czech Republic and into Poland to visit Auschwitz—making my country count five in four days.

In Italy and Spain, I took thousands of photos of artwork and pages of notes describing the works, artists, dates and their political orientations. Italy was the most difficult as there were no translations of the titles. I am beginning to see fascinating connections and differences between the various regimes as well as common trends among artists. The art draws on century old techniques traditionally used by the church to communicate crucial messages.

Francis Bacon and Dali both employed the triptych, a painting style in which the events unfold across three panels. They eventually lost importance as society became educated but were revived in the 19th century as an established vehicle for pathos by artists who wanted to portray extremely important themes and political messages.

Because of the nature of my research, I am accumulating tremendous amounts of data photos of artwork, titles of related literature, artist names, related philosophy, names of key political figures. I will try to post analysis and information on some of the pieces here. Once I return to the US, I will continue sorting through and organizing the data —searching for parallels and general trends and understanding what has become a progressively more and more complex topic given the differing perceptions of the roles of art.

For example, Hitler viewed culture architecture, art and music not only as the end to which power should aspire but also as the means of achieving and keeping it.

The culture was an embodiment and reflection of society that if corrupted meant the demise of the state. The arts were a means of unifying the people and lifting them out of feelings of defeat and isolation.

Art can be used by the artist to reflect potent political statements but can also be wrongly interpreted by society to advance and endorse personal ideologies.

However, art eventually emerged that condemned the various atrocities that previous works had enabled.

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