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Actividades en el Centro Español Rey Juan Carlos I en NYU
 

Proyectarán "Antes que anochezca", la vida del escritor cubano Reinaldo Arenas en conjunción con la inauguración del ciclo de escritura creativa en español, entre otras actividades, el 9 de octubre a las 7,15 pm (NY)

(New York)

Tuesday, October 9, 7:15 p.m.

(Film Series: Scribes on Screen:  The figure of the writer in film
- Antes que anochezca (2000, Reynaldo Arenas), by Julian Schnabel
Introduced by Enrique del Risco.

In conjunction with the inauguration of NYU’s new MFA program in Creative Writing in Spanish, we are pleased to present this yearlong series of films which feature writers as protagonists.  Co-sponsored by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.

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Wednesday, October 10, 7:15 p.m. (download postcard)
Exhibit, Slide Show and Book Presentation: HABITATS (Mira Editores, 2007) by award-winning photographer KIKE CALVO®, with forewords by Jean-Michel Cousteau and David Doubilet.

With the photographer Kike Calvo. Introduced by Juan Salas, NYU Performance Studies and scholar of photography.

A compilation of the photographer’s work around the world, since he began his photo career. A visual journey of discovery of our own planet through the eyes of the Spanish photographer with a special emphasis on the landscapes of Spain and Latin America. For more info: www.KIKECALVO.com

¨.../...What Kike has done so well is not only inspire us with vivid
images of habitats around the globe, but hold up a mirror to us. We
must see ourselves in nature and be connected to it. In human cultures that move too fast and do not fully appreciate the special and rapidly disappearing places on Earth, we are allowing the photographs you will see here to be the only record that these places and species ever existed. They will become history and no longer alive...¨
Jean-Michel Cousteau


¨.../...In Habitats Kike takes us with him into his sea of dreams where there are two symmetrical rivers of thought and vision. I instantly see Kike's strong visual sense of the sea, its beauty and its vital connection to all life on earth. Emotionally, I feel his journalistic images vibrate with the sense of urgent reality. Habitats is a rare combination of elements that are a testament to Kike's commitment to making powerful imagery and protecting our fragile
oceans.¨
David Doubilet

Reception to follow.

With the support of the Consulate General of Spain in New

New York.


Yolanda Pantin

photo: Nelson Garrido

dreyfuss
Mariela Dreyfus

photo: Jorge Ochoa

Friday, October 12, 6:15 p.m. (download flyer)
KJCC Poetry Series in collaboration with the MFA Program in Creative Writing in Spanish and the Department of Spanish and Portuguese: A Celebration of Verbal and Visual Culture in Latin America - Mariela Dreyfus (Peru) and Yolanda Pantin (Venezuela)

In this series of bilingual poetry readings, curated by Lila Zemborain, Latin American poets will read specially commissioned poems based on works of art featured in The Geometry of Hope. At each event, two poets will each read their respective poem and talk about its genesis and evolution, as well as its relationship with their previous work on ekphrastic poetry. Finally, they will lead a discussion about the links between verbal and visual culture.

Organized by NYU's MFA Program in Creative Writing in Spanish, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, and the KJCC Poetry Series at the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center. Co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and the Grey Art Gallery. Information: 212/998-3650; kjc.info@nyu.edu; www.nyu.edu/kjc

Reception to follow.

Supported by a generous grant from the Fundación Cisneros and by the New York University Humanities Initiative, this program is organized in conjunction with The Geometry of Hope: Latin American Abstract Art from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection, exhibition on view at the Grey Art Gallery, New York University, September 12–December 8, 2007.


(New York)

 

 

Tuesday, October 9, 7:15 p.m.
Film Series: Scribes on Screen:  The figure of the writer in film

Tuesday, October 9, 7:15 p.m. (download flyer)
Film Series: Scribes on Screen:  The figure of the writer in film
- Antes que anochezca (2000, Reynaldo Arenas), by Julian Schnabel
Introduced by Enrique del Risco.

In conjunction with the inauguration of NYU’s new MFA program in Creative Writing in Spanish, we are pleased to present this yearlong series of films which feature writers as protagonists.  Co-sponsored by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.

postcard 2


Wednesday, October 10, 7:15 p.m. (download postcard)
Exhibit, Slide Show and Book Presentation: HABITATS (Mira Editores, 2007) by award-winning photographer KIKE CALVO®, with forewords by Jean-Michel Cousteau and David Doubilet.

With the photographer Kike Calvo. Introduced by Juan Salas, NYU Performance Studies and scholar of photography.

A compilation of the photographer’s work around the world, since he began his photo career. A visual journey of discovery of our own planet through the eyes of the Spanish photographer with a special emphasis on the landscapes of Spain and Latin America. For more info: www.KIKECALVO.com

¨.../...What Kike has done so well is not only inspire us with vivid
images of habitats around the globe, but hold up a mirror to us. We
must see ourselves in nature and be connected to it. In human cultures that move too fast and do not fully appreciate the special and rapidly disappearing places on Earth, we are allowing the photographs you will see here to be the only record that these places and species ever existed. They will become history and no longer alive...¨
Jean-Michel Cousteau


¨.../...In Habitats Kike takes us with him into his sea of dreams where there are two symmetrical rivers of thought and vision. I instantly see Kike's strong visual sense of the sea, its beauty and its vital connection to all life on earth. Emotionally, I feel his journalistic images vibrate with the sense of urgent reality. Habitats is a rare combination of elements that are a testament to Kike's commitment to making powerful imagery and protecting our fragile
oceans.¨
David Doubilet

Reception to follow.

With the support of the Consulate General of Spain in New


- Antes que anochezca (2000, Reynaldo Arenas), by Julian Schnabel
Introduced by Enrique del Risco.

In conjunction with the inauguration of NYU’s new MFA program in Creative Writing in Spanish, we are pleased to present this yearlong series of films which feature writers as protagonists.  Co-sponsored by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.

postcard 2


Wednesday, October 10, 7:15 p.m. (download postcard)
Exhibit, Slide Show and Book Presentation: HABITATS (Mira Editores, 2007) by award-winning photographer KIKE CALVO®, with forewords by Jean-Michel Cousteau and David Doubilet.

With the photographer Kike Calvo. Introduced by Juan Salas, NYU Performance Studies and scholar of photography.

A compilation of the photographer’s work around the world, since he began his photo career. A visual journey of discovery of our own planet through the eyes of the Spanish photographer with a special emphasis on the landscapes of Spain and Latin America. For more info: www.KIKECALVO.com

¨.../...What Kike has done so well is not only inspire us with vivid
images of habitats around the globe, but hold up a mirror to us. We
must see ourselves in nature and be connected to it. In human cultures that move too fast and do not fully appreciate the special and rapidly disappearing places on Earth, we are allowing the photographs you will see here to be the only record that these places and species ever existed. They will become history and no longer alive...¨
Jean-Michel Cousteau


¨.../...In Habitats Kike takes us with him into his sea of dreams where there are two symmetrical rivers of thought and vision. I instantly see Kike's strong visual sense of the sea, its beauty and its vital connection to all life on earth. Emotionally, I feel his journalistic images vibrate with the sense of urgent reality. Habitats is a rare combination of elements that are a testament to Kike's commitment to making powerful imagery and protecting our fragile
oceans.¨
David Doubilet

Reception to follow.

With the support of the Consulate General of Spain in New

 
 
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