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13:38

LifeStyle

26 July 1875: The birth of celebrated poet Antonio Machado

TONY BRYANT

Antonio Machado Ruiz was a Spanish poet and one of the leading figures of the literary movement known as the Generation of '98. Son of the celebrated Spanish folklorist Demófilo, Machado was born in Seville on 26 July 1875, one year after his ... brother Manuel - also a poet and prominent member of the Generation of '98. Machado, described as someone who 'spoke in verse and lived in poetry', was born in the Palacio de las Dueñas, the former residence of the Duchess of Alba, and his works include ... poet Rubén Dario. Machado had his first works published in the literary journal Electra in 1901, and his first book of poetry (Soledades) followed two years later. In 1907, Machado accepted the position of Professor of French at a school in

16:23

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Gamel Woolsey, the burning poet

Alberto gómez

Spanish labyrinth’. Rejection from Eliot Above all, Woolsey was a poet. That lyrical vision of the world can also be seen in her prose. She wanted her work, in which she supported female sexuality and criticised the lack of freedom which asphyxiated

14:23

Local

Memorial plaque for Benalmádena Ombú tree poet

Tony Bryant

In a campaign to recognise celebrated writers and artists, Benalmádena town hall has honoured Pablo García Baena, a Cordoba poet who died earlier this year. Baena had lived in Benalmádena Costa for many years and was inspired to write a poem about ... a large Ombú tree that he passed each day. The poem, Ombú, has been inscribed onto a plaque that has recently been installed next to the tree in Avenida Antonio Machado. The plaque is illustrated with an image of the poet.

12:41

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Spanish language students honour the works of 'Generation of 50' poet

Tony Bryant

As part of its Mes del Poesía (poetry month), the Foreign Residents Department at Benalmádena town hall hosted a special day in honour of the popular Spanish children's poet, Gloria Fuertes. The event was held in Arroyo de la Miel on Tuesday and was ... attended by Ana Scherman, Benalmádena councillor for Foreign Residents. A group of more than 20 Spanish language students, including British, Russian, Danish, Polish and Iranian, took part in the event, each reading one of the poet's most popular works. ... learn about Spanish culture,” Norin told SUR in English. Organised by language tutor Ana Torres, the event included a talk about the poet's life and work. Born in Madrid in 1917, Gloria Fuertes was linked to the 'Generation of 50', the first Spanish

11:17

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Moguer in the early 20th century

javier almellones andalucía

Moguer is determined not to forget its most illustrious resident, the poet Juan Ramón Jiménez, who was born here in 1881. As well as his mausoleum and the house in which he used to live, he is the subject of an unusual festival which takes place ... leisure event will also pay tribute to Modernism, a style in which Juan Ramón Jiménez and his wife, Zenobia Camprubí, were influential. In the town you can visit the house in which the poet was born and the home the couple shared, as well as the mausoleum ... decision to turn it into a cultural centre was made in the year the poet was awarded the Nobel prize. Both Juan Ramón and Zenobia collaborated with the museum by donating their entire library and numerous personal effects. However, the museum did not open

13:05

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Evaristo Guerra's 'colours with soul'

EUGENIO CABEZAS

...friend, the SUR poet and writer, Manuel Alcántara who passed away last April. The subject of the oils, drawings, prints and serigraphs is the countryside of his 'beloved' Axarquía in which the colour and natural landscapes are represented in the artists

15:20

Opinion

Erasing the benchmarks

Peter Edgerton

...the talented poet after all, in spite of his smelly feet and dandruff. Then, disaster. In what must go down as the most efficient street cleaning service in history, I returned to find that the verses had been removed from the bench by over-zealous

17:59

Opinion

Jime Dine, from the heart

georgina oliver

As a thank you to France, American all-rounder par excellence (painter, sculptor, photographer, printmaker, graphic designer, poet, performance art precursor...) Jim Dine has donated a body of work to the National Museum of Modern Art (MNAM), housed

13:09

Local

Malaga can now officially claim "Lorca was here"

sur

Hispanist Ian Gibson helped unveil a plaque in Malaga this week which records the time spent by poet Federico García Lorca in the city. In fact the García Lorcas regularly travelled from Granada to spend their summers in Malaga's Hotel Hernán

10:55

LifeStyle

A timely excuse to celebrate a local writer in Malaga

Jennie Rhodes

...profound mysteries and great marvels" and that he "learned administration from ants". Francisco José García Martínez Coordinator "The event celebrates the poet Salvador Rueda who was born in Benaque as well as marking World Mental Health Day" In 1870,

09:44

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Picasso and Calder leap into empty space in Malaga

Antonio Javier López

...models of the projects which Picasso designed at the end of the 1920s, with the collaboration of Julio González, for the monument to Guillaume Apollinaire. A “statue made from nothing, like poetry, like fame,” wrote the poet in one of his books, and here

10:37

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Burns Night fun on the Costa

SUR IN ENGLISH

A taste of Scottish tradition came to the Costa last Friday, 25 January, with two celebrations of Burns Night, marking poet Robert Burns' birthday. St Andrew's Chaplaincy celebrated Burns Night in true style at its community centre in

17:46

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Press Association medals presented to Liz Parry and Fernando González

SUR

Parry for her 30-year career at this newspaper; to the director of the COPE radio station in Malaga for the last 25 years, Adolfo Arjona; and to Malaga journalist and poet Juan Gaitán. Also this year, a special posthumous medal was awarded to Fernando

15:59

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Bernardo de Gálvez: from oblivion to fame

Manuel Olmedo

...in Lousiana as well as in Mexico, and his human values, meant that as early as 1777, when he was only just 31 years old, two poems were deservedly dedicated to him by Julien Poydrás, the great poet from New Orleans, and his friend Oliver Pollock would

15:11

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Lorca, Korean-style

REGINA SOTORRÍO

She says that the loss of her parents made her obsess about it from a young age. In her search for references, she came across the poet from Granada, almost unknown in South Korea. She read his works, watched films about him and then decided to ... the funeral in one of the poet's masterpieces here are a "Korean-style" wedding and burial with its corresponding rituals and clothing. "Lorca captures the essence of the human. There is a fight, conflict, love...," explains the choreographer. And

20:27

Travel

Havana turns 500

Andrew Forbes

...philosopher, poet and Cuban national hero, who symbolised island’s desire for independence from colonial Spain. Beyond, towering above the surrounding belle-epoque buildings, is El Capitolio Nacional, the former home of the Cuban Congress, and now an icon of

13:42

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Great chronicler of the Civil War

She was a poet and wrote Malaga Burning, an extraordinary chronicle of the Civil War, although the chauvinism of history relegated her to the status of Gerald Brenan's wife. This American writer, who was born in 1895, described the annihilation of

17:08

Travel

San Miguel de Allende, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...courtyard patio is the stand-out feature of the property. Guests can enjoy breakfast while enjoying the extraordinary rare frescos that adorn the walls. At the back of the house is a secret garden, the 'Jardin Lorca', a space dedicated to the Spanish poet

15:08

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Coín gears up for 12-hour music festival

Tony Bryant

...festival will be the concert by Alba Molina, daughter of celebrated 70s flamenco duo, Lole y Manuel. Alba made her debut album with her father - the flamenco poet - and with pop heart throb, Alejandro Sanz, and has since become one of the pioneers of

11:00

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Danae racemosa

Denise Bush

...laurel and poet's laurel. It was a popular plant with both the Ancient Greeks and the Romans who used it to fashion wreaths to bestow on revered members of society. In Greek mythology Danae was the daughter of King Acrisius who, on hearing that the

15:57

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Opera and chamber music in Mijas

Tony Bryant

Nicole Panizza, who received her Doctor of Music degree after a performance-led study of American art song settings of the poet Emily Dickinson. The show in La Cala de Mijas will include poetry recitals and the music of Ravel, Vivaldi, Schubert and

13:50

Travel

The Turkish Riviera

Andrew Forbes

...on the gift-giving day of St Nicholas, December 6th. Siir ev Kekova-Poet's House - Kekova The Poet's House, in the village of Kapakl? Köyü Yolu, hosts visitors for homemade meals prepared to traditional recipes using local produce. Book a tour

12:32

Local

King and queen visit Malaga for arts awards

Antonio Javier López

Martín, the industrial designer Miquel Milà i Sagnier, the poet Julia Uceda and the editor and cultural promoter Leopoldo Mugaza. José Coronado spoke on behalf of the award winners. Gloria Estefan, Ricardo Darín and Philippe de Montebello were unable to

15:50

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Claude Cahun: The great photographer of the movement

...saved by the war coming to an end. This surrealist photographer was also a writer, poet, political activitist, lesbian, heroine of the Resistance, icon of feminism and a cult figure for many.

16:53

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A tribute to talent and education in creativity

RACHEL HAYNES

...poets, Yukai Huang, 9, of Sunny View School, and Glafira Belova of Swans International School, were reminded of the words of praise given by poet and translator, Álvaro García, who was unable to attend the presentation, and the staff and visitors were

14:48

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Malaga's forgotten female writers

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...the pair, much more so than Paul. She spent the final years of her life in Malaga, and died there in 1973. Gamel Woolsey (South Carolina, 1895 - Malaga, 1968) - Great chronicler of the Civil War Gamel Woolsey. She was a poet and wrote Malaga

12:52

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A Malaga-themed penthouse

Antonio Banderas sits on a fashionable and comfortable couch, next to a round table which displays a magazine, his book of poems and photographs with its prologue by local poet Manuel Alcántara and a novel, Malacitanus by Cristóbal Romero. The ... Malaga. On the wonderful terrace, with views of all Malaga’s famous monuments, the small pool is inscribed with verses by Malaga poet Manuel Alcántara. The Pompidou cube tribute.FERNANDO GONZÁLEZ The Pompidou cube is there in the form of the door

14:58

What to do

Marbella Print Museum presents Viola as both man and artist

Nieves Castro

Manuel Viola become recognised as one of the greats. This ambitious exhibition also dedicates some wall space to the time before Viola became an artist, when he was more a poet than a painter and lived in France after being exiled in the wake of the

15:27

Local

Adrián Martín sings ‘Invictus’ for charity CD

A. P.

...education in Africa. Adrián and Tontxu sing the poem ‘Invictus’ on the CD. Written in 1875 by English poet, William Ernest Henmley (1849-1903), it was the poem which inspired Nelson Mandela during his 27 years in prison on Robben Island. Behind the CD is

14:59

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The first ever Kings' parade in the streets of Malaga

Jennie Rhodes what happened today?

...in orphanages and hospitals. The idea was started by the lawyer, poet, journalist and regional primary education delegate, Narcisco Díaz de Escovar. The Magi would visit the Casa Cuna orphanage and children in the Hospital Civil but on 5 January 1923

13:45

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The Douglas clan included Warriors, Marquises and Oscar Wilde’s lover

Tony Bryant

...and his son, Queensberry started legal proceedings that would result in Wilde’s imprisonment. Lord Alfred was a British poet whose work was characterised by the history of Ancient Greece. There are many who believe that his poetry was far better

15:58

Local

King Felipe praises "modern" Malaga on city visit for arts awards

Antonio Javier López

poet Julia Uceda; and the editor and cultural promoter Leopoldo Mugaza. Gloria Estefan, Ricardo Darín and Philippe de Montebello were unable to attend the ceremony because of various professional and personal reasons. A better society “We are ... government, Susana Díaz. Díaz highlighted the three Andalusians among the medal winners: poet Julia Uceda, guitarist Tomatito and dancer Rafael Amargo. She said: “Spain is a country rich in talent, and Andalucía a land filled with creativity, genius and

16:07

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Seventy years teaching the language of Cervantes

FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ

Quixote and its creator Miguel de Cervantes. The week of workshops has included a literary activity led by Granada poet Alejandro Pedregosa discussing Cervantes' daily life and a musical production of Don Quixote from Malaga's Acuario Theatre Company.

13:50

Travel

The Turkish Riviera revisited

Andrew Forbes

...local Breakfast at The Poet's House.A. Forbes Baris, my host, had welcomed us into his home, evocatively called The Poet's House (Siir ev Kekova), to start the day in local Turkish style. It was a bohemian, creative home, with hand-crafted mosaic

15:00

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Around the galleries

Denise Bush

...exhibited regularly in the US and Norway. Blackness Artists Siobhan Riordan and Daysury Valencia in Café de Estraperlo.SUR Malaga. Until 16 April. Café de Estraperlo, Plaza Poeta Alfonso Canales. The artists Siobhan Riordan (UK) and Daysury Valencia

13:42

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A great writer who broke taboos

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...it the title Hambre de Libertad. Something similar occurred with Aurora Luque, a poet from Malaga, and María Rosa de Gálvez. Reading De Gálvez's Safo shifted all that she had learned about Spanish theatre in the 18th century. Jane Bowles (New

17:37

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July Fourth: Independence Day?

Tony Bryant

...for freedom", on 4 July 1898. Coincidentally, the poet also died on 4 July, in 1902.