Magazine Atticus 12
We come to another new appointment and with this one a dozen is fulfilled. With something of delay there goes out this new copy that you have before you. The motive of the delay is not different that the preparation of a number in printed edition, ONE, for which we intend that it goes out to the market in the middle of December.
José Miguel Travieso continues with its delivery of the Sculpture in terracotta. This time tackles one of the topics that they attract to big and to children: the Neapolitan Bethlehem. The exhibition The sacred real fact has been an authentic success of public's inflow in Valladolid. The appointment was an object of monographic special deserts, the number 2, which is available in the Web for its discharge. We make the most of the opportunity and now we have included a reportage centring on the Sculpture in the XVIIth century. We give the welcome to Gonzalo Durán who does a curious reportage to us on a slightly more unknown painting than we are used to see: Costus, two natives of Cadiz in the action of Madrid. From here we thank him and cheer you up to visit its excellent blog. Juan Diego Caballero comes faithfully to its appointment with a delivery that it is possible to consider to be the continuation to which we dock in the past number: Urban Glass House, Philip Jonson and the crystal buildings. We continue with The kiss in the Art history in this occasion that we have concentrated on the photo. Luis José Cuadrado and Esther Bengoechea are the coauthors of the reportage. Catalina de Aragón and Castile, Queen of England is a work of Joseph Mª Bosch an actuality topic thanks to a television series.
In the past number 11 Manuel López Benito joined our collaborators' rich cadre author of some of the best blogs in its genre, the classical music. Now it is when it crystallizes this collaboration. On the one hand we have the texts in our magazine and on the other hand we have a linkage that takes us to the musical fragments. Namely that we can be reading in our house and simultaneously to listen to the music who arranges to meet in the texts. We hope that you should like this initiative. We begin the series with The origins of the classical music.
A special mention also her they all deserve those ones that you are ordering us your texts. This way to the already habitual names of Manolo Madrid and Marina Caballero between we have to join those of Ann Mª Manceda, Daniel Sánchez and David Moreno (joyful microrrelatos), Miguel San Millán and Enrique Arias Vega (another habitual collaborator). The essay deserves special attention on the figure of Fernando Pessoa realized by Maria del Rosario Martín.
Them Arrive of the Duero it is the place that Jesus Santos proposes to us. A little further on, Val de San Lorenzo is a people maragato with much attractively in its fulling mill Jesus Trapote realized an exhibition of its sculpture more kidlings. And even there we were following the track.
Also we are pleased in spite of being provided with big photographers in Magazine Atticus. They come to this number Rogelio García, Jesus González, Chema Concellón, Pablo Díaz, Luis Raimundo García, Alice González and Jesus Arenales.
The number closes one space that we transfer with great pleasure to the ONGD BRIDGES an association that has realizing its work for the human development in some countries of Africa and Latin America.
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