I'm happy to be able in this project.

¿Cómo se besa una ciudad? 
Intervención de Un encuentro en la calle

¿Cómo se besa a una ciudad? Buena pregunta...un grupo de 9 collagistas y fotógrafos, acompañados del poeta Juan Carlos Bertorelli, vamos a intentar responderla de la siguiente forma. A partir de ahora, cada 2 meses, cada uno de nosotros, en sus respectivas ciudades, dejará como regalo uno o varios kits, con una pequeña selección del trabajo tanto nuestro como de los otros participantes, para que los encuentre y se los lleve el primero que pase. De esta forma, pretendemos esparcir belleza en los lugares en que vivimos. 

How does one kiss a city?

Good question…a group of 10 collage artists and photographers will try to answer it doing the following. Each one of us, in our respective cities, will leave one or several kits with prints of a selection of our collective work, for someone to find them and take them home. In this way, we hope to spread a little bit of beauty around the places we live in, or travel to. For those who would like to put chance on their side, each one of us will leave hints of the kits´whereabouts in our Facebook and/or Instagram accounts. The cities playing along –and getting kissed- this time around, are Barcelona (Nicanor García), Bilbao (Amalia Pereira & Ernesto Velasco), Buenos Aires (Carolina Chocron), Caracas (Juan Carlos Bertorelli), Frankfurt (Alexandra de Kempf), México DF (Hans Kritzler), Miami (Claudio Napolitano), Sevilla (Isabel Chiara) y Palencia (Marianna Di Ferdinando).

When will this happen? The first time, of course, will take place on International Kiss(ing) Day, Monday, April 13th. 

Muses revisited portraits: work in progress

Artwork book poems "Desenredar el aire" by Arabella Siles

So I am very happy to be here, with my colleagues, on such a distinguished book: SHARE, edited by The New Heroes and Pioneers. 

The discovery of the nature of the image, the symbols wish transmit the poetic construction of the work, offer us a landscape of forms ready to recreate and explain a social context where ignorance, illiteracy, epidemics and war are the product of a mud-splattered world, without hope of salvation...
Fear and superstition versus reason, mythology versus science, and sin as a capital weapon to frighten man.