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Pedro Salinas | Ciò che tu sei.. / Lo que eres.. / What you are..

Ciò che tu sei
mi distrae da ciò che tu dici.

Lanci parole veloci
inghirlandate di risa,
e m’inviti ad andare
dove mi vorranno condurre.


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Benito Quinquela Martín (1890-1977)

Argentine painter Benito Quinquela Martín is considered the port painter-par-excellence and one of the most popular Argentine painters. His paintings of port scenes show the activity, vigor and roughness of the daily life in the port of La Boca.

Early years

His birthday could not be determined precisely as he was abandoned on March 20, 1890 at an orphanage with a note that stated "This kid has been baptized, and his name is Benito Juan Martín". From his physical appearance, the nuns who found him deduced that he should be around twenty days old; thus March 1 is regarded as his birthday.


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Luis Cohen Fusé (1944-2019) | Figurative painter


Cohen Fusé born in Buenos Aires (Argentina). Studied Ceramics at the School of Fine Arts - Mar del Plata (Argentina). Graduated in Architecture at the Buenos Aires State University.
Studied engraving and lithography at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona.
In 1988 he signed a contract with the Vorpal Gallery of New York. Participates in exhibitions in the USA: New York and San Francisco, and also in Canada..

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Martin Llamedo, 1980 | Figurative painter


Martin Llamedo was born in Argentina, where he currently lives and paints. At a young age he studied ceramic and sculpture with Hector Alves.
During his time at the university he was taught by Domingo Florio, Carlos Carmona, Alfredo Portillos, Julio Flores, Salvador Constanzo, and art theory by Castillo, Magaz, Dragosky and Laurenzi.

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Leonard Cohen / Fabian Perez | The Stranger Song


It's true that all the men you knew were dealers
Who said they were through with dealing
Every time you gave them shelter
I know that kind of man.
It's hard to hold the hand of anyone
Who is reaching for the sky just to surrender.

E’ vero che tutti gli uomini che conoscevi
erano giocatori che dicevano di averne abbastanza
di giocare a carte ogni volta che davi loro un riparo.
Lo conosco, quel genere di uomini.
E’ difficile tenere le mani di qualcuno
che le alza al cielo soltanto per arrendersi.

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Ricardo Celma, 1975 | Art Nouveau style painter

Ricardo Celma was born in Buenos Aires. His artistic vocation showed up at the early age of 5 when he started attending to an art workshop and he continued to do so for 20 years.
At the end of high school he entered the National School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredón, where he obtained the title of national professor of drawing and painting, with excellent grades.
And a few years later, he received a degree, Bachelor of Visual Arts at the National University of Art (UNA).
His works are part of permanent museum´s collections and also private collections around the world.


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Marco Ortolan, 1973


Marco Ortolan - "Drawing is the fundamental basis of my painting, it is what keeps it afloat. I pay particular attention to composition and light. Our role as an artist is to awaken the spirit and sensitivity of the viewer as art is linked to the spirit".

Marco Ortolan was born in Arquitecto, Argentina.
Since 1985 he trained in the plastic arts at the Miguel Perez Macias Academy where he developed Drawing and Painting with references to the Italian Renaissance and French Impressionism.

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Leonor Fini (1907-1996) | Surrealist painter


Léonor Fini, original name Eleonora Fini (born August 30, 1907, Buenos Aires, Argentina-died January 18, 1996, Paris, France), Argentine🎨-born Surrealist artist🎨 known for her Gothic paintings that explore female identity.
The use of symbolic, mythological imagery, in particular that of a sphinx (a creature with a lion’s body and a human head), became the trademark of her work.
Fini’s parents separated when she was a baby, and she was raised by her mother in Trieste, Italy. As a child, she was fascinated by death and decay and visited the Trieste morgue to make anatomy sketches of the cadavers.