Di Marga Code: Yo vine a Le Havre como si hubiese partido a Groenlandia, hastiada de lo conocido: Hombres, poetas, intelectuales, críticos... desesperada ante mis semejantes, extenuada del infierno en mi isla. Solo el frío me consuela en este exilio, pues quema y no apaga el fuego interior.
mercredi 28 décembre 2016
Saluti Patrire, Margarita García Alonso en Cuaderno del Moro, Editorial Letras cubanas, 1990
Hans Makart (1840–1884, Austria)
Makart was an Austrian academic history painter, designer, and decorator. He is most well known for his influence on Gustav Klimt and other artists of the Vienna Secession, but in his own era considered an important artist himself and a celebrity figure in the high culture of Vienna, attended with almost cult-like adulation. The appeal of this ‘Makartstil’ is in its aestheticism, a movement that was also experiencing popularity in England and France. Nowadays he is widely considered one of Austria’s finest artists, and has historically been compared to Rubens within his home country.
Saluti patrire, vixit non dieu sed
totus.-en la estatua del Emperador José-
“Este no tiene nada que decir aquí,
pues no vive”.