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  • Paperback
  • 136 pages
  • Cartas, sueños y otros textos de Remedios Varo
  • Remedios Varo
  • Spanish
  • 04 March 2019
  • 9789684113947

10 thoughts on “Cartas, sueños y otros textos de Remedios Varo

  1. says:

    Varo was certainly a painter than a writer, unlike her friend Leonora Carrington, who was equally both, so this long awaited collection of her words notebook fragments, dreams, reflections on the symbolic systems of her visual work reveals no lost prose classics Nonetheless, it contains enough insights and bits of striking image to make it treasure enough for those excavating this arm of surrealism It does make me dream of a Varo annotated monograph pairing her painting with her poetic explanations, though.


  2. says:

    No hay mucho que decir sobre esta compilaci n de fragmentos del arte escrito de Remedios Varo pues, al ser s lo fragmentos, no puede concluirse gran cosa al respecto Estuve m s interesada en la introducci n al libro en el que se argumentaba si Remedios Varo pertenec a a la corriente surrealista o no, y si deb a consider rsele entre los artistas mexicanos debido a su falta de motivos folkl ricos en sus pinturas.Es una mirada breve a la complejidad del proceso art stico de Remedios Varo, a sus influencias esot ricas y humor incomprendido por la mayor a de aquellos en su entorno.


  3. says:

    I m very sorry to say that this book mostly read like exactly what it is Random notebook jottings that were not intended for publication by its author.I love Remedios Varo, and I m sure that the people who published this do too, but I don t think they did her a favour by publishing this mess of random fragments The whole thing came off as frivolous and inconsequential.It s a very slim volume, but I still managed to spend almost a week getting through it, simply because I did not find it very engaging.However, there were some good bits towards the end some dreams, and the part where she was writing about her paintings , but all in all I would say that there were perhaps 20 30 good pages out of the 128


  4. says:

    I m not familiar with the painter, and I read this book for a book club It sounded really interesting letters and dreams you re gonna just let me read a journal delicious I am in my mid 30 s and should know that gift horse will bite you I hated this book It was like like meeting someone at a party who had taken mushrooms an hour or two beforehand, so you don t know what they re talking about and there s no context pre defining the conversation, but goddamn are they out of control crazy I ve been on the internet long enough to recognize uncut nonsense and know where to find it for free, so it s a sad day to realize I bought some on .


  5. says:

    As a fan of Remedios Varo, I m really grateful this book was finally translated, and presented to the english reading audience I found the ending section of both her dream journaling, and her notes on her paintings to be the most accesible for me, and the most intriguing I would have liked to see of her art in included in the book though it only has one small illustration The book overstates Remedio s established recognition, and thus, the book is really only for people who are already familiar with her work I m still rating it favorably, because Remedios Varo is awesome, and I want to see this excitement surrounding the surrealist women continue


  6. says:

    I read this collection fairly soon after reading Leonora Carrington s The Hearing Trumpet and it struck me as a rather perfect companion piece Remedios Varo and Carrington s work often go hand in hand, with their paintings giving off the sensation that you can step from one to the other effortlessly, no doubt due to their unique friendship which is highlighted in these pages Varo appears as the main character s mystical friend in Carrington s novel, a friend who writes letters to strangers, as Varo did herself in real life, and some of which are collected here There is also a shared affinity for dreams, the occult and the idea of books as magical objects found in both artists work, and their friendship is only reaffirmed with Carrington s appearance in the many sections of this book, from appearances in dreams to mentions in personal notes Although it s a slim read it provides a rich insight into Varo s life, which feels like it was cut somewhat short at 54, and invaluable reading for anyone interested in the surrealist movement Wakefield press have done a great service in translating this, I only wish it had included some illustrations as a few of the notes mention drawings found accompanying some of the texts in the original notebooks.


  7. says:

    Compilado de sue os y cartas imaginarias de una extraordinaria pintora Muchos de los textos revelan algunos detalles de sus ltimas pinturas y sus sentimientos provocados por a os de sufrimiento y esperanza.


  8. says:

    Las partes que m s me gustaron son las cartas ingeniosas y los sue os En el sue o 9 me gust llegar a la mimsa conclusi n que Walter Gruen, que se refiere a Presencia inquietante El sue o 10 es bell simo.


  9. says:

    Algo de magia para terminar el a o Siento que este libro tendr a que ser m s largo, pues al final se queda uno con ganas de leer m s cosas escritas por Remedios, y es curioso porque, si tuviese m s contenido suyo, tendr a que complementarse con m s p ginas de ese estudio previo tan fino de Isabel Castells Cada receta, sue o, disparate, broma y carta, o bien, cada mezcla voluntaria o no de todo junto, valen la pena para leerse a detalle Sin duda un gran libro para cualquiera que guste del surrealismo en cualquiera de sus formas.


  10. says:

    Indispensable para los fan ticos del arte de Remedios Varo Yo recomendar a leer la introducci n de cada fragmento antes del fragmento mismo y no leer toda la introducci n del libro de corrido para tener una noci n de cada obra.La entrevista deja en claro muchos aspectos de la perspectiva de Remedios y el proyecto para una obra teatral es en definitiva una obra que me hubiera encantado ver terminada En particular esta edici n le da un plus incluyendo las cartas en su idioma original franc s junto a su traducci n y proporciona la oportunidad de un entendimiento completo de Remedios.


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About the Author: Remedios Varo

Remedios Varo Uranga December 16, 1908 October 8, 1963 was a Spanish Mexican, para surrealist painter and anarchist She was born Mar a de los Remedios Varo Uranga in Angl s, Girona, Spain in 1908 During the Spanish Civil War she fled to Paris where she was greatly influenced by the surrealist movement She met her second husband the first was Gerardo Lizarraga, a painter , the French surrea