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Magazine

04 May 2010
Estilos de escritura: París y Londres

Martí Manen

¿Existen estilos de escritura de la crítica en relación al lugar?
¿Será verdad que los franceses escriben una crítica cargada de literatura y los ingleses lo hacen en plan directo y desde cierta ironía distanciada?
¿Estará la escritura crítica de la península ibérica vinculada a las formas del barroco o casi a un manierismo que impide su traducción a otras lenguas? ¿Tocará desde la escritura crítica en Latinoamérica hacer referencias a Cuba, la antropofagia o el realismo mágico de vez en cuando?

Para ver si parte de estas preguntas tienen una respuesta afirmativa nació Catalogue Magazine, una revista bilingüe (inglés-francés) con dos centros de atención, París y Londres; con dos aproximaciones supuestamente diferenciadas y con la voluntad de acercar tanto a los que escriben como a los que leen.

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Exhibition curator and art critic. Yes, after Judith Butler it is possible to be several things at once. He thinks that questions are important and that, sometimes, to ask means to point out.

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