Artista: José Manuel Peña
Original work made with collage of calcographic stamping, screen printing, typography and paint on handmade paper by the author with cotton linter and abaca fiber.
It covers the poem Lorquiano “Gacela de la huida” integrated with the image Alhambreña. Poem by Federico García Lorca.” Escape Gazelle”
I’ve lost myself many times by the sea
With an ear full of freshly cut flowers.
With a tongue full of love and agony
Many times I’ve been lost by the sea,
Like I get lost in some kids’ hearts.
There is no one to kiss
don’t feel the smile of faceless people,
nor anyone who touches a newborn
forget the immobile horse skulls.
Because the roses look on the forehead
a tough bone landscape
and man’s hands don’t make any more sense
to imitate the roots underground.
As I get lost in the hearts of some children,
I’ve been lost many times by the sea.
Ignorant of the water, I’m looking
a death of light that consumes me.
|Place and year of realization|
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