NEW YORK PAYS HOMAGE TO FEDERICO GARCÍA LORCA WITH EXHIBITION / EXPOSICIÓN EN NUEVA YORK HOMENAJEA A FEDERICO GARCÍA LORCA

The Spanish newspaper ABC  reports:

‘Nueva York homenajea a Lorca’ (‘New York pays homage to Lorca’) – María G. Picatoste, 15 March 2013 –

www.abc.es/cultura/20130314/abci-lorca-nueva-york-201303131843.html

 that an exhibition will be held in New York’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Library (5 April – 21 July 2013) honouring Federico García Lorca, whose famous collection of poems Poeta en Nueva York / Poet in New York (written in 1929 and 1930 and published posthumously in 1940) immortalised his stay in the city. The exhibition will showcase the manuscript of that volume, which has never been exhibited before. It will be backed up by musical events including a concert by rock singer Patti Smith, readings from the poems and a puppet theatre show.

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 El periódico español ABC  informa:

(‘Nueva York homenajea a Lorca’ – María G. Picatoste, 15 marzo 2013 –

www.abc.es/cultura/20130314/abci-lorca-nueva-york-201303131843.html)

 que la biblioteca neoyorquina Stephen A. Schwarzman albergará, del 5 de abril al 21 de julio de 2013, una exposición homenajeando a Federico García Lorca, cuyo célebre poemario Poeta en Nueva York  (escrito en 1929 y 1930 y publicado de forma póstuma en 1940) legó a la posteridad las impresiones de su estancia en la metrópoli. La muestra tendrá como foco central el manuscrito del volume, hasta ahora nunca expuesto. Será complementada por varios eventos musicales, entre otros un concierto de la cantora rock Patti Smith, lecturas de poesías de Lorca, y un espectáculo de títeres.

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