FRAGMENTS

Fragments

Πητ Μοντριάν, Οριζόντιο Δένδρο (Horizontal Tree - 1911). Λάδι σε Καμβά. Διαστάσεις 75,9 x 112,2 cm.

The Horizontal Tree of Piet Mondrian

Pete Montrian was the De Stijl art movement rapporteur, along with Theo van Doesburg. Neoplasticism, as he preferred to call the new movement, led abstract art to new fertile fields. The Horizontal Tree, presented here, belongs to the transitional period before the De Stijl principles were formulated.

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Τριανταφυλλιά ή Η Ωραία Κοιμωμένη - Αν Σέξτον - Φωτογραφικό Πορτρέτο

Briar Rose (Sleeping Beauty) – Anne Sexton

The poem titled Briar Rose (Sleeping Beauty) of Anne Sexton is included in the Transformations collection, released in 1971 in Boston, USA, by the publishing house Houghton Mifflin Company.

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Διακήρυξη - Φωτογραφικό Πορτρέτο του Νικανόρ Πάρρα

Manifesto – A Poem by Nicanor Parra

The poem entitled Manifesto, is entirely given here – a poem written by the outstanding Chilean poet Nicanor Parra and was published in 1963, in Número journal, Uruguay. In 1969 it was included in the poetry collection Obra Gruesa, which was released by Editorial Universitaria publishing house of Chile.

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Στροφές Στροφάλων - Φωτογραφικό Πορτρέτο του Ανδρέα Εμπειρίκου

Revolving Cranks by Andreas Embirikos

The whole poem ‘Revolving Cranks’ by Andreas Embirikos is given but is also heard in the article. The prominent’s Greek surrealist poem is included in the poetry collection entitled ‘Body of the Morning’ collection of 1945, while the sound document is contained in ‘The Embirikos reads Embirikos’ – ‘Dionysos’ 1964.

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Satori in Paris - Photographic Portrait of Jack Kerouac

Satori in Paris – Jack Kerouac

The novel ‘Satori in Paris’ by the great American author Jack Kerouac was written on the occasion of his trip to France in the framework of a research he conducted on the roots of his Breton’s name. From this book, here is given the third chapter.

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Ένας Κόσμος Ανάποδα - Φωτογραφικό Πορτρέτο του Εντουάρντο Γκαλεάνο

Upside Down – Eduardo Galeano

In its book ‘Upside Down’, Eduardo Galeano carries out extremely interesting unpalatural acts: he unclothes the naked, that is, the big new fruit called supranational companies that after they pollute the planet they come to clean the environment from their dirt – for a fee, of course for their efforts.

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