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First published in 1973, two months after the military coup in Chile, Cecilia Vicuña’s SABORAMI is a document of the times and the way in which history can change art. It is filled with the urgent hope that art, too, can change history.

Put together when Vicuña was just twenty-five years old, the poems, paintings, and objects of SABORAMI enact a complex and multidimensional
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Paperback, 166 pages
Published September 15th 2011 by ChainLinks (first published 1973)
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Sebastián
Feb 26, 2021 rated it it was amazing
«”No importa que no respondas porque yo no te voy a preguntar nada”»

La vida me puso en el camino ir primero a Antúnez Centenario, leer a Julieta Kirkwood y leer a la insoportable levedad del ser para hacer un círculo con Saborami de Cecilia Vicuña!!!! Porque siento que Cecilia habla del feminismo y socialismo en la época que Julieta investiga como el tiempo de políticas, y habla del socialismo de una manera distinta a La Gran Marcha de Kundera, sino que desde el gozo y la dicha, el erotismo, la
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Me gusto mucho la combinación entre fotos y poesías. También obvio el lado histórico de este libro, creo que muy importante para recordarnos que el arte siempre juega un papel muy importante en la historia de cambio de Latinoamérica
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Nació en Santiago en 1948, en medio de una familia de artistas, "un mundo en donde escribir, pintar, leer y esculpir eran cosas propias de la vida" ("Una obra para los 'ojos que no ven'", La Segunda, 24 de marzo de 1979, p. 23). Su bisabuelo Carlos Lagarrigue fue escultor, al igual que su abuela, Teresa Lagarrigue, mientras que su abuelo paterno, Carlos Vicuña, fue escritor. Estudió en el Liceo Ma ...more

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