The world famous gallery Centre Pompidou has come to Malaga.Without doubt the Pompidou art center in Paris is one of the greatest homes of twentieth century art.
Erpenbeck’s metaphysical fictions are strange and beautiful, stern and compelling.
This devastating work is as light as a dream and as unrelenting as real life.
In case Unicaja, currently undergoing a rigorous process of financial cutbacks, decides not to partake in the cultural scheme, the mayor claims to have a Plan B.
The End of Days By Jenny Erpenbeck, translated by Susan Bernofsky (Portobello) What if a life unlived was lived, differently, several times?
All for Nothing By Walter Kempowski, translated by Anthea Bell (Granta) Behind the walls of an East Prussian manor house, the no longer wealthy if still privileged von Globig carry on much as before, while everywhere else thousands of Germans flee the advancing Russians.
Kempowski, who was also an historian, spent his life in the shadow of Günter Grass.This figure, according to De la Torre, is “acceptable even during an economic crisis”.Centre Pompidou Málaga Please use this bank acount and submit file name: Banco Popular Espanol IBAN: ES84 0075 0646 1606 7020 4100 attn: Paul Weijenberg photo file name: " data-medium-file="https://i1com/ fit=640,360" class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-540" src="https://i2com/ resize=640,360" alt="Pompidou-Malaga-March-2015-08" width="640" height="360" data-recalc-dims="1" / The selection will fill 6,000 square metres and is going to be made over a three month period under the supervision of Jose María Luna, the director of the ‘Fundación Picasso-Museo Casa Natal (the Picasso Foundation and birthplace museum) as well as a curator from the Pompidou Centre in Paris.Sustained by a chilling grace, it recasts the agonies of 20th-century history.No reader can feel untouched by Erpenbeck’s inspired, and inspiring, vision.has pathos, irony, moments of genius and unforgettable characters including Peter, a young boy and a detached witness to much horror.