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In the Eye of the Storm: Contemporary Theater in Barcelona - Sharon G. Feldman - Google Books

The diversity of opportunities to stage plays in Catalan at an assortment of city spaces is unprecedented, ranging in variety from commercial locales to publicly funded stages to experimental "alternative" venues.

Since its origins in the nineteenth century, modem Catalan drama has frequently exhibited a cosmopolitan and even transnational impulse, engaging in an artistic dialogue with international theater traditions of both past and present and forging its identity vis-a-vis its intercultural associations.

The path along which the contemporary Catalan theater scene has struggled to recover and reconstitute the professional legitimacy and visibility that it lost during the Franco dictatorship has been a complex process, never lacking in melodramatic excess, witnessed both on and off the stage.

Many new aucas were simply repeating older themes, at that time, however, aucas were brought to Madrid, where they were positively met. A series of Castilian aucas called Aleluya lauca del senyor esteve theatre produced with themes of Catholic holidays, in the 20th century the auca continued to be a unique Catalan way of expression.


Newer aucas are being produced by Catalan artists, incorporating newer artistic styles. The AUCA — entitled The Triumph and Couplet of Gala and Dali — was completed in a matter of days, dalis drawings were done in India ink on a single sheet of paper and, according to the lauca del senyor esteve theatre Carles Fages de Climent, completed all in one night.

The AUCA is composed of 43 pairs of drawings and verses, in the margins of the sheet are three drawings without verse. The AUCA is a summary of the Dali myth, including his special little men, the main themes in the work include the flowing clock, swans, ants, the lauca del senyor esteve theatre and more.

Also a graphic designer, his posters and postcards helped to define the Catalan art movement known as modernisme and his father had made a fortune in Matanzas, Cuba, his mother was from a well-off Catalan family. In he abandoned the course of schooling to study art in the studio of Joan Vicens.

With this increasing activity in Catalonia, he settled more in Barcelona, the emerging modernista art world gained a center with the opening of Els Quatre Gats, a bar modeled on Le Chat Noir in Paris. For the Exposition Universelle lauca del senyor esteve theatre Paris, the Spanish committee chose two of Casas full-length oil portraits, an portrait of Erik Satie and an portrait of Casas sister Elisa.

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His Garrote Vil —a portrayal of an execution— won a prize in Munich inhis work was shown not only in the major capitals of Europe. Intwelve of his canvasses were installed permanently in the rotunda of the Cercle de Liceu, the exclusive private club associated with Barcelonas famous opera house.

In he became a full Societaire of the Salon du Champ de Mars in Paris, which would have allowed him to exhibit there annually, inthe same piece won first prize at the Lauca del senyor esteve theatre Exposition in Madrid.

Gabriel Alomar i Villalonga — Gabriel Alomar was a poet, essayist, educator and diplomat of the early twentieth century in Spain, closely related to the Catalan art movement Modernisme. He was an active leftist libertarian, chiefly in Barcelona and the other Catalan-speaking regions, Alomar was born in Palma and raised in the Balearic Islands, a traditional province of Spain where the power of the Catholic Church was very strong.

His father was a bureaucrat and so was moved around rather often. Inafter finishing school in Palma, he went to mainland Barcelona to finish his education. Gabriel Alomar is often placed by critics among the poets of the Escola Mallorquina, Alomars poetry is technically rather conservative in form, but in terms of content it does not fit well with the highly orthodox Catholic beliefs of the other poets associated with the school.

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A better-fitting classification is to group his poetry with the Parnassianist strain of Modernista poetry, while Alomars verse was and is well regarded in his home territory of Majorca, it is his essays and journalism which continue to be reprinted and read. Alomars periodical writings tended less toward strict reportage and more toward a polemic style couched in column form and his columns often read like speeches, in fact, as an educator and secondary school director, many of them began as lectures.

The most famous of these speech-articles, El futurisme, describes Alomars vision of Spains present condition, its problems, for Alomar, the future was far more important than the past, and so this addiction was Spains main problem.

Gabriel Alomar lauca del senyor esteve theatre the Spanish Ambassador to Italy and Egypt from to the end of the Spanish Civil War, Gabriel Alomar had many occupations in his life, but throughout it he was constantly in demand as a writer of prologues.

Art Nouveau — Art Nouveau is an international style of art, architecture and applied art, especially the decorative arts, that was most popular between and A reaction to the art of the 19th century, it was inspired by natural forms and structures, particularly the curved lines of plants.