Los Wembler’s de Iquitos. Vision del Ayahuasca. Carolina Amoruso

Con el permiso de Carolina Amorouso, y pasado un mes de su publicacion en RootsWorld, compartimos esta resena sobre los Wemblers que vuelven a sonar con Vision del Ayahuasca, recordandonos que desde sus inicios con Enrique Delgado y los Destellos, la Cumbia Paruana y la Chicha han sido sonidos de mas influencia global de lo que comunmente se acepta. Par Escuchar los sonidos favor ir … Continúa leyendo Los Wembler’s de Iquitos. Vision del Ayahuasca. Carolina Amoruso

Los Adioses. Carolina Amoruso

LOS ADIOSES By Carolina Amoruso | 26 April, 2018 I was predisposed to enjoy Los Adioses, Natalia Beristáin’s biopic about ‘mid-century modern’ Mexican feminist writer Rosario Castellanos. That the story of an influential intellectual was claiming territory in a genre crowded with froufrous about entertainers, sports heroes and dissipated fine artists was encouraging. But, alas, I found Beristáin’s treatment of her subject skewed, reducing this … Continúa leyendo Los Adioses. Carolina Amoruso

Tania Libertád Electrifies the Land of the Maya. Carolina Amoruso

Carolina Amoruso comparte esta nota sobre nuestra querida Tania Libertad, previamente publicado en Sounds and Colors  el 9 de Noviembre y reproducido aqui con el permiso de la autora. Gracias. Mexico has been a cultural dynamo, welcoming and nurturing artists from the Latin world and beyond, drawn to its ever-expanding and always-experimenting cultural sphere. The names are exhaustive: Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Tina Modotti, Chavela Vargas, … Continúa leyendo Tania Libertád Electrifies the Land of the Maya. Carolina Amoruso

Cuñao: A Brother From Another Continent*. Carolina Amoruso

Photo by Nguyén Nguyén Julio Montero came to New York from Ecuador when he was eight. His boyhood in the borough of Queens, perhaps the most culturally diverse nesting ground in the US if not the world, along with his earliest years in Ecuador and the steadfastness of his family in shoring up their bond to the world they’d left behind, have contributed to his … Continúa leyendo Cuñao: A Brother From Another Continent*. Carolina Amoruso

Rodrigo Moya – “Ojos Bien Abiertos”. Carolina Amoruso

Rodrigo Moya – “Ojos Bien Abiertos” Photographic works of elegance and grit Throckmorton Gallery to 2 March, 2013       I was drawn to the current exhibit of Rodrigo Moya’s photographs at the Throckmorton Gallery in Manhattan by a portrait of Che Guevara publicizing the show. Expecting to be nourished by a panorama of the moods and guises of a man we will never … Continúa leyendo Rodrigo Moya – “Ojos Bien Abiertos”. Carolina Amoruso