Torn Garden. Lorca and Love captures in word and image the reflections of Federico García Lorca on love, desire and sexuality, from his earliest pages, where he love as a distant or impossible ideal, until the end of his life, when desire intensifies into a force that undermine social barriers that threaten human freedom. Letters, drawings and poems situate love--with its wings and arrows--in the psychological and textual space of the garden, which for Lorca was a "sagrario de pasiones" and where one hears clearly the three voices that, according to him, "come together within the poet: the voice of death, with all its premonitions; the voice of love, and the voice of art.”
Curator: Christopher Maurer
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