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 speaks of 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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